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INTENT: Online Intercultural Exchange - plenary talks

INTENT: Online Intercultural Exchange - plenary talks | TELT | Scoop.it

The videos of the plenary speakers and the INTENT project presentation are now online here:

 

Plenary 1: Marie-Noelle Lamy: Telecollaboration: what have we learnt? 

 

Plenary 2: Michael Byram: Internationalisation or internationalism? Bringing intercultural citizenship to university language learning through international telecollaboration. 

 

Plenary 3: Shamil Idriss: Taking International Education and Exchange to Scale: The Inevitable Expansion and World-Changing Potential of Virtual Exchange & Mobility  

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Concordance programs: ICT4LT

Concordance programs: ICT4LT | TELT | Scoop.it

The aim of this module is to introduce language teachers to the use of concordances and concordance programs in the Modern Foreign Languages classroom. Concordancing is part of Corpus Linguistics, which is dealt with by Tony McEnery & Andrew Wilson in Module 3.4. Section 2.2 of this module includes a brief introduction to corpus linguistics.

 

 Authors of this module

Marie-Noëlle Lamy, The Open University, UK.

Hans Jørgen Klarskov Mortensen, Vordingborg Gymnasium, Denmark.

With an introduction by Graham Davies, Editor-in-Chief, ICT4LT Website.


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Undated module on Graham Davies' legacy website (most recent reference 2011, the majority from the 1990s).  The authors recommend printing and reading the 50+ pages of information, then come back to the webpage to use the links to complete the activities.

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Randy Rebman's curator insight, May 4, 2013 5:43 PM

This is a very thorough module on using corpus linguistics in the classroom.  It is about 50 pages worth of materials. A great introduction or review of the uses of corpora, resources and related research.

Carmenne K. Thapliyal's curator insight, May 5, 2013 3:43 AM

Superbly brilliant !!