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Title Cross-cultural perspectives on technology-enhanced language learning [electronic resource] / Dara Tafazoli, M. Elena Gomez Parra, and Cristina A. Huertas-Abril
Imprint Hershey, Pennsylvania : IGI Global, 2018
book jacket
Descript 1 online resource (xxvii, 403 p.)
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Section 1. Frameworks for cross-cultural communication. Chapter 1. Cross-cultural perspectives on technology-enhanced language learning: a review of research ; Chapter 2. Cross-cultural languages behind technology-enhanced language learning ; Chapter 3. Marking community identity through languaging: authentic norms in TELL ; Chapter 4. Universal and specific codes of cultural context in audio-visual media: collision and mutual enrichment in international technology-enhanced language learning ; Chapter 5. Connected learners: online and off-line learning with a focus on politeness intercultural competences ; Chapter 6. Issues of cross-cultural communications in a globalizing era -- Section 2. Tools and environments for cross-cultural communication. Chapter 7. Social networking sites: cross-cultural perspectives, implications, and applicable frameworks for l2 teaching and learning ; Chapter 8. Effect of GI and glogster on improving the intercultural communication skills in higher education ; Chapter 9. The foreign language learning potential of video games: FL games as cross-cultural texts, narratives, and artifacts ; Chapter 10. Mobile-assisted language learning: challenges and setbacks in Developing Countries ; Chapter 11. Mixed reality environments in teaching and learning English ; Chapter 12. It's all in the numbers: enhancing technology use in urban and rural environments ; Chapter 13. A conceptual reference framework for sustainability education in multilingual and cross-cultural settings: applied technology, transmedia, and digital storytelling ; Chapter 14. Fostering intercultural competence through art and ICT among university students in Spain and Finland -- Section 3. Telecollaboration for cross-cultural communication. Chapter 15. Intercultural learning via videoconferencing: students' attitudes and experiences ; Chapter 16. Collaborative writing 2.0: socializing critical, cross-cultural agents through online, project-based methodology ; Chapter 17. Using telecollaboration 2.0 to build intercultural communicative competence: a Spanish-American exchange ; Chapter 18. Examining international telecollaboration in language teacher education
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"This book covers the main issues in language learning and teaching based on technology tools and programs. It addresses the application and implementation of research methodologies within English language classrooms in different cultures around the world. The main focus is the review, quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods studies which meet the needs of applied linguists"-- Provided by publisher
Subject English language -- Computer-assisted instruction
English language -- Study and teaching -- Foreign speakers
Alt Author Tafazoli, Dara, 1985- editor
Gomez-Parra, M. Elena, 1970- editor
Huertas-Abril, Cristina A., 1987- editor
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