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テクノロジーを用いたプロジェクト・ベースの言語学習:日本のEFL教室における学習者間の協調

Project-Based Language Learning with Technology : Learner Collaboration in an Efl Classroom in Japan

(Routledge Studies in Applied Linguistics)

Thomas, Michael

Taylor & Francis 2017/05
233 p. illustrations ; 24 cm.   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9780415788281
装丁違いISBN: 0367366371
KCN: 1026799756
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標準価格:¥25,212(本体 ¥22,920)   
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DDC: 428.0078
KDC: B122 英語教育学
C312 教育工学・遠隔教育
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Highlights the ways in which insights from technology-mediated project-based language learning research can contribute to our understanding of both learner interaction in specific cultural contexts and the role of technology in language learning.

Full Description

This book highlights the ways in which insights from technology-mediated project-based language learning research can contribute to our understanding of both learner interaction in specific cultural contexts but also of the role of technology in language learning more generally. The volume situates the discussion within the context of the development of the field, from task-based to project-based language learning, and how these have been shaped over time by the evolution of new technologies. Using the case study of EFL learners in a Japanese classroom, the book adopts a multimodal approach to unpack this phenomena at work by examining learner collaboration in project-based work in a real-world setting. The volume provides a valuable contribution to the ongoing debate about the effective integration of digital technologies in the classroom and will be of particular interest to students and scholars in applied linguistics, computer-assisted language learning, task-based language teaching, and TESOL.

Table of Contents

Introduction From Task- to Project-Based Language Learning Computer-Assisted Language Learning: PLATO to Web 2.0 Language Education in Japan and Research Approaches The Podcast Project The Virtual World Project Future Directions