Moodle 1.9: Creating Stories using Twitter and Facebook

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In this article by Silvina P. Hillar, author of Moodle 1.9: The English Teacher's Cookbook, we are going to add social networks to Moodle using Web 2.0 as a resource. We are going to incorporate Twitter and Facebook, due to the fact that these social networks are popular all over the world. We are including them in our course to incorporate the students' routines in their homework to enhance and interest their work. We are going to create different activities in them. After the activities have been created, students have to gather information in different ways and create stories. In this article, we will cover the following topics:

  • Debating about a topic
  • Cause and effect diagram, Fishbone fact or Ishikawa diagram
  • Positive and negative points list
  • Play the reporter
  • Writing a story guessing facts
  • Writing a very short play using text messages
  • Chain composition
  • How to summarize information
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It is very important to highlight that there exist some education privacy issues in different countries, which teachers have to be aware of before advising students to sign up for social networking. For instance, Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) protects students' rights and privacy. For more information, enter the following website: http://www2.ed.gov/policy/gen/guid/fpco/ferpa/index.html.

Introduction

In this article, you will learn how to use Web 2.0 to help students interact amongst themselves in the virtual classroom using Twitter and Facebook. In addition, the students will also learn to perform difficult tasks in Moodle 1.9.5. We are going to use Twitter when we need keywords, few facts, and short statements. We are going to use Facebook to get more data, longer sentences, a short paragraph, some pictures, and so on.

You will also be able to design several types of Exercises after adding social material to the Moodle course. We are going to include two popular social networks. We are going to incorporate these networks into the Moodle course and we are also going to include different types of methodologies. This is done so that our students have several options to gather ideas for their pieces of writing. We are going to use Facebook and Twitter as resources from Web 2.0. Afterwards, we are also going to design the activities in Wikis and Forums. This allows the students to interact amongst themselves within the Moodle course.

In this virtual classroom, we are going to enrich the use of several well-known techniques using popular resources. Instead of sitting around a round table, we are going to ask our students to debate their ideas through Twitter as you will see in the first recipe. We are also going to incorporate management theories into education—for example, Fishbone fact fish or Ishikawa diagram, which is mainly used in business administration. We are going to teach it to our students so that they can create excellent pieces of writing, taking into account cause and effect.

We are going to deal with many topics, which may lead to discussion. Therefore, students can start writing argumentative essays without even realizing it. The most important detail is that we hand them the right tools to work with. In that way, they will be using keywords or phrases, which they will gather from Twitter or Facebook and they will create excellent pieces of writing. Let's Moodle it!

Debating a topic

In this task, we are going to use a methodology that we have already used many times in a debate, though it will be used virtually using resources from Web 2.0. In this recipe, we are going to use Twitter because what we need are simple statements. We are going to ask our students to debate on the following topic: what similarities or differences do they find between The Lord of the Rings, and Chronicles of Narnia. We are going to create a link to a website, which illustrates some differences and similarities. Afterwards, we are to use Twitter, and finally they are going to write their opinion in a Journal in Moodle. So, let's get started!

Getting ready

We can create an account in Twitter using the name of the subject, activity, or just our name, but let's use the account only to carry out the activities in the Moodle course. Therefore, students can follow the activities and nobody should change the course of the activity. They only have to focus on the activity.

How to do it...

Enter the Twitter webpage—http://twitter.com—create an account or use the one you have, it's your choice. If you want to create an account, click on Sign up now and complete the required information. Afterwards, you are going to write on what students are going to debate on as shown in the next screenshot:

Moodle 1.9: Creating Stories using Twitter and Facebook

  1. Click on Home.
  2. Complete the What's happening? block, as shown in the previous screenshot.
  3. Click on Update.

The debate activity in Twitter is ready to work with!

How it works...

