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Social media and web strategies for EU Projects: Web2LLP Handbooks

Social media and web strategies for EU Projects: Web2LLP Handbooks | TELT | Scoop.it
3 Web2LLP handbooks:Improving web strategies of LLP projectsMaximising the social media presence of LLP projectsTools for self-assessment

These handbooks and tools are mainly intended for project managers and members of current or future LLP projects who are unable to attend the face-to-face and online courses organised by the Web2LLP team which will take place in Spring 2013, but can also be useful to anyone interested in using digital networks as enablers of sustainable interaction with target audiences. 

 

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Input from iTILT (http://itilt.eu) projet on interactive technologies for language learning in Handbooks 1 and 2.

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Teacher Education for Languages with Technology / Formation des enseignants de langue avec les TICE
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EGP Online

The English Grammar Profile allows us to see how learners develop competence in grammatical form and meaning, as well as pragmatic appropriateness, as they move up the CEFR levels. This provides us with typical, world-wide grammar profiles for each level.

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Communicative competence in language assessment : What the non-language specialist can tell us - Elder, McNamara, Kim, Pill & Sato 2017

Communicative competence in language assessment : What the non-language specialist can tell us - Elder, McNamara, Kim, Pill & Sato 2017 | TELT | Scoop.it
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.langcom.2016.12.005
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Annotating speech errors and disfluencies: technical report (Cambridge)

Caines, Nichols & Buttery; Dec 2017

This document presents our guidelines for the annotation of errors and disfluencies in transcriptions of speech. There is a well-established precedent for annotating errors in written texts but the same is not true of speech transcriptions. We describe our coding scheme, discuss examples and difficult cases, and introduce new codes to deal with features characteristic of speech.
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UPLEGESS conference: Paris, June 2018

UPLEGESS conference: Paris, June 2018 | TELT | Scoop.it
Appel à communication sur les dispositifs innovants, le numérique pour l'enseignement des langues dans le supérieur
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Colloque GERAS: 15-7 Mars, Université de Mons

Colloque GERAS: 15-7 Mars, Université de Mons | TELT | Scoop.it
Les dimensions diachroniques en anglais de spécialité : enjeux communicationnels, didactiques et traductologiques
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Champion teachers: exploratory action research

Rebolledo, Smith & Bullock

The Champion Teachers project began in 2013 as a British Council / Ministry of Education initiative (originally conceived by Tom Connelly) to provide an alternative to the top-down tradition in in-service teacher education in Chile. Unlike previous initiatives, the project aimed at the promotion of continuing professional development (CPD) by advocating autonomy, reflection and empowerment and allowing English teachers to explore their own contexts and practices in order to better understand their work and promote their students’ learning.
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AFLA2018 | Association Française de Linguistique Appliquée

AFLA2018 | Association Française de Linguistique Appliquée | TELT | Scoop.it
9h30 - Café de bienvenue et ouverture de la journée par Grégory Miras (Président de l'AFLA) et Jean-Paul Narcy-Combes (Président n-1).

10h/12h - RÉPONDRE AUX BESOINS ACTUELS
A. Condamines (CLLE, CNRS et Univ. Toulouse Jean Jaurès) - La linguistique en entreprise : une linguistique ergonomique.
L. Crevier-Buchman (LPP, CNRS, Labex EFL, Laboratoire voix, parole et déglutition, Hôpital européen Georges-Pompidou) -
Place de la linguistique en clinique : compréhension, adaptation, remédiation.
L. Gianola, J. Longhi (UCP, AGORA), L. Jandot & P. Bonnet (PJGN, département science de l’analyse criminelle) -
Linguistique informatique et enquête judiciaire : de nouveaux outils pour l'analyse criminelle.

12h/13h30 - Repas libre

13h30/15h - PENSER AUX BESOINS DE DEMAIN
M. Candea (CLESTHIA, Univ. Sorbonne Nouvelle - Paris 3) - Construire un langage non sexiste en français : début d'un vaste chantier où les chercheur·euses ont toute leur place.
R. Sabria (DYLIS, Univ. de Rouen Normandie) - Langue des signes française, langue minoritaire et processus de minoration. Rôle et distance du linguiste en terrain glissant.

15h-15h30 - BILAN GÉNÉRAL de la journée et café
15h30/17h30 : ASSEMBLÉE GÉNÉRALE de l'Association française de linguistique appliquée
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Video in Language Teacher Education

The research project will collect and evaluate a range of practices where video, screen capture and audio-visual tools and frameworks are used in innovative ways in teacher training and development. The project will have three outputs: there will be a research report of teacher training and development practices using video, screen capture and audio-visual tools; there will also be a website where examples of video practices with commentaries and pdf files can be uploaded and made available to interested parties. Towards the end of the project, there will be a video conference for participants and to disseminate findings and good practice to a wider audience of teacher educators (via Adobe Connect).
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ESP teaching and learning research seminar: Brno, Sept 2018

14th ESSE Conference, Brno, Czech Republic 29 August – 2 September 2018

Call for papers – Seminar 25 A European perspective on ESP Learning and Teaching Research

Although there is increasing interest in innovative practices in
English for Specific Purposes (ESP) teaching (Shrestha, 2015; Teaching Practices in ESP today , 2016), reports in the published ES P literature are still relatively rare and , lacking theoretical underpinning tend to read like “ w ar stories and romances ” (Bowyers 1980). In particular, calls for empirical research to investigate the efficacy of ESP programmes (Master 2005) have remain ed largely unanswered , in spite of the impact of English as the language of communication between non - native speakers of English (English as a lingua franca ) on ESP programmes as well as on the type of research needed to support and design these programmes (Hewings 2002). This seminar aims to bridge these gaps and to address key issues related to resear ch in ESP teaching and learning, by inviting authors to present current research from a variety of European contexts (and from further afield) at the interse ction of the theoretical and practical dimensions of English for Specific Purposes.
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A statistical analysis of learner corpus data, experimental data and individual differences: Möller 2017

In contrast to Second Language Acquisition (SLA) research, the study of individual differences, so far, has not been a prime concern of Learner Corpus Research (LCR). Statistical analyses in LCR have mostly included no more than a single predictor. By assessing the impact of Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) and its selectivity regarding, amongst others, cognitive and affective variables on the passive in corpus data and experimental data, we show that insights gained from such monofactorial approaches are necessarily limited. We formulate regression models containing multiple predictors to overcome these shortcomings, thus showing that data on learner variables can be related to learner corpus data as well as experimental data. Our results suggest that LCR needs to identify further variables which are relevant to explaining variability in text production, but which may not necessarily have received a lot of attention in the experimental approaches adopted by SLA research.