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    Autoformation et multimédia    Didactique    Linguistique    Ingénierie de formation

Michael Thomas, Julie M. Sykes, Hayo Reinders, Mark Peterson (eds)

Digital language Learning and Teaching - vol. 3 - Critical and Primary Sources - 2017

 

Bloomsbury Academic

ISBN : 9781474277952

RRP : £595.00

Digital Language Learning and Teaching : Critical and Primary Sources brings together over 100 essential texts on digitally-assisted or enabled language learning from the inception of these technologies to their burgeoning 21st century maturity. The four volumes will focus on :

-  1) Theories and Frameworks
-  2) Focus on the Learner
-  3) Teaching with Computer Assisted Language Learning
-  4) New Developments in Computer Assisted Language Learning

Each volume features an editorial introduction by a world-renowned authority on the subject and articles within them are grouped thematically. Professor Mark Warschauer (University of California-Irvine, USA) contributes an extensive Foreword for the project.

Volume I : Theories and Frameworks (Lead Editor : Michael Thomas)

-  1. Editor’s introduction
-  2. Defining theory in CALL
-  3. Sociocultural theory
-  4. Computer-mediated communication
-  5. Emerging research directions

Volume II : Focus on the Learner (Lead Editor : Julie Sykes)

-  1. Editor’s introduction
-  2. Learner autonomy
-  3. Communicative language teaching
-  4. Task-based language teaching and CALL
-  5. Language learning and creativity

Volume III : Teaching with CALL (Lead Editor : Hayo Reinders)

-  1. Editor’s introduction
-  2. Classroom instruction
-  3. Online and blended learning
-  4. Supporting learning
-  5. Feedback and assessment

Volume IV : New Developments in CALL (Lead Editor : Mark Peterson)

-  1. Editor’s introduction
-  2. Mobile learning
-  3. Intelligent tutors
-  4. Immersive environments
-  5. E-Research approaches