We are going to choose the Weekly outline section where we want to add the activity in the Moodle course. Afterwards, we are going to create the rest of the activity in a Journal. Follow these steps:

  1. Complete the Journal name block: Debating using Twitter.
  2. Complete the Journal question block by writing the instructions that students have to follow in order to carry out the activity, as shown in the screenshot that follows.
  3. You will create a link to the Twitter account webpage, where the students are going to debate.
  4. Change Days available to 2 weeks, due to the fact that they are debating and it may take more than seven days, as shown in the next screenshot:

  5. Later, click on Save and return to course.

There's more...

Instead of creating a link to the Twitter website, we can include a Twitter button in our Moodle course.

Inserting a Twitter button in Moodle

It is very simple. In order to add a Twitter button, you have to follow these steps:

  1. Go to the website: http://twitterbuttons.org/.
  2. Complete the block with your ID, as shown in the next screenshot:

    Moodle 1.9: Creating Stories using Twitter and Facebook

  3. Enter your ID and click on GO, as shown in the next screenshot:

    Moodle 1.9: Creating Stories using Twitter and Facebook

  4. Select the Twitter button that you like most and click on Select Code, as shown in the next screenshot:

    Moodle 1.9: Creating Stories using Twitter and Facebook

  5. If the chosen button is the one on the right-hand side, then right-click and select Copy in the context menu that appears.
  6. Go to the Moodle course.
  7. Update the Journal activity, and click on the Toggle HTML Source icon, (which looks like this: <>).
  8. Paste that code.
  9. The button will appear as shown in the next screenshot:

    Moodle 1.9: Creating Stories using Twitter and Facebook

Inserting a Twitter button in the HTML block in the Moodle course

You can also insert the Twitter button in the HTML block in the Moodle course, following the previous steps instead of inserting it in the activity. The difference is that students can see the Twitter button in the Moodle course, as shown in the next screenshot:

Moodle 1.9: Creating Stories using Twitter and Facebook

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Cause-and-effect diagram, Fishbone, or Ishikawa diagram technique

In this recipe, you are going to teach your students how to design a cause and effect diagram. This diagram was created by Kaoru Ishikawa. Students can learn more about this diagram at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ishikawa_diagram. He pioneered quality management processes and he became an important person in modern management. He worked for Kawasaki shipyards. The shape of this diagram resembles the skeleton of a fish, hence the name "fishbone diagram".

This diagram explores the causes that have a single effect. There are four causes to be explored, which have details to be added. To create this diagram, you have to bear in mind some simple steps such as set a topic, identify the most important causes, and add appropriate details to them. Don't panic! It's easy. Let's Moodle it!

Getting ready

As I have already mentioned, we are going to design a fishbone diagram. We can design it using several options. You are going to select the most suitable one. There is open source and free source software to create this diagram, as well as commercial. Let's explore our choices.

How to do it...

First of all, we are going to create our fishbone diagram. The idea is that the students should complete the diagram using Facebook. Afterwards, they are going to write an essay, which is the most appropriate type of writing for this technique. The topic of the diagram is going to be the essay title; the four causes are going to be the opening topic sentences of each paragraph in the essay, and the effects are going to be the detailed sentences in each paragraph of this essay.

In this case, we are going to design an unfinished fishbone diagram using Edraw (http://www.edrawsoft.com). Then we are going to upload it to our Moodle course. So follow these steps:

  1. Open Edraw and select the Cause and Effect (Fishbone) diagram, as shown in the next screenshot:

  2. Click on New and design the fishbone diagram using the shapes on the left-hand side, as shown in the next screenshot:

    Moodle 1.9: Creating Stories using Twitter and Facebook

  3. Draw the fishbone diagram and complete parts of it, as shown in the next screenshot:

  4. Click on Save to save this file.

How it works...

