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Case Studies of Openness in the Language Classroom | Beaven, Comas-Quinn & Sawhill 2013

Case Studies of Openness in the Language Classroom | Beaven, Comas-Quinn & Sawhill 2013 | TELT | Scoop.it

Section 1. Open Tools for Collaboration

 

Communicating Out in the Open:

The WordPress Class Blogs Plug-In Suite and Language Learning

Barbara Sawhill

The Mixxer: Connecting Students with Native Speakers via Skype

Todd Bryant

eComma: An Open Source Tool for Collaborative L2 Reading

Carl Blyth

 

Section 2. Sharing Resources

The Linkedup Project: An Online Repository for Language Teachers

Anna Motzo

Repurposing Open Educational Resources: Creating Resources for Use and Re-use 

Susanne Winchester

Designing OERs to Teach Italian Pronunciation in an Open Educational Environment: A Case Study

Anna Calvi, Anna Motzo and Sandra Silipo

 

Section 3. Sharing Practice

FAVORing the Part-time Language Teacher:

The Experience and Impact of Sharing Open Educational Resources through a Community-based Repository
Julie Watson

The Community Café: Open Practice

with Community-based Language Teachers

Kate Borthwick and Alison Dickens

The “Onstream” Project: Collaboration between Higher Education Teachers of Russian and Teachers of Russian in Mainstream and Supplementary Schools

Terry King

Learning to Share and Sharing to Learn – Professional Development of Language Teachers in HE to Foster Open Educational Practices

Annette Duensing, Matilde Gallardo and Sarah Heiser

 

Section 4. Collaborative Learning & Student-generated Content

137 Transnational Online Discussions to Foster Open Practices

Klaus-Dieter Rossade 

A Case Study into Learner Engagement in the Production of OERs within an Online Language Environment

María Dolores Iglesias Mora and David Elvis Leeming

The OpenLIVES Project: Alternative Narratives of Pedagogical Achievement

Irina Nelson and Alicia Pozo-Gutiérrez

Discovering Spanish Voices Abroad in a Digital World

Antonio Martínez-Arboleda 

Collaborative Italian: An Open Online Language Course Cecilia Goria

 

Section 5. Learner Autonomy

When Learner Autonomy Meets Open Educational Resources: A Study of a Self-learning Environment for Italian as a Foreign Language

Marco Cappellini

Using MOOCs in an Academic English Course at University Level

Ana Beaven

 


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Free e-book on open source tools and repositories for language teachers and learners edited by Ana Beaven, Anna Comas-Quinn, and Barbara Sawhill

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Pronunciation Bites

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Here you will find a collection of tweets, posts, websites, articles and videos for your pronunciation classes. The inclusion of the materials on this list does not endorse its content in any way. Theoretical errors or biased views of any kind are not my own. (Follow Pronunciation Bites on Blogger, Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest by visiting my profile: http://about.me/pronunciationbites)***Use the tag search below or the filter on top to do topic search ***
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Arguable Intelligence - Collocations -- Do we need them?

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"Collocation is an epiphenomenon of phraseology, a side-effect of words forming larger units." Oliver Mason
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Cite-langage : Cartes des parcours

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La ressource « Cité Langage – Trajets dans les sciences du langage » a été conçue à l’Université de Lille SHS en réponse à un appel à projets de l’Université Ouverte des Humanités.

Organisée autour d’une matrice de 27 vidéos assorties de questionnaires-amorces, complétée d’un glossaire et de liens externes, son objectif est de faire découvrir ce que sont les sciences du langage à un public de personnes néophytes s’interrogeant sur ce qu’elles recouvrent : lycéen.ne.s à la recherche d’une poursuite d’études post-baccalauréat, étudiant.e.s en réorientation, tout simplement personnes curieuses de découvrir cette discipline, non enseignée au lycée, à titre de culture générale. Elle se veut également un outil de valorisation des recherches menées dans ce champ disciplinaire et une ressource pédagogique pouvant être exploitée en premier cycle universitaire.

