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New Technologies and Language Learning

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24 April 2017

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This research-led textbook investigates the use of new technologies for language learning, linking theory to practice. The book synthesises previous technology use (including Computer Assisted Language Learning) theory...

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This research-led textbook investigates the use of new technologies for language learning, linking theory to practice. The book synthesises previous technology use (including Computer Assisted Language Learning) theory and research, and describes practical applications for both second and foreign language classrooms, including detailed examples of these applications and the procedures for evaluating them. 

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A fully up-to-date introduction to the subject of technology in the language classroom, linking theory with practice
Based on the author's undergraduate course teaching at Exeter University in the UK, a prestigious Russell Group institution
Packed with interactive activities, ideas for project features inspired by real-life student work, and case studies that explore a variety of EFL contexts 

PART A: OVERVIEW.- 1. Overview of new technologies in language education.- 2. The role of technology, motivation and SLA.- PART B: TECHNOLOGY, LANGUAGE SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE.- 3. Technology and developing interactional competence.- 4. Technology, collaborative writing and online literacy.- 5. Technology for lexico-grammatical acquisition.- 6. Technology and ESP.- PART C: MATERIALS, FEEDBACK AND TEACHERS.- 7. e-learning material evaluation and design.- 8. Feedback and alternative assessment.- 9. Language teachers and new technologies.

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Li Li is Senior Lecturer in Language Education at the University of Exeter, UK. She has been involved in English language teaching and research for nearly 20 years in various cultural contexts, and has published widely on language education. She has guest edited the journal Thinking Skills and Creativity, and serves as editorial board member for Classroom Discourse. She is the author of Social Interaction and Teacher Cognition (Edinburgh University Press, 2017) and co-editor, with R Wegerif and J C Kaufman, of The Routledge International Handbook of Research on Teaching Thinking (Routledge, 2015). 

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Li Li is Senior Lecturer in Language Education at the University of Exeter, UK. She has been involved in English language teaching and research for nearly 20 years in various cultural contexts, and has published widely on language education. She has guest edited the journal Thinking Skills and Creativity, and serves as editorial board member for Classroom Discourse. She is the author of Social Interaction and Teacher Cognition (Edinburgh University Press, 2017) and co-editor, with R Wegerif and J C Kaufman, of The Routledge International Handbook of Research on Teaching Thinking (Routledge, 2015). 

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