After creating the first half of the fishbone diagram, we are going to create the activity in Moodle. Before that, as we are going to use Facebook, we will either open an account for this activity or use an existing one. The website is http://www.facebook.com. Then we are going to enter the Weekly outline section where we want to add the activity. Later, you have to follow these steps:

  1. Click on Add an activity and select Quiz.
  2. Complete the Name block.
  3. Complete the Introduction block.
  4. Click on Save and display.
  5. Click on the drop-down box in Create a new question and select Essay.
  6. Complete the Question name.
  7. Complete the Question text.
  8. Click on the insert image icon. Complete it as shown in the next screenshot:

  9. Click on OK.
  10. Create a link to the Facebook web page, as shown in the next screenshot:

    Moodle 1.9: Creating Stories using Twitter and Facebook

  11. Complete the Insert Link block, as shown in the previous screenshot.
  12. Then click on OK.
  13. Afterwards, we will link to another website where students are going to complete the fishbone diagram, as shown in the next screenshot:

    Moodle 1.9: Creating Stories using Twitter and Facebook

  14. Complete the Insert Link block, as shown in the previous screenshot.
  15. Then click on OK.
  16. Click on Save changes.
  17. Check the activity and click on Add to quiz.
  18. Click on Go and then click on Save changes.
  19. Go back to the course.

Wow! The activity is ready to work with. Try it out!

There's more...

Instead of creating a link to Facebook, we can include a Facebook button in our Moodle course.

Inserting a Facebook button in our Moodle course

It is very simple. In order to add a Facebook button, you have to follow these steps:

  1. Go to the following website: http://www.socialmediabuttons.com/facebook-buttons.html.
  2. Complete the block with your ID, as shown in the next screenshot:

    Moodle 1.9: Creating Stories using Twitter and Facebook

  3. Enter your ID and click on GO.
  4. Select the Facebook button that you like most and click on Select Code, as shown in the following screenshot:

    Moodle 1.9: Creating Stories using Twitter and Facebook

  5. If the select button is the one on the left-hand side, then right-click and select Copy in the context menu that appears.
  6. Go to the Moodle course.
  7. Update the Essay and click on the Toggle HTML Source icon (which looks like this: <>).
  8. Paste the code.
  9. The button will appear as shown in the following screenshot:

Positive and negative points list

In this recipe, we are going to create a positive and negative points list. We are going to create a link to the official website of Alnwick Castle, which is in England. This castle can be rented for a wedding or a special celebration with friends. Through Twitter, students can give either positive or negative feedback about renting the castle for their graduation party. Wouldn't that be awesome? Let's Moodle it!

Getting ready

We are going to create an activity in which all the students can give their opinion about this idea. We are going to use the same Twitter account that we already created for the previous activity. Afterwards, students are going to write a composition using either the positive list or the negative one. They are going to use only one list because they are going to write a story depending on what happened in their graduation party. This story can either be positive or negative. Another option is to write an essay about the advantages and disadvantages of planning a graduation party in a castle. I'm going to propose the first one so that they learn how to write stories using different techniques.

How to do it...

Let's propose the activity to our students in Twitter. Therefore we are going to enter the Twitter account we have previously created. We are going to add the title of the Exercise by completing the What's happening? block, as shown in the next screenshot:

Moodle 1.9: Creating Stories using Twitter and Facebook

How it works...

We are going to enter into the Weekly outline section in our Moodle course where we want to add the activity. If you want your students to write in support of or against an article, you can design the activity in an Essay. But, if you want your students to invent a story using either the positive or the negative points, then you can use Online text. You have to follow these steps:

  1. Select Add an activity and click on Online text within Assignments.
  2. Complete the Assignment name block.
  3. Complete the Description block. In this block, link to Twitter, as shown in the next screenshot:

  4. Complete the Insert Link block, as shown in the previous screenshot.
  5. Click on Save and return to course.

The activity is ready to work with.

There's more...

Instead of creating a link to Twitter website, we can include a Twitter button in our Moodle course.

