PEDAGOGICAL CONCERNS FOR CLASSROOM PRACTICE by Cristina Pilataxi

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1. Making better use of existing material: learners need to reflect upon their learnig in discussion with teachers and peers, in diaries and in reports

2. This section considers the role of the computer as a kind of virtual teacher and this metaphor has been criticized

3. The computer in the classroom have matured and most teachers see the computer as a complementary tool, not as an alternative

4. Software programs have a long way to go before they can be seen to offer comprehensive effective and efficient language teaching without human intervention

5. This section considers the role of the computer as a kind of virtual teacher and this metaphor has been criticized

6. Software objectives: An effective CALL environment need to offer different interfaces of combinations of interfaces to accommodate different learning styles as appropriate to different skills