Pedagogical concerns for classroom practice

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Pedagogical concerns for classroom practice by Mind Map: Pedagogical concerns for classroom practice

1. • What are the problems with computers in general and CALL in particular?

2. • What solutions are there for these problems?

3. Computers, software and WWW-based services are not seen solely as positive agents of change in the classroom

3.1. can be based on two questions:

3.1.1. What are the problems with computers in general and CALL in particular?

3.1.2. • What solutions are there for these problems?

4. Concerns for software development

4.1. A strength – and a weakness – of some computer-based materials

4.2. method of learning is a teacher-assigned task that asks learners to use resources on the WWW.

4.3. Making software more responsive

4.3.1. Learners often seem unaware of or unconcerned with some of the resources that would help them complete a task.

4.3.2. A good interface would be one that prompted learners to share control.

4.3.3. Prompts could use Eliza-based questioning

4.3.4. pedagogical implications for software development mostly concern perceptions of the technology

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6. Pedagogical concerns for classroom practice

6.1. A virtual teacher, a teacher’s helper, a guide, an instrument, a teaching tool and a learning tool.

6.2. comprehensive effective and efficient language teaching without human intervention.

7. N. Williams criticizes even the metaphor of the computer as a teacher

7.1. There may be learning drawbacks through the use of limited metaphors of computer interaction

7.2. Several teaching functions outlined

8. Software objectives