Inserting a Twitter button in Moodle

It is very simple. In order to add a Twitter button, you have to follow these steps:

  1. Go to the following website: http://twitterbuttons.sociableblog.com/. You have to follow the instructions given on the web page.
  2. Complete the block with your ID, as shown in the next screenshot:

    Moodle 1.9: Creating Stories using Twitter and Facebook

  3. Enter your ID and click on GO, as shown in the previous screenshot.
  4. Choose the Twitter button that you like best and click on Highlight Code.
  5. Right-click and select Copy in the context menu that appears.
  6. Go to the Moodle course.
  7. Update the Assignment and click on the Toggle HTML Source icon, (which looks like this: <>).
  8. Paste this code.
  9. The icon will appear as shown in the next screenshot:

    Moodle 1.9: Creating Stories using Twitter and Facebook

Moodle 1.9: The English Teacher's Cookbook 80 simple but incredibly effective recipes for teaching reading comprehension, writing, and composing using Moodle 1.9
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Play the reporter

In this recipe, we will be designing three different activities in order to help our students to write a story. First of all, they are to use Twitter to interact amongst themselves about a crime (either a felony or a misdemeanor) that has occurred lately. Then, we are going to create a Database in Moodle so that they can answer the five "wh" questions. The last activity is the piece of writing that they'll have to carry out while uploading a file.

Getting ready

We are going to create a discussion in Twitter about a crime that has occurred lately. It would be great to have the latest piece of news. So, I am going to design the activity with the latest news in my neighborhood that: 'The Brown family is missing'. A complete family has been missing for more than 20 days. Nobody knows where they are. Shall we design the activity? Let's Moodle it!

How to do it...

You are going to enter Twitter (remember that you can use the account for the Moodle course), and you are going to complete the What's happening? block, as shown in the next screenshot:

Moodle 1.9: Creating Stories using Twitter and Facebook

Click on Update and the activity is introduced in Twitter.

How it works...

You are going to enter the Weekly outline section where you want to insert the activity in Moodle. Afterwards, you are going to create a Database. We have to bear in mind that Database cannot be marked or assessed with information stored in the grade book. You have to follow these steps:

  1. Click on Add an activity and select Database.
  2. Complete the Name block.
  3. Complete the Introduction block. You are going to link to the Twitter website, as shown in the next screenshot:

    Moodle 1.9: Creating Stories using Twitter and Facebook

  4. Complete the Insert Link block as shown in the previous screenshot.
  5. Click on Save and display.
  6. In Create a new field, click on the drop-down box and select Text.
  7. You are going to complete the Field name block with a question, as shown in the next screenshot:

    Moodle 1.9: Creating Stories using Twitter and Facebook

  8. Click on Add.
  9. Repeat the process five times. The final result is shown in the next screenshot:

  10. Click on Save.
  11. Go back to the course. The activity is ready to work with.

There's more...

This is where the writing activity is going to be designed. We guided the writing of our students using questions in a different and interactive way.

Creating a writing activity using the answers in the Database

Students have discussed amongst themselves about a crime. After the discussion, they have answered the questions about what they think might have happened. Now, it is time for them to write the story. Let's carry out the activity by following these steps:

  1. Click on Add an activity and select Upload a single file within Assignments.
  2. Complete the Assignment name block.
  3. Complete the Description block, as shown in the next screenshot:

    Moodle 1.9: Creating Stories using Twitter and Facebook

  4. Click on Save and return to course.

Tweeting in an easier way

You can show your students how to install TweetDeck. It is a free and popular application, which allows tweeting in an easier way. You can download this application from http://www.tweetdeck.com/, as shown in the next screenshot:

Moodle 1.9: Creating Stories using Twitter and Facebook

You have to click on Download and follow the steps. You can tweet as shown in the background of the previous screenshot. Tiny automatic URLs are also available in this application. You can also use it in your iPhone, iPad, or iPod. Another great advantage is that when you click on a picture, you can tweet again, reply, or send a direct message to a person easily. This can be done by clicking on the desired option in Keyboard shortcuts as shown in the previous screenshot.

Writing a story guessing facts

In this recipe, we are going to take advantage of the public albums in Facebook! We are going to ask our students to select one of their contacts from this social network. Afterwards, the students will go through the photo album that they have created and write a story based on it. They may also include the pictures that belong to their friends who already know the real story. In this case, we are not going to guide our students in order to write a story, but we will provide hints on how to be creative enough so as to write a good one.

