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« Enseigner à l'aide d'un tableau blanc tactile et interactif »

« Enseigner à l'aide d'un tableau blanc tactile et interactif » | TELT | Scoop.it

« Les établissements scolaires accueillent aujourd'hui de nombreuses solutions numériques pour faciliter le travail des enseignants et des élèves. L'utilisation des tablettes tactiles en contexte pédagogique est bien sûr l'une des illustrations les plus parlantes. Des solutions plus complexes et intégrées émergent également aujourd'hui, qui permettent de substituer le « tableau noir » à des dispositifs partiellement ou entièrement numériques. C'est le cas de l'offre « e-Ecole pour tous de SFR », un pack d'outils et de services pédagogiques qui permet aux enseignants d'organiser leur cours autour d'un « tableau blanc interactif » connecté à internet.


Via Vincent Martinet, Délégation Académique au Numérique Educatif - Académie de Nice
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Infomerciale SFR/SMART, mais commentaire intéressant de l'enseignante du primaire du reportage :

 

"Je n'ai personnellement eu aucune difficulté particulière, comme j'ai bénéficié d'une très bonne formation sur l'utilisation du tableau et du logiciel. L'interface de ce dernier est par ailleurs très claire, les icônes sont faciles à comprendre. Même si l'on ne se souvient pas de l'intégralité de la formation, on retrouve intuitivement tout ce qu'on peut faire avec le logiciel. 

En revanche, l'intégration du tableau blanc demande de repenser la manière dont on présente les cours. Cela demande un peu de travail pour modifier le support, en créer d'autres, et tirer partie du côté « interactif » que procure cette solution."

 

Pour moi la "très bonne formation" est plutôt rare, mais le côté "intuitif" de la prise en main du TBI l'est moins, ainsi que l'envie de changement pédagogique pour rendre les enseignements plus interactifs.

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Néologie - colloque Lyon 3

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Programme du colloque international « NEOLEX : La néologie lexicale à travers les âges » Jeudi 8 juin 2017

Discours d’ouverture : Denis JAMET (directeur du CEL)


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Pronunciation links for EFL students

Pronunciation links for EFL students | TELT | Scoop.it
UnPolish your English, learning pronunciation, teaching pronunciation, links for students, accents, pron
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Great resources for teaching pronunciation.
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AILA 2017: Symposium on the history of language learning and teaching

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Symposium of the AILA Research Network on History of Language Learning and Teaching (HoLLT.net), AILA Congress, Rio de Janeiro, 25 July 2017 Chaired by Richard Smith (University of Warwick) and Giovanni Iamartino (University of Milan), HoLLT.net co-convenors
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Papers on history of language learning and teaching at AILA this summer
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Appel à comm – Le lexique dans les langues de spécialité

Appel à comm – Le lexique dans les langues de spécialité | TELT | Scoop.it
La revue électronique Lexis - revue de lexicologie anglaise mettra en ligne son numéro 11 en 2018, co-dirigé par Marion Charret-Del Bove et Philippe Millot (Université de Lyon – Jean Moulin Lyon 3, France). Celui-ci sera consacré au « lexique dans les langues de spécialité ». Le lexique dans les langues de spécialité Contrairement à ce que nous pourrions croire, l’articulation entre la notion de lexique et celle de langue de spécialité est loin d’être évidente. D’un point de vue général e
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Is task-based language teaching just a variation on presentation-practice-production?

Is task-based language teaching just a variation on presentation-practice-production? | TELT | Scoop.it
Many language teachers are interested in the question of what makes a task a task. Pre-service teachers are often under pressure to conform to some see as the hegemony of task-based language teaching (TBLT) which they feel is imposed on teachers by the Common European Reference framework (CER). They want to know whether their textbook…
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Séminaire du laboratoire [CLILLAC-ARP]

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Le Centre de Linguistique Interlangue, de Lexicologie, de Linguistique Anglaise et de Corpus - Atelier de Recherche sur la Parole (CLILLAC-ARP)


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PPP or TBLT?

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Another go at the long-running discussion on teaching methods and second language acquisition/learning
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Feedback and Format: Effective Teacher-Provided Feedback in Online Courses – S'more English

Feedback and Format: Effective Teacher-Provided Feedback in Online Courses – S'more English | TELT | Scoop.it
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Concrete tips for online feedback
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SEAGULL - Language Learning in Tandem

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SEAGULL offers materials and new ideas for tandem language learners in 13 different languages.

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The Effects of Mode and Task Complexity on Second Language Production

The Effects of Mode and Task Complexity on Second Language Production | TELT | Scoop.it

"Taking a psycholinguistic orientation within task‐based language teaching scholarship, this study investigated the effects of mode (oral vs. written) and task complexity on second language (L2) performance ..."


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1. L2 learners can draw on their interlanguage variably and display different linguistic behaviors depending on the mode (oral or written) in which a task is performed. Our participants spent more time and used more complex syntax as well as more varied vocabulary when they performed the task in writing. Mode also influenced propositional complexity, as speakers produced more idea units overall, but writers employed extended idea units to a higher degree. These findings provided empirical evidence for the theoretical prediction that the oral and written modes offer different opportunities for language practice and development, and, consequently, mode can constitute a task design feature that may contribute to the development of distinct L2 competencies


2. Task complexity had different effects in writing and in speech. Overall, we found that (a) task complexity effects were more noticeable in writing in the areas of propositional complexity, accuracy, and time on task, and (b) increases in task demands had similar effects on the linguistic complexity in both modes. Thus, we found that both writers’ and speakers’ productions were more syntactically complex overall (see also Tavakoli, 2014) and exhibited more sophisticated vocabulary in the complex version of the task, compared to the simple version.


3. Increases in task demands enhanced certain aspects of L2 performance in both modes, which allowed us to conclude that task complexity constitutes an important task variable that can influence L2 performance and subsequent learning.

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Learners performed simple or complex versions of task in spoken or written mode, and productions were analysed using a variety of complexity and accuracy measures. The article is open access at present and you can even see the task (pictured)
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Instructed Second Language Acquisition

Instructed Second Language Acquisition is a peer-reviewed Journal that, twice a year, publishes research with a number of implications for language instruction. Second language acquisition is a rich and varied enterprise, carried out by researchers, whose interests and training often lie in broader disciplines of linguistics, psychology, sociology, and education. Second language research findings might have a direct application to instructional decisions or provide insights into the learning process that serves as a resource to inform teaching practice. Knowing how languages are learned will help language instructors develop a more innovative and effective way to teach a language and to create the necessary conditions for learners to learn more efficiently and appropriately. The overall aim of this Journal is to provide an opportunity for researchers, second and foreign language educators, and other language practitioners and policy makers to publish and read second language acquisition research that has direct relevance and impact for language teaching. Established in 2016, Instructed Second Language Acquisition, the journal is a forum for reporting and for critical discussion of language research and practice across a wide range of languages and international contexts. It welcomes quantitative and qualitative research to address the role of external manipulation (e.g., instruction, learner self-directed learning, input manipulation) on second language development.
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Trinity College London - Spoken Learner Corpus Project

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EFL corpus at Trinity College Dublin in association with Lancaster University.
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