Computer Assisted Language Learning

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Computer Assisted Language Learning. Aprilia Kartika Putri 12252/09. 1. DEFINITION AND CONCEPT OF CALL. The principles to use CALL in English classroom are:. Example of CALL use in language classroom:. 2. History of CALL. 1. Structural / Restricted CALL (1960s -1970s). - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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<p>Slide 1</p> <p>Computer Assisted Language Learning </p> <p>Aprilia Kartika Putri12252/091. DEFINITION AND CONCEPT OF CALLThe principles to use CALL in English classroom are:3Example of CALL use in language classroom:</p> <p>42. History of CALLMethod: Grammar-Translation &amp; Audio-lingualUse of Computers: Drilling exercises, quizzesObjective: AccuracyTeachers Role: Monitor</p> <p>Characteristics: A computer is used to carry out repeated drills and provide correct/incorrect feedback.A computer is used as a tutor . Minimum interaction with other students.</p> <p>1. Structural / Restricted CALL (1960s -1970s)Method: Communicative Language TeachingUse of Computers: Simulations, games, CMC: email, chatroomsObjective: FluencyTeachers Role: Monitor / Facilitator</p> <p>Characteristics: Grammar is taught implicitly.Computers are used to stimulate discussion, writing or critical thinking.Feedback is flexible, depends on students progressComputers are used as a tool.</p> <p>2. Communicative / Open CALL (1980s -1990s)Method: Content-based and ESP/EAPUse of Computers: CMC, Web-based programs, SkypeObjective: AgencyMultimedia CALL It encourages more authentic learning environment by using different media. Language skills are easily integrated through multimedia.Students have a high degree of control over their learning through hypermedia. It facilitates a principle focus on the content without sacrificing a secondary focus on language form. </p> <p>3. Integrative/ Integrated CALL (1990s-present)WEB-based CALL It provides 1:1, 1:many, communication channels. Students can easily search authentic materials based on their own personal interests. Students can use the Web to publish their texts or multimedia materials to share with partner classes or with the general public and get meaningful feedback.</p> <p>3. Integrative/ Integrated CALL..(cont)3. Types of CALLMultimedia CALL It encourages more authentic learning environment by using different media. Language skills are easily integrated through multimedia.Students have a high degree of control over their learning through hypermedia. It facilitates a principle focus on the content without sacrificing a secondary focus on language form.10Types of CALLWEB-based CALL It provides 1:1, 1:many, communication channels. Students can easily search authentic materials based on their own personal interests. Students can use the Web to publish their texts or multimedia materials to share with partner classes or with the general public and get meaningful feedback.11Types of CALLWEB-based CALL (CMC &amp; WEB)It provides 1:1, 1:many, communication channels. Students can easily search authentic materials based on their own personal interests. Students can use the Web to publish their texts or multimedia materials to share with partner classes or with the general public and get meaningful feedback.121. Teaching with one computer in the class - delivery of content (PowerPoint, word- processor, Webpages, etc.) - classroom activities/discussions mediated by the computer - Interactive whiteboard</p> <p>2 . Teaching in the computer network room - task-based group work /activities - computer-mediated communication (CMC): asynchronous/synchronous - tandem learning 3. Self-access learning (independent learning) - drills and exercises - word processing - resource searching4. Distance learning - delivering online course content - CMC activities: email, discussion forum, chat rooms - tandem learning - community building</p> <p>1.multiple-choice &amp; true/false quizzes2. gap-filling exercise/cloze3. matching4. re-ordering/sequencing5. crossword puzzles6. games7. simulations 8. writing &amp; word-processing9. web quests/searching10.web publishing11.online communication (synchronous and asynchronous)BIBLIOGRAPHYDavies, G. (2008). CALL (computer assisted language learning). Retrieved February 6, 2013, from http://www.llas.ac.uk/resources/gpg/61</p> <p>Unit 1. Introduction to Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL). (2004). Retrieved February 6, 2013, from http://www2.nkfust.edu.tw/~emchen/CALL/unit1.htm#program</p> <p>Hubbard, P. (2009). GENERAL INTRODUCTION. Retrieved February 6, 2013, from http://www.stanford.edu/~efs/callcc/callcc-intro.pdf</p> <p>THANK YOU!</p>

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