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Technology for the Language Classroom

Creating a 21st Century Learning Experience

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 256
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Applied Linguistics for the Language Classroom

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This volume in the ALLC series offers current and soon-to-be professionals in the ESL / EFL field a comprehensive guide to how to make the best use of technology to enhance the English language learning experience. The book...

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This volume in the ALLC series offers current and soon-to-be professionals in the ESL / EFL field a comprehensive guide to how to make the best use of technology to enhance the English language learning experience. The book has a predominant focus on practical insights that are based on successful real-life experiences at the classroom and study program level, including contributions from teachers in various countries. Nevertheless, there is also a strong foundation in existing research and literature as they relate to the needs of English language teachers. To promote reflective and exploratory practice, there is plenty of 'food-for-thought' for the reader. Although pre-service and in-service teachers represent the primary audience, the book is likely to be just as useful for language program administrators, researchers, curriculum and materials writers, and e-learning developers.

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The only book in this area to link the theoretical knowledge of applied linguistics to the practical needs of language teachers in the classroom

The author is Academic Manager of the ICPNA in Peru, the largest binational centre in the world and the first to obtain CEA Accreditation

The book offers practical insights and experiential narratives related to the successful implementation of technology in the real world, with a strong foundation in existing research and literature

1. The 21st century learning experience.-  2. The classroom as a technology center
3. Fostering autonomous learning
4. Curricular vetting for online and mobile learning
5. Technology for speaking and listening
6. Technology for reading and writing
7. Language, principles, and technology
8. Technology for assessment, evaluation, and proficiency testing
9. Professional development for teachers through technology.

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Originally from Queens, New York, Leo entered the field more than 20 years ago. Over the years, he has worked as a teacher, program administrator and director, project manager, proficiency rater/examiner, and consultant. In the area of educational technology, he has led the design, development, and successful implementation of online language learning platforms for diverse constituents, including a large international telecommunications company and a network of international universities. He has also instituted large-scale, nationwide blended learning programs for government agencies as well as technology-centred curricula at several language centres. Leo has authored/co-authored more than 20 publications and...

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Originally from Queens, New York, Leo entered the field more than 20 years ago. Over the years, he has worked as a teacher, program administrator and director, project manager, proficiency rater/examiner, and consultant. In the area of educational technology, he has led the design, development, and successful implementation of online language learning platforms for diverse constituents, including a large international telecommunications company and a network of international universities. He has also instituted large-scale, nationwide blended learning programs for government agencies as well as technology-centred curricula at several language centres. Leo has authored/co-authored more than 20 publications and regularly presents at international conferences.

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