Hybrid Language Teaching In Practice

Autor: Berta Carrasco
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319164260
File Size: 15,32 MB
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This book allows readers to explore the inner workings of a hybrid class from the perspectives of two instructors with different pedagogical orientations, from the students’ perspectives, including learning outcomes and immediately practical teaching tools. The authors meet the challenge of how to preserve pedagogy and content while making good use of digital tools and online opportunities. Language teachers at the secondary and postsecondary level will enjoy the authors’ first person narrative of the creation of a pedagogically-sound hybrid course, practical examples from their courses, as well as student learning outcomes and feedback on the various technological activities. During a year-long study of the authors’ hybrid courses they used a mixed methods design to answers these questions: How does a hybrid course change our teaching? How does the hybrid course affect student learning experiences? What technology-based activities are most effective in our hybrid course?.

Prentice Hall Realidades Level B

Autor: Boyles
Publisher: Prentice Hall
ISBN: 9780131340909
File Size: 53,20 MB
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Realidades is a standards-based Spanish curriculum that balances grammar and communication. The program offers technology designed to integrate language and culture to teach and motivate all students.

Aausc 2012 Volume Issues In Language Program Direction Hybrid Language Teaching And Learning Exploring Theoretical Pedagogical And Curricular Issues

Autor: Fernando Rubio
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1285415248
File Size: 27,22 MB
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Hybrid language teaching and learning, also referred to as blended learning, has become an increasingly popular model for the delivery of foreign language (FL) courses at the college level in the United States. HYBRID LANGUAGE TEACHING AND LEARNING: EXPLORING THEORETICAL, PEDAGOGICAL AND CURRICULAR ISSUES addresses a number of theoretical and applied topics related to hybrid/blended contexts. The volume is useful for readers unfamiliar with hybrid approaches, as several chapters highlight practical concerns and contain suggestions from authors who have experience implementing and maintaining college-level hybrid FL courses. In addition, the volume serves to disseminate empirical work that focuses on the linguistic outcomes of learners in hybrid FL learning contexts. Finally, the issue of open educational resources/open access is discussed in the context of hybrid FL courses. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Spanish Grades 6 12

Autor: Rose Thomas
Publisher: Carson-Dellosa Publishing
ISBN: 1483823652
File Size: 15,33 MB
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A top-selling teacher resource line, The 100+ Series(TM) features over 100 reproducible activities in each book! Help your student form a solid understanding of the Spanish language. Building on the basics, this book covers common phrases, functional vocabulary, conjugation of verbs, basic grammar, and sentence structure. Over 100 pages of reproducible activities get your students started on the path to speaking and writing Spanish. The activities provided offer fun and varied exercises to practice concepts and vocabulary. Students learn to tell time, formulate sentences,conjugate verbs, pose and answer questions, and make comparisons--all while learning about Spanish-speaking culture.

Preparing Foreign Language Teachers For Next Generation Education

Autor: Lin, Chin-Hsi
Publisher: IGI Global
ISBN: 1522504842
File Size: 24,71 MB
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The growth of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) has changed the dynamics of education, as self-directed learning, especially on mobile devices, is as accessible as ever. Despite the near infinite amount of information available for students outside of school, the classroom remains the most critical aspect of student’s growth. Teachers now play crucial roles in engaging ICT’s full potential to create an environment of meaningful learning to develop students’ critical thinking skills. Preparing Foreign Language Teachers for Next-Generation Education concerns itself with the integration and study of new technologies in foreign-language education. Featuring theoretical and empirical chapters related to the confluence of teacher-education, teacher cognition, and innovative technologies, it provides engaging insight into foreign-language teachers’ perceptions and the influence of those perceptions. This publication is quintessential to foreign-language teachers, administrators, policy makers, students of education, programmers, and developers.