CALL MA Course outline

CALL MA Course outline

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1. Course overview and Module I

1.1. Oct. Wednesday 22, 18:00

1.2. Oct. Monday 27, 16:00

1.2.1. 1. The emergence of CALL 2. A brief history of CALL 3. Hypertext, hypermedia and multimedia

1.3. Nov. Tuesday 11, 18:00

1.3.1. Seminar 1

2. Modules II and V

2.1. Module II: CALL Appplications

2.1.1. Nov. Wednesday 12, 18:00 8 CALL Applications

2.2. module V: CALL models

2.2.1. Nov. Wednesday 12, 18:00 8 CALL Applications

2.3. Nov. Tuesday 25, 18:00

2.3.1. Seminar 2

3. Module III: SLA and FLT

3.1. Nov. Wednesday 26, 16:00 s

3.1.1. Second-language Acquisition and models of instruction/ Theoretical and pedagogical concern

3.1.1.1. Second-language Acquisition and models of instruction/ Theoretical and pedagogical concern

3.2. Dec. Monday 15, 18:00

3.2.1. Second-language Acquisition and models of instruction/ Theoretical and pedagogical concern

4. Module IV: Collaboration

4.1. Dec. Tuesday 16, 18:00

4.1.1. Computer-mediated communication in English for specific purposes: A case study with computer science students at Universiti Teknologi Malaysia. CALL 2006 + Learning electronic literacy skills in an online language learning community. CALL 2005 ()

4.1.1.1. http://eurocall2007.blogspot.com/2007/09/co-operative-audiovisual-comprehension.html

4.1.2. What is out there?

4.2. January 19, 16:00

4.2.1. Seminar 4

5. Module V: CALL Models

5.1. January 20, 16:00

6. Final presentation: February 9, 18:00

6.1. Area of reflection

6.2. General CALL field

6.3. Normalization

6.4. Contributions to language teaching and research

7. Areas of reflection

7.1. Software: traditional CALL

7.1.1. Generic software in CALL

7.1.1.1. Sample research article Mapping successful language learning approaches in the adaptation of generic software (CALL, 2006):

7.1.2. Developing software for CALL

7.1.2.1. A software development approach for computer assisted language learning. CALL 2005

7.2. Data-Driven Learning. language corpora in CALL

7.2.1. Annotation solutions for Data Driven Learning (ReCall 2009) + SACODEYL website

7.2.2. INTEGRATING CORPUS CONSULTATION IN LANGUAGE STUDIES, Language learning and technology 2005

7.3. Web 2.0 and CALL

7.3.1. WEB 2.0: New Perspectives for Digital Media in Language Learning? EUROCALL 2007 Plenary

7.3.2. Conole, Grainne. Listening to the Learner Voice: The Ever Changing Landscape of Technology Use for Language Students. ReCALL. v20 n2 p124-140 May 2008.

7.4. CALL in consoles: NDS and other developments

7.4.1. Methodology for evaluating a novel education technology: a case study of handheld video games in Chile. Computers & Education, Volume 46, Issue 2, February 2006, pp. 174-191.

7.4.2. Examining the pedagogical foundations of modern educational computer games Computers & Education, Volume 51, Issue 4, December 2008, pp. 1729-1743