ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS:

ANDERSON CIFUENTES MARIA ANGELICA GUEVARA VARGAS ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS

AGENDA:

FUNDAMENTAL CHANGES TECHNOLOGY IS BRINGING TO ELT A. English Language B. Methods for its study 1. Corpus Linguistics C. Tasks for Language Learning D. Assessment E. Research on Learning AGENDA

Fundamental Changes:

Technology is bringing to ELT Fundamental Changes

English Language:

From the paper to the disc English Language

Study of Language:

Changes in every level of linguistic system Study of Language

Tasks for language learning:

Tasks for language learning

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Developed from software for computer-mediated communication (such as e-mail or chats) the teacher use multimedia resources for communicate with the students. TECHNOLOGY: these tasks are divided into two types This type is based on interactions between the learner and the computer. Such as listening or multimedia activities.

The changing world of english language teaching:

CMC: computer mediate communication between the teacher and the students for example: chat rooms or computer assistant in a classroom discussion. The changing world of english language teaching Synchronous or Asynchronous communication

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CMC activities can involve a variety of participants This activities involve sending messages to another or to many others or groups sending to other groups. - Oral face-to-face language. Oral face to face, oral remote, written language. This task gives the opportunity to develop task requiring learners to communicate with proficient speakers in English this will be available in the classroom. The other task give valuable opportunities by written interactions. Learner computer interaction mediate tasks opportunities for linguistic input and interaction with the computer.

New forms of assessment:

Technology offers a variety for presenting text for adapting to individual levels during test taking. New forms of assessment E.g. TOEFL examines were required to respond to multiple choice questions about the meaning expressed in the reading. E.g. Teachers and test takers have always questioned the validity of a test of listening comprehension that requires examinees to listen to lectures and conversations without any visual cues.

RESEARCH ON LEARNING.:

Learner computer interaction gets reported and allows us to look at the extent to which learners use resources materials available in a CD-ROOM for the students use the materials provided. RESEARCH ON LEARNING. Knowledge of the frequency of occurrence of particular forms has clear implications both for better understanding inter language development and effectively designing learning materials.