Getting ready

We are going to design this activity in Facebook and in Moodle. I have selected Facebook, as the photo album is included in it. In addition, comments are also added to the pictures. These comments provide hints on the story to be written. One writing technique, which is useful in case you are out of ideas, is to refer to a book or a newspaper. Select one word and you can think of something related to this word. You can use this to add to your story. In the same way, our students can take ideas from the comments added to the pictures if they run out their own.

How to do it...

You are going to enter the Facebook website and you are going to complete the Live Feed block, as shown in the following screenshot:

Moodle 1.9: Creating Stories using Twitter and Facebook

Then, you are going to click on Share. The activity is ready in Facebook. Let's Moodle it!

How it works...

We are going to design the activity in Wiki so that if the students are in the photos, they can write a collective story. So, you are going to enter the Weekly outline section where you want to add the activity. You are going to follow these steps:

  1. Click on Add an activity and select Wiki.
  2. Complete the Name block.
  3. Complete the Summary block and link to the Facebook website.
  4. Click on Save and return to course.

The activity is ready for your students to work with.

Writing a very short play using text messages

We are going to carry out this activity through Facebook. We are going to create a group where students can interact amongst themselves and upload some pictures. Later, with all the information that they have obtained, they are going to write a play. We are going to design the activity in Moodle in Advanced uploading of files. The idea is that they create different types of writing. That is the reason why a play is also included in the recipes. Let's get ready!

Getting ready

We are going to enter the Facebook website and we are going to create a group. We are going to design a group activity so as to encourage our students to work with it. We are also going to impose some restrictions on the group. We are not going to make this group activity a public one but just for the members of our Moodle course.

How to do it...

Before creating the activity in Moodle, we have to create the activity group in Facebook. So, we are going to enter Facebook and follow these steps:

  1. Click on the Group icon, the one with two persons, as shown in the next screenshot:

    Moodle 1.9: Creating Stories using Twitter and Facebook

  2. Click on Create a New Group.
  3. You are going to complete Step1: Group Info, as shown in the next screenshot:

    Moodle 1.9: Creating Stories using Twitter and Facebook

  4. After completing all the information, click on Create Group.
  5. Complete Step 2: Customize, as shown in the next screenshot:

    Moodle 1.9: Creating Stories using Twitter and Facebook

  6. Click on Save.
  7. Invite your students to join the group that has just been created. They can only interact if you invite them because this group is closed, as shown in the previous screenshot.

How it works...

Select the Weekly outline section where you want to carry out the activity in the Moodle course. You are going to design this activity in Advanced uploading of files. It is a good option to carry out this kind of activity because students can write the play offline and then upload it to the Moodle course. Follow these steps:

  1. Click on Add an activity and select Advanced uploading of files within Assignments.
  2. Complete the Assignment name block.
  3. Complete the Description block and create a link to the Facebook website as shown in the next screenshot:

  4. Complete the Insert Link block, as shown in the previous screenshot, and click on OK.
  5. Click on Save and return to course.

The activity is ready for your students to write!

Chain composition

In this recipe, I have adapted chain writing. In the old fashioned way, students were given a topic, a piece of paper, and a pen. They had to write a sentence and after a period of time (say, one to three minutes), they had to pass the paper to their classmates so that they could finish the composition. Now we are going to update this technique using Facebook as the piece of paper and the keyboard as the pen. We are also going to add a special ingredient to this recipe—the time will be one week. Let's get ready to work!

Getting ready

First of all, we are going to design the activity in Facebook. Afterwards, we are going to carry out the activity in Moodle. Students are to write their composition in a Forum so that everyone can use all the ideas in Facebook and write their own version of the composition in a Forum. They can also gather ideas from other students, but they cannot copy those ideas. We will know who wrote first because of the date of the post. Let's Moodle it!

