Teaching Speaking Online Using Digital Mind Mapping Software (Dmms) and Screen Recording Tool (Srt): A Practical Method
Keywords:DMMS; SRT; TBLT-based instruction; teaching speaking; online learning
Teaching English online during the pandemic calls for innovative technological and pedagogical approaches to shape a meaning-making learning practice. Based on Task-Based Language Teaching with Technology, this “how-to” article offers a practical method for integrating Digital Mind Mapping Software (DMMS) with Screen Recording Tools (SRTs) to enhance students’ online speaking practice. It provides a step-by-step guide for incorporating CALL technology and pedagogy to provide students with meaningful online speaking practice. First, it gives a brief overview of DMMS and SRTs and how they may help EFL teachers offer online speaking courses. Second, a pedagogical framework for integrating DMMS with SRTs is presented. Third, it includes guidance for developing a TBLT-based instruction for remotely teaching speaking utilizing the DMMS-SRT integrated strategy. Still, it covers three consecutive stages: pre-task, during-task, and post-task activities. In the end, we include a practical approach (an assessment rubric) to evaluating the students-created tasks (e.g., audio and video recordings). This article will contribute to the plethora of CALL pedagogies, TELT approaches, and digital language teacher professional development.
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