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CETLA Presentation for the World Languages Department December 2, 2011. Why Teach a foreign language online?. Department of Education Report The Chronicle’s 2011 Special Report University of Maryland Center for Advanced Study of Language

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research

Department of Education Report

  • The Chronicle’s 2011 Special Report
  • University of Maryland Center for Advanced Study of Language
  • Second Language Teaching and Learning in the Net Generation
Research
6 reasons

Efficiency

Accommodation

Practice

Collaboration

Production

Immersion

6 Reasons
efficiency

Save classroom space.

  • Increase enrollment in less popular language classes.
  • Reduce grading time with online quizzes, while providing feedback instantly.
  • Move information and drills online to free up class time for more interaction.
Efficiency
accommodations

Accommodate disabled, working, parenting, and commuting students.

Work around your travel and research schedule.

Adapt lessons to diverse learning styles.

Accommodations
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The article “den” answers the question “wen?”

EXAMPLE: GRAMMAR ANIMATION FOR VISUAL LEARNERS

n

Die Frau küßt den Mann.

n

Den Mann küßt die Frau.

The accusative article “Den” shows that the man is the direct object of the action.

The woman is the performer of the verb in both sentences.

Source: http://webgerman.com/Animated/index.html “Animated German Grammar”

Wer küßt wen?

practice

Web resources such as Live-Radio.Net, World Wide Internet TV, Online Newspapers.com, and virtual museums

  • Podcasts /iTunes
  • Digital video
  • Blackboard feedback and mastery quizzes
  • e-readers with embedded links and instant word “look-up”
  • Voice recognition/comparison software
Practice
collaboration

Pbworks

Skype and Google Talk

Voice Thread

Elluminate/Wimba (Blackboard Collaborate) or WizIQ

COLLABORATION
production

Multimedia presentations

  • Travel blogs
  • Twitter abroad
  • Learning logs
  • Facebook
  • YouTube skits
  • Audio recordings
Production
immersion

Blackboard in a foreign language

3D virtual tours

Video games

Second Life

IMMERSION