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Internet-Based Language Learning: Pedagogies and Technologies By Jeong-Bae Son
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The APACALL Book Series covers a wide range of issues in computer-assisted language learning (CALL) and offers opportunities for CALL researchers and practitioners to engage in research and... More > discussion on their areas of interest. This book provides an up-to-date view of the field of CALL for applied linguists, researchers, language teachers and teacher trainers. It explores various aspects of Internet-based language learning (IBLL) and presents the findings of recent work in IBLL that are of direct relevance to second/foreign language learning and teaching. In particular, it looks into Web-based language learning, course management systems, digital storytelling, online dictation exercises, Web authoring projects, Web-based portfolios and blogging. Chapter authors include Antonie Alm, Wai Meng Chan, Ing Ru Chen, Penelope Coutas, Michael J. Crawford, Iain Davey, Brian Gregory Dunne, Debra Hoven and Jeong-Bae Son.< Less
Internet-Based Language Learning: Pedagogies and Technologies By Jeong-Bae Son
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The APACALL Book Series covers a wide range of issues in computer-assisted language learning (CALL) and offers opportunities for CALL researchers and practitioners to engage in research and... More > discussion on their areas of interest. This book provides an up-to-date view of the field of CALL for applied linguists, researchers, language teachers and teacher trainers. It explores various aspects of Internet-based language learning (IBLL) and presents the findings of recent work in IBLL that are of direct relevance to second/foreign language learning and teaching. In particular, it looks into Web-based language learning, course management systems, digital storytelling, online dictation exercises, Web authoring projects, Web-based portfolios and blogging. Chapter authors include Antonie Alm, Wai Meng Chan, Ing Ru Chen, Penelope Coutas, Michael J. Crawford, Iain Davey, Brian Gregory Dunne, Debra Hoven and Jeong-Bae Son.< Less
Fluency in Play: Computer Game Design for Less Commonly Taught Language Pedagogy By Judd Ethan Ruggill, Ken S. McAllister
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Fluency in Play is a guide for educators working with less commonly taught languages in English-speaking countries who are interested in learning how to design their own computer games for classroom... More > use.< Less
A Scoping Study into Perceptions of Phonological Pedagogy in Rural Ghana By Christopher John Counihan
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Ghana’s education system is in a state of transition. Since the introduction of the Free and Compulsory Universal Basic Education (FCUBE) initiative in 1995, the country has struggled to meet... More > with the demands of providing accessible schooling for children at any level. Moreover, with the underdevelopment of early year’s and primary provision, more children face slipping through the net. The battle to get children into schools and keep them there is proving to be problematic across the country. As a result, children are losing out on vital core learning experiences, particularly literacy. English is the medium of instruction in Ghana and is taught in schools from the primary level. However, with a blend of English and mother tongue instruction, children are finding it significantly harder to grasp the basic skills. As a result, support from NGOs and teaching professionals have sought to find practical solutions through vis à vis and reciprocal partnerships.< Less
A Scoping Study into Perceptions of Phonological Pedagogy in Rural Ghana By Christopher John Counihan
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Ghana’s education system is in a state of transition. Since the introduction of the Free and Compulsory Universal Basic Education (FCUBE) initiative in 1995, the country has struggled to meet... More > with the demands of providing accessible schooling for children at any level. Moreover, with the underdevelopment of early year’s and primary provision, more children face slipping through the net. The battle to get children into schools and keep them there is proving to be problematic across the country. As a result, children are losing out on vital core learning experiences, particularly literacy. English is the medium of instruction in Ghana and is taught in schools from the primary level. However, with a blend of English and mother tongue instruction, children are finding it significantly harder to grasp the basic skills. As a result, support from NGOs and teaching professionals have sought to find practical solutions through vis à vis and reciprocal partnerships.< Less
Pedagogies of Peace Education as a Content-Based Subject Among Second Language Learners in Nagasaki, Japan By Dr. Tim Allan
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This is a doctoral dissertation focusing on the theory informing and the practice of Peace Education. It offers insights into conceptions of Peace Education, how it is being taught and gives... More > recommendations for teaching it.< Less
Glue Language 2.0 By Jenwei Kuo
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Glue Language is as critically important as the textbook for teaching a second language. The elements in Glue Language (“glue drops”) are the supportive filler words, phrases, and... More > sentences required to “glue” the main teaching topics together in target language during a textbook lesson. These glue drops are essential in an immersion class, exposing students to vital words, phrases, and sentences far before they are addressed in a textbook. Glue Language thus supplies the “missing link” in second language learning and teaching. Additionally, the students are also enabled to assume the teacher’s role in teaching the Glue Language. Moreover, the scope of Student-Centered Learning may further be extended into textbook learning. Thus, Glue Language is the enabling tool for creating an immersion environment and for developing a winning Student-Centered immersion curriculum.< Less
CLIL Content and Language Integrated Learning By Carina M. Grisolía
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I personally believe that an approach as CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning) attempts to incorporate new teaching perspectives as a way of responding to the 21st century school claims for... More > renewed pedagogy to new educational environments in and for a globalized information society. Thus, from my point of view, this perspective is intended to help the learners and the teacher as well realize that English as a Lingua Franca will open doors to the whole world and will help learners become intercultural speakers.< Less
CLIL Content and Language Integrated Learning By Carina M. Grisolía
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I personally believe that an approach as CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning) attempts to incorporate new teaching perspectives as a way of responding to the 21st century school claims for... More > renewed pedagogy to new educational environments in and for a globalized information society. Thus, from my point of view, this perspective is intended to help the learners and the teacher as well realize that English as a Lingua Franca will open doors to the whole world and will help learners become intercultural speakers.< Less
English Language Teaching in Thailand and Myanmar By Robert Kirkpatrick
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This collection of recent essays gathers the research of a range of teachers, students and experts in the field of language teaching. The authors provide various theoretical and practical findings... More > which clarify some of the recent trends in education in Thailand and Myanmar, answer some of the criticisms of traditional methods of teaching and also explain appropriate modern pedagogy. Reflecting the deep commitment in Thailand and Myanmar to their ancient religion, several essays promote the preservation of Buddhist values and culture as a function of education.< Less