Teaching language and teaching literature in virtual environments / María Luisa Carrió-Pastor, editor.
Contributor(s): Carrió-Pastor, María Luisa [editor.]Material type: TextPublisher: Singapore : Springer, Copyright date: c2019Description: xxi, 293 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeSubject(s): Linguistics | Web-based instruction | Language and languages -- Study and teaching | Literature -- Study and teaching | Humanities: English March2020Genre/Form: Electronic books.DDC classification: 371.3344678
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Section 1. Methodology Design for Second Language Teaching in Virtual Environments.- Chapter 1. Using Technology for Second Language Vocabulary Learning.- Chapter 2. Practicing the Oral Production Skills in E-learning Contexts: Is It Still An Achilles' Heel?.- Chapter 3. Language Learning in the Virtual Wild.- Chapter 4. Best Practices in the Use of Augmented and Virtual Reality Technologies for SLA: Design, Implementation, and Feedback.- Chapter 5. Integrating 'Talk Abroad' into Intermediate Foreign Language Courses: Building Learner Autonomy and Engagement Through Video Conversations with Native Speakers.- Chapter 6. How to Assess L2 Prior Knowledge in Virtual Environments? A Case Study in Higher Education.- Section 2. Tools for Second/ Foreign Language Teaching in Virtual Environments.- Chapter 7. Teaching English by Skype: Theoretical and Practical Considerations.- Chapter 8. Fragment and Language Teaching.- Chapter 9. Self-assessing Soft Skills Through Tele-collaboration.- Chapter 10. Mobile Assisted Language Learning Innovations in L1/L2 Self-learning: the Case of the Catalan Language.- Chapter 11. Formal vs. Informal E-Tandem Learning Models: A Comparative Analysis of Two Online Videoconferencing Options for Conversational Practice with Native Speakers.- Chapter 12. How to 'Gamify' Moodle Language Teaching and Learning?.- Section 3. Specific Second Language Teaching in Virtual Environments.- Chapter 13. