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«Item type text; Electronic Dissertation Authors Goertler, Senta Publisher The University of Arizona. Rights Copyright © is held by the author. ...»

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S2 ahhh Teacher Felipe, du musst raten S2 raten?

Teacher 'raten' bedeutet ''guess S1 Was Bild ist das?

Teacher *Ist es Bild eins?

Teacher Du bist dran S1 Okay, numero 1?

S2 ja S3 Ich bin dran S1 ist es Nummer eins?

Teacher Na?

S2 Ja, okay, nummer eins! Und fur mich, die Zeitung ist auf dem Schrank.

S1 Das Uhr is halb vor elf Teacher Die Uhr zeigt halb elf S1 der sofa ist neben dem schrank Teacher das Sofa S1 Hallo!

Teacher Hallo S1 Tschüss Teacher Tschüss!

S2 Tschüß Teacher Schönen Abend noch!

S3 Tschüss~!

Max Das Vyedanya Teacher Bis Mittwoch!

S4 Sayonara S1 Ich hatte viele CDs- ein Kriminal stahl alles!

Teacher Was ist das Krimanl Stahl? Kenne ich nicht.

S1 stahl=stehlen, ja?

Teacher Oh du meinst du lädst dir alles vom Internet runter?

S1 Malst oder zeichnest du?

S1 Ich kann nicht.

S2 Nein, ich habe null Talent S2 und du?

Teacher Ich auch nicht.

S1 Was ist dein libelingsradio?

S1 Lieblingsband, vielleicht?

Teacher Die meisten sind nun schon fertig, dann gehen wir weiter. Okay, dann machen wir nun mal die Situation 16 – S1 Ich wurde FAHRENHEIT 9/11 sehen.

S1 gesehen.

S2 nein. Ich will das nicht sehen.

S1 warum?

S2 Ich hasse Micheal Moore.

S1 Wir konnen sehen nach Ausburg.

S2 "bowling for columbine" war sehr schlecht.

Teacher ODer vielleicht die Frauen von Stepford?

S1 Ich habe nicht sehen aber ich wunchen.

S1 Die Frauen von Stepford ist nicht so gut.

Procedural Overview

Before class:

• pick a chat activity from the Manual (they are organized by Kontakte grammar sections)

• either make photocopies for the students or use the D2L web site

Before chatting:

• explain the activity

• explain any unfamiliar words if necessary

• assign groups/pairs (students who did not give consent to participate in the study should be grouped together)

• log into the computers using your class account

• log into the chat client (see guidelines for Instructors)

• have students log into the chat (see guidelines for Students)

During chatting:

• have the students chat

• you can interact with the students whichever way you prefer including just observing

• see the Participation Ideas sheet for examples from other classes on different ways you can interact with the students during chatting

• pull up the analysis and question console at the end of chatting

• have students log out (see guidelines for students)

• print the analysis and question console (to be dropped of in my mailbox)

• log out of the chat (see guidelines for instructors)

After chatting:

• have students fill out the Self Report form on D2L

• fill out the Self Report form on D2L

–  –  –

Procedures:

• go to www.d2l.arizona.edu

• go to the box entitled NetID Login in the top left

• click onto UA NetID Login

• put in your NetId and password just like you would for webmail

• in the middle of the page is a box with all of the courses

• click on the cross next to Fall 2005

• click on the cross next to German Studies

• click on the course entitled “Ger201 Main Site for FA 05 001 002 003 Goertler”

• at the end click on the Logout button on top of the blue bar

Navigation Bar:

• under the thick blue bar on top is your navigation bar

• the navigation bar includes the following

• Course Home

• Content (this is were the Activities and the Surveys are posted)

• Discussion (here you can leave feedback and ask questions about the technology and the activities – all 201 students and instructors + myself have access)

• Dropbox (here you and the students can submit the survey as a word document)

• Survey (this is where you retrieve the Self Report Form at the end of each chat session) Retrieving Activities

• click on content

• click on the appropriate activity and you are good to go Retrieving Survey

• click on content

• click on the Background Information Survey

• open word

• select all text and copy it into workd

• save it under your screenname in the class folder

• fill out the survey – highlight instead of circle

• save the survey again and close the document Submitting Survey

• click on the dropbox

• click on the available folder

• click on browse

• find your survey on the desktop

–  –  –

Completing the Self-Report Form

• click on survey

• click on Self Report Form

• fill out the form

• save

• submit

• click ok

Chat Client – Troubleshooting:

Pre-Chat Requirements and Warnings:

1. Students cannot log-off their computers (soft or hard boot) without closing down their clients. This means they must click on File = Quit, or the fifth button from left, or the [X] box in the upper right.





* If they do not log-off first they will crash the server, thereby stopping all research files from being created.*

2. The server must be started on the teacher station before students can connect and begin chatting to each other. To do this: log into the computer using your username and password, find the ChatServer file on the desktop, and double-click it. Double-click only once or you may start the server twice and cause problems.

3. Remind students to double click on the Chat Client icon only once. Repeated clicking will lead to multiple clients being opened and the eventual slowing down and halting of the computer. Patience is needed after they initially start the client.

The title image will display and the program will begin.

Common Problems and Questions:

• My students are connecting, but I am not seeing them on the server.

Chances are that you may have started the server more than once. Look down at the taskbar and click through the applications you have open. If you see two copies of the server then it is best to close both of them and start the server again. If your students are already connected and chatting on one of the running servers, then it is alright to leave it running and close the second server.

