Social Networking for Language Education (häftad)
Format
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
237
Utgivningsdatum
2013-12-01
Förlag
Palgrave Macmillan
Medarbetare
Zourou, Katerina
Illustratör/Fotograf
237 p XV
Illustrationer
XV, 237 p.
Dimensioner
222 x 139 x 19 mm
Vikt
317 g
Antal komponenter
1
Komponenter
1 Paperback / softback
ISBN
9781137023377
Social Networking for Language Education (häftad)

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Social networking is now one of the ways in which anyone can set out to learn or improve their language skills. This collection brings together different sets of learning experiences and shows that success depends on the wider environment of the learner, the kind of activity the learner engages in and the type of learning priorities he or she has.
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'This collection is an invaluable source of empirical studies for researchers, teachers, and graduate students interested in using social networking tools in language learning and teaching. Thus, the book will be of utmost value for those in search not only of studies that will inform them about recent literature but also of empirical investigations that can be used as a model for future studies.' - Linguist

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Thierry Chanier, Universite Blaise Pascal, Clermont-Ferrand, France Hsin-I Chen, Tunghai University, Taiwan Cameron Clark, British Council in Singapore Kathryn English, Universite Pantheon Assas, Paris II, and the Ecole Polytechnique, France Mathew Evans, University of Texas at Austin, USA Elaine K. Horwitz, University of Texas at Austin, USA Carolin Fuchs, Columbia University, New York, USA Paul Gruba, University of Melbourne, Australia Richard Harrison, Kobe University, Japan Marie-Noelle Lamy, Open University, UK Sunjung Lee, University of Texas at Austin, USA Meei-Ling Liaw, National Taichung University, Taiwan Chris Lima, Open University, UK Min Liu, University of Texas at Austin, USA. Mathieu Loiseau, LIRIS laboratory in Lyon, France Francois Mangenot, Grenoble 3 University, France Monica McCrory, University of Texas at Austin, USA Jeong-Bin (Hannah) Park, Austin Community College, USA Claire Meadows Parrish, University of Texas at Austin, USA Jonathon Reinhardt, University of Arizona in Tucson, USA Bill Snyder, Columbia University's Japan Campus in Tokyo, Japan Ciara R. Wigham, Universite Blaise Pascal, Clermont-Ferrand, France Katerina Zourou, University of Luxembourg

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Introduction PART I: THE WIDER ECOLOGY OF LANGUAGE LEARNING WITH SNSS 1. An Ecological Analysis of Social Networking Site-Mediated Identity Development; Jonathon Reinhardt And Hsin-I Chen 2. Architecture Students' Appropriation of Avatars - Relationships Between Avatar Identity and L2 Verbal Participation and Interaction; Ciara Wigham and Thierry Chanier 3. Online Reading Groups and Network Dynamics; Chris Lima and Marie-Noelle Lamy PART II: PEDAGOGIES AND PRACTITIONERS 4. Bridging Design and Language Interaction and Reuse in Livemocha's Culture Space; Katerina Zourou, Mathieu Loiseau 5. Profiles in Online Communities; Richard Harrison 6. It's Not Just the Tool; Carolin Fuchs and Bill Snyder PART III: LEARNING BENEFITS AND CHALLENGES 7. A Study of the Use of Social Network Sites for Language Learning by University ESL Students; Liu, M., Evans, M., Horwitz, E. K., Lee, S., Mccrory, M., Park, J.-B., and Parrish, C. 8. On-Line and Off-Site; Meei-Ling Liaw And Kathryn English 9. Formative Assessment within Social Network Sites for Language Learning; Paul Gruba and Cameron Clark PART IV 10. Social Media-Based Language Learning; Marie-Noelle Lamy and Francois Mangenot References