Chaque vidéo a une durée d’environ cinq minutes et répond à des questions telles que :
Pourquoi les humains parlent-ils ?
Est-ce que les animaux ont des langues ?
Peut-on localiser une zone du langage dans le cerveau ?
Une langue, comment ça marche ?
Comment fonctionnent les différentes écritures ?
C’est quoi être bilingue ?

Les vidéos, pour lesquelles ont été sollicités des spécialistes des questions abordées, enseignants-chercheurs à l’Université de Lille SHS et dans d’autres Universités françaises, ou chercheurs auprès du CNRS, sont organisées en trajets offrant une cohérence thématique. Chaque vidéo peut toutefois être visionnée de façon indépendante.
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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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Two Versions of Task-Based Language Teaching

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This is a written report of a talk I gave to members of the SLB last month. There's quite a lot here; it's a bit "staccato" because it's based on the slides I used in the talk; and it doesn't do justice to Mike Long's version of TBLT. Good, positive start, eh! Both the syllabuses presented here are alternatives to…
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TBLT and process syllabus explained and illustrated. Update from Mike Long in the comments.
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I´m getting a lot of good ideas from this article: Task Based Language Teaching.
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Minimal Bears

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Free app for phonemic discrimination (sheep/ship) in English, German and Polish. Native speakers can contribute recordings
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Geoff Jordan's Blogs and Websites

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Blogs: Scott Thornbury A-Z of ELT. One of the most popular blogs. Always entertaining; often informative. http://scottthornbury.wordpress.com/ The Secret DOS Very interesting general observations about ELT http://thesecretdos.wordpress.com/ ELT Rants... Another, always interesting, slightly off-the-wall blog very worth reading, IMHO. http://eltrantsreviewsreflections.wordpress.com/ Hugh Dellar's Thoughts on ELT. Very popular, lots of good threads. http://hughdellar.wordpress.com/about/ Alex Grevett The…
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Confiance, reliance et apprentissage des langues dans l’enseignement supérieur

Confiance, reliance et apprentissage des langues dans l’enseignement supérieur | TELT | Scoop.it
Texte de cadrage La « bienveillance » a fait son entrée dans les instructions officielles de l’éducation nationale en 2009, en lien avec la confiance en soi, la confiance dans les pairs et dans les adultes, au sein d’un espace pédagogique fait d’intentions convergentes. Dans l’enseignement supérieur, la notion d’un espace pédagogique comme lieu de constitution d’une communauté de confiance demande à être éclairée par des apports théoriques transdisciplinaires, impliquant notamment le
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In Defense of the Lecture | Jacobin

In Defense of the Lecture | Jacobin | TELT | Scoop.it
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Meaning-focused activities: Jane Willis

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This week we have something rather special - a guest post from Jane Willis. Jane has been a supporter of the Hands Up Project for a long time and is on the advisory panel - offering us support in bringing task based learning into the work that we do. Over to you Jane.... I have…
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Concrete suggestions for simple tasks to support language learning
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Association Française de Linguistique Appliquée

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L’Association Française de Linguistique Appliquée (AFLA) est une association dont le but est de promouvoir et coordonner les recherches dans tous les domaines de la linguistique appliquée, et d’encourager la coopération interdisciplinaire et internationale dans ces mêmes domaines
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New president for the French association for applied linguistics
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Van der Zwaard: Patterns of (negotiated) interaction during telecollaboration between NSs and advanced NNSs

Dyadic communication between Australian and Dutch participants during a digital task designed as part of a telecollaboration project

The research project focuses on the occurrence of negotiation of meaning (or absence thereof) during one - to - one interaction via two forms of synchronous computer - mediated communication (SCMC): video call (or video call) and instant chat - messaging (written chat).

The studies aim to combine two of the most significant trends in L2 - education: digital technology and task - based language teaching (TBLT). Research into the efficacy of communication through different digital tools within L2 - learning environments is still underdeveloped, although the 21st - century networked society is entering the language classroom and educators are urged to include digital communication in (academic) language acquisition curricula. Negotiation of meaning studies have proven to be a prolific research area, although different claims have been made concer ning occurrence and effect and only recently have investigations started to explore the implications of negotiation of meaning during synchronous computer - mediated com munication. The studies in this book attempt to contribute to this budding area of research.
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