English Language Learning and Technology 

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English Language Learning and Technology

PDF Free Download | English Language Learning and Technology Lectures on Applied Linguistics in the Age of Information by Carol A. Chapelle

Contents of English Language Learning and Technology

  • Chapter The changing world of English language teaching
  • Visions of the invisible
  • The technologist’s vision
  • The social pragmatist’s vision
  • The critical analyst’s perspective
  • Visioning the future of ELT
  • English language learners
  • Motivation for English use with peers
  • Technology-shaped registers of English use
  • Communicative language ability for the st century
  • English language teachers
  • The English language
  • The study of language
  • Tasks for language learning
  • New forms of assessments
  • Research on learning
  • Teacher education and applied linguistics
  • Applied linguistics
  • Technology
  • Research methods
  • Critical analysis
  • Conclusion
  • Chapter The potential of technology for language learning
  • Language learning and instruction
  • Insights from the classroom and materials
  • Insights from theory and research
  • Enhanced input
  • Input salience
  • Input modification
  • Input elaboration
  • Enhanced input for CALL
  • Interaction
  • Theoretical perspectives on interaction
  • Interaction in CALL
  • Linguistic production
  • Theoretical perspectives on production
  • Production in CALL tasks
  • Integrating input, interaction, and production into tasks
  • Conclusion
  • Chapter Evaluating language learning
  • Reconsidering research
  • Making a case for technology
  • Increasing professional knowledge
  • Advice from the field
  • What is research?
  • General vs. specific knowledge
  • Research methodology
  • Theory-research links
  • Examples of useful CALL research
  • Focus on software
  • Focus on the learners
  • Focus on the learning task
  • Summary
  • Research methods
  • The role of theory
  • Theory as a resource
  • Theory as a limitation
  • Chapter Investigating learners’ use of technology
  • Technology-related process data
  • Examples of process data
  • Implementing process research
  • Notation for the data
  • Description
  • Interaction analysis
  • Discourse analysis
  • Conversation analysis
  • Issues in description
  • Use of description
  • Interpretation
  • Inferences about capacities
  • Inferences about tasks
  • Inferences about capacities and tasks
  • Critical discourse analysis
  • Validity issues for inferences
  • Evaluation
  • The problem of evaluation
  • Process-based approaches
  • Chapter Advancing applied linguistics: L learning tasks
  • The study of Learning tasks
  • Task evaluation
  • task description
  • Technology – mediated tasks
  • Examples from the chat room
  • Studying technology-based tasks

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