How to do it...

We are going to go to Facebook and design the activity there. We will choose a topic so that students can write on that topic. We can create a group as we have done in one of the previous recipes, or we can just write the topic in the What's on your mind? block. In this case, the topic of the composition is My house is a plane.

How it works...

The activity is already presented to our students in Facebook, now we have to present the activity in our Moodle course. So, you are going to enter the Weekly outline section where you want to design the activity and these are the steps that you need to follow:

  1. Click on Add an activity and select Forum.
  2. Complete the Forum Name block.
  3. Complete the Forum introduction block.
  4. Create a link to the Facebook website where students can interact with their classmates and gather the data for the composition, as shown in the next screenshot:

  5. Complete the Insert Link block, as shown in the previous screenshot, and click on OK.
  6. Click on Save and return to course.

Students can work with this activity, and they can also upload a file with their writing.

How to summarize information

In this recipe, I suggest that we keep the writing short and simple. This is the reason that we are going to use Twitter. We are going to ask our students to write about how they feel during a certain period of the year—for example, we may choose the end of the year, a national holiday, or a special event in their lives. After students tweet about a certain topic, they are going to complete a Journal and complete a small piece of writing.

Getting ready

We are going to enter the Twitter web page and design the first part of the activity there. It is going to be very simple. We will select a topic attractive to teenagers.

How to do it...

Enter Twitter (remember that you can use the account for the Moodle course) and complete the What's happening? block after selecting the topic that we are going to tweet to our students. In this case, we are going to deal with the topic of how they will be spending their next holidays.

Now enter http://tinyurl.com/ where we can shorten the URL due to text length limitations in Twitter, as shown in the next screenshot. So, we can choose a destination for the students' holiday, search for a website, copy the URL, and paste it in Enter a long URL to make tiny. Click on Make Tiny URL!. Afterwards, you paste that tiny URL in Twitter.

To track all the tweets related to a certain topic use # tags—for example, # vacations. In this case, you are going to have all the tweets that contain the word vacation, that is to say when you add the tweet and click on this word, you have all the tweets related to this topic.

How it works...

We are going to select the Weekly outline section where we want to add the activity in the Moodle course. Afterwards, we are going to create the rest of the activity in a Journal, (you can also carry out the activity in Online text within Assignments). Follow these steps:

  1. Complete the Journal name block.
  2. Complete the Journal question block.
  3. You are going to create a link to the Twitter account web page.
  4. Later, click on Save and return to course.

Summary

This article covered how to embed both social networks, Twitter and Facebook, in our Moodle course, and develop writing activities exploiting the resources of both of them. Apart from that we also used management technique and uploaded it into the social network.


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About the Author :


Silvina P. Hillar

Silvina P. Hillar is an Italian, who has been teaching English since 1993. She has always had a great interest in teaching writing and composing techniques, and has done a lot of research on this subject. She has been investigating and using mind mapping for more than ten years in order to embed it into teaching.

She is an English teacher, a certified legal translator (English/Spanish) and has a post graduate degree in Education (in which she graduated with honors).

Silvina has been working in several schools and institutes with native English speaking students and as an independent consultant for many international companies as an interpreter, translator, and VLE (Virtual Learning Environment) course designer.

She has always had a passion for technological devices concerning education. Former videos and cassettes were a must in her teaching lessons, and the computer was and still is present. Her brother Gastón C. Hillar designed some programs and games for her teaching. Lately, she has been teaching using Moodle and the Web 2.0. She believes that one of the most amazing challenges in education is bridging the gap between classic education and modern technologies.

She has been doing a lot of research on multimedia assets which enhance the teaching and learning through VLE platforms. She tries to embed the learning of students through new resources which are appealing and innovative for them. Thus, multimedia stimulates cognitive as well as creative abilities.

Silvina has also authored three books at Packt Publishing, which are Moodle 1.9: The English Teacher’s Cookbook, Moodle 2 Multimedia Cookbook, and MindMapping with FreeMind.

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