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BASIC LINUX

Student: Paolo Cedeo


For Computer Acquisition Language Learning
Hypertext
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Also known as hotlinks or hyperlinks.

Hypertext is usually key words which may be found underlined
or with a different color among textual item.

By clicking on it, it will take the reader to a different website
(on the same window or another), to a small separate screen or
a box that replaces the initial page, to show the referent
information which is attatched to it. Or simply at the end of
document ( footnotes and annotations)



Hypertext
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Hypertext
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Some useful tools and hypertexts special features:

To link text with explanations, test and answers (behavourist
model)

To facilitate learners and then evaluate the sequence of their
own learning (constructivist model)

To provide dictionary definion of a particular word.

To acces to relevant information shown as announcements or
extra information.

Hypermedia
Similar as hypertext, with the difference that hypertext
exclusively links to a text While hypermedia links to text
plus various media forms:

Sound

Images

Animation

Text may also be allowed, but with a special effect

Video

Hypermedia
Some useful tools and
hypermedias special features:

To link a words pronunciation.

To attach a video for more
information or a better
explanation.

To link to an animation to
exemplify the theory, motivate
students and encourage
learnerscuriosity.
Multimedia
Multimedia recompiles all the different media
types studied before: text, images, sound, video
and/or animations

It may sound similar to hypermedia. Two
differences are proposed :
Hypermedia makes use only of two
types of media.
With a pedagogical perspective and
purpose.
Hyper means non-linear or random
and media refers to information
represented in many formats EX:
Encarta Encyclopedia.
Multimedia
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Multimedia is commonly used for non-linear and
multiple information formats as is shown in the
picture.

Some useful tools to produce our own multimedia
resources:
Camtasia: for screencasting
Windows Movie Maker for video editing
Photoshop: for photo editing
Prezi: for presentation tools


Examples of use:
Video based teaching aids
Multimedia file synchronization
Web based video playbacks
Story telling
Image slider
Bibliography
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Ken Beaty, Teaching and Researching Computer
Assisted Language Learning , Second Edition
Student: Paolo Cedeo
For Computer Acquisition Language Learning