|Offer||Semester 1 & Semester 2|
|Mode||Online / On-campus|
|Description||Computer-Assisted Language Learning|
With the advance of computer technology and the growth of interest in the use of computers for education, it is necessary for language teachers to become aware of the application of computers in second/foreign language learning and teaching. In other words, language teachers need to know about the basics of Computer-Assisted Language Learning (CALL) in order not to be left behind in the use of instructional technology for enhancing learning and teaching.
This course provides language teachers with an introduction to theory and practice of CALL. Course topics include theoretical bases for CALL; current trends and issues of CALL research; language teachers' roles in CALL environments; the development and use of CALL applications such as multimedia/hypermedia materials and Internet tools; and strategies for integrating CALL into second/foreign language programs.
On successful completion of this course students will be able to:
|3. Language teachers and CALL|
There is no prescribed text.
Son, J.-B. (2018). Teacher development in technology-enhanced language teaching. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
Stanley, G. (2013). Language learning with technology: Ideas for integrating technology in the classroom. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
|1||Wednesday, Week 8/9||Assignment 1||50|
|2||Wednesday, Week 15||Assignment 2||50|
|Course Team Leader: Dr Jeong-Bae Son|