• It is taking a long time to move between channels on the server.

This means that one of the connections between a client and the server has crashed. It will continue to propagate until the server is shut down. Nonetheless, chat can continue and students should be able to finish up the class without problems. (If they do experience problems, see one of the latter situations.) An unfortunate problem with this is that you will be forced to do an ‘end task’ on the server to stop it. This will stop all research files from being created.

In the future it is helpful to monitor the server during chat and if it slows down, immediately go to File and Quit. If the server is ultimately shut down, research files will be created. Unfortunately this will disconnect all students who are currently talking.

Once the server has been restarted they can reconnect exactly like they did in the beginning (typing in their name and choosing a channel) and continue talking.

• A student’s connected client has stopped and no typed messages will go out.

At this point the student must disconnect from their channel. This can be done with either the second button from the left or File = Close Connection. The next action depends on how many people this is occurring to.

1. Only one student is having this problem.

The student can reconnect by clicking on the first button or File = New Connection and choose the channel they had previously. It is highly recommended that the student change their name to something other than the ‘exact’ name they had previously. Anything similar is perfectly fine.

As long as the student has not closed their client, only one transcript file will be created. It will contain their previous chat, disconnection, reconnection, and the new discussion.

2. Everyone within a single channel is having this problem.

In this case it is an entire channel that is having problems. Therefore all of the students must move into the next available channel. Each student, once disconnected, can reconnect again with their same name and the new channel. As long as the student has not closed their client, only one transcript file will be created. It will contain their previous chat, disconnection, reconnection, and the new discussion.

3. People in different channels are having this problem.

If this occurs then chances are that a crash has occurred and is affecting the server and therefore multiple connections. Attempt to have the students disconnect and reconnect again to their channels. If the problem persists then the Server must be shut-down and restarted. Understand that even though the server must be restarted, the Clients do not have to be.

Once the server has been restarted they can reconnect exactly like they did in the beginning (typing in their name and choosing a channel) and continue talking.

Warning Messages:

Chat Client

- Empty Field The student is currently being prompted to enter information about their name and number and have left one or more of the open fields empty. An open field is white and not shaded. Text must be entered into it to satisfy the requirements.

- Socket Could Not Be Opened This message will appear if a student is trying to connect when the server has not been started yet. If the server is running but the student still obtains this message, then something is wrong with their IP Address setting. Contact a COHIC technical assistant for support in this matter.

Documentation for Chat Client Step 1: Locate and open the Chat Client folder from the desktop.

Step 2: Locate and open the Chat Client icon.

Step 3: Select the appropriate language.

Step 4: Click the “New Connection” button.

Step 5: Enter a screen name and number. Your name is up to you, but your number will be assigned to you the first day you use chat. If you have not been assigned, type ‘test’.

Step 6: Choose your Channel. Your instructor will assign this to you each class period.

–  –  –

B) Icons: These buttons are shortcuts for ( from left to right ):

“New Connection”, “Close Connection”, “Save”, “Print” and “Quit.”

C) Channel Indicator: Displays the name of the channel you are currently in.

D) Text entry box: This is where you type your message.

E) Transcript window: All messages sent to the channel are displayed here.

F) Name List Window: Displays the names of everyone in that particular channel.

–  –  –

Documentation Chat Server It is important that the Chat Server is launched and running before anyone attempts to log into the Chat Client program. If students try to log into the Chat Client before the Chat Server is launched, they will receive a “socket error”. Once the server is running, they will be able to log in.

Step 1: Locate the Chat Server shortcut icon.

Step 2: Open Chat Server.

Step 3: Enter a name.

Step 4: Select the appropriate language.

Step 5a: The program will be fairly empty at first because no one has logged in.

–  –  –

E) Transcript window. All messages sent to the channel are displayed here.

F) Name List Window.

Displays the names of everyone in that particular channel. By right-clicking one of the student names, a menu (at right) appears with the following

options:

–  –  –

Dear Student Thank you so much for agreeing to participate in my dissertation study. This manual is intended to make things easier for you. Should you have any other questions or concerns during the course of the study, please, let me know. Your feedback is very valuable to me. You can reach me at SentaG@u.arizona.edu.

Here is a quick overview of the materials that will be used for research:

• placement exam

• background information survey

• chat transcripts

• exit exam (different from final)

• self report forms

This manual includes:

• Procedural Overview

• Student Instructions for COH Chat Client

• Navigation Instructions for D2L 201 Main Site I am wishing you a great semester and lots of fun with the activities.

Thank you, Senta Procedural Overview

Before class:

• bring your screenname and this manual to class (at least in the beginning)

• my screenname is___________________________

Before chatting:

• your teacher will explain the activity which she will either hand to you or have you retrieve from D2l

• your teacher will explain any unfamiliar words if necessary

• your teacher will assign you in groups/pairs (students who did not give consent to participate in the study will be grouped together)

• log into the computers using your class account

• wait until the instructor has logged into the chat client

• log into the chat (see guidelines for Students)

• follow the log out procedures as described in the Student guidelines

After chatting:

• fill out the Self Report form on D2L

–  –  –

Procedures:

• go to www.d2l.arizona.edu

• go to the box entitled NetID Login in the top left

• click onto UA NetID Login

• put in your NetId and password just like you would for webmail

• in the middle of the page is a box with all of the courses

• click on the cross next to Fall 2005

• click on the cross next to German Studies



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