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Comenius summer courses on IWB for FL: iTILT project training

Comenius summer courses on IWB for FL: iTILT project training | TELT | Scoop.it

The EU project iTILT is offering an EU-funded summercourse on  Interactive Whiteboards (IWB) in Language Education This Comenius course is based on research and resources (training and teaching materials, practice examples) developed during the 2-year European project iTILT (interactive Technologies in Language Teaching).  http://itilt.eu

 

The course is offered by the University of Antwerp, Linguapolis and its project partners to promote effective IWB use in communicative language teaching. It is open to all interested in language teaching with the IWB, experienced or not. 

 

In 2013 there are two sessions: 

 

July, 15-19, at the Technical University Valencia, Department of Applied Linguistics, in Valencia (Spain) 

 

August, 12-16, at Aveiro University, Faculty of Education, in Aveiro (Portugal) 

 

 

Find information on the course description at the Comenius/Grundtvig Training database, the grants and the course pre-registration document from here: http://www.koenraad.info/content/current-courses#1

 

N.B. Apply for a Comenius grant before 16 January (= the final day for submitting completed forms (including a course (pre-)registration testimonial and employer signature) to your National Agency

http://ec.europa.eu/education/lifelong-learning-programme/national_en.htm

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EU Grants for language teachers - deadline 16 January

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Teacher Education for Languages with Technology / Formation des enseignants de langue avec les TICE
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Qu’est-ce qui s’est passé ? Des questions stéréotypées chez les apprenants du français

Qu’est-ce qui s’est passé ? Des questions stéréotypées chez les apprenants du français | TELT | Scoop.it
Despite a good command of the grammar and the pronunciation of one’s second language, a non-native speaker often remains identifiable by his way of formulating his utterances, which do not necessarily correspond to those formulations found to be natural by native speakers of his new language. Difficulties associated with what Bardovi-Harlig (2009) called conventional expressions are most particularly found in the area of pragmatics, and these difficulties have attracted more and more interest from researchers in second language acquisition. The current article contributes to this research trend with an examination of a corpus constiting of responses to a discourse completion task completed by native speakers of French and Anglophone learners of French, with the goal of identifying those linguistic sequences preferred by the two groups in their realization of the speech act of questionning. The results reveal important differences between the natives’ and nonnatives’ use of linguistic stereotypes in formulating questions. In particular, the nonnatives tend to establish a one-to-one association between a linguistic string and a type of question.
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Prononcer les langues : appel à contribution

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Le numéro est à paraître en mai 2019. Les résumés (3 pages) sont à envoyer avant le 1er avril 2018 aux adresses suivantes : gregory.miras@univ-rouen.fr ; laurence.vignes@univ-rouen.fr
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Language teachers’ perceptions on the use of OER language processing technologies in MALL

(2018). Language teachers’ perceptions on the use of OER language processing technologies in MALL. Computer Assisted Language Learning. Ahead of Print.
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Survey by Perez Paredes and colleagues suggests  FL teachers in UK and Spain support technology mediated learning in theory more than in practice, particularly with respect to mobile devices and more sophisticated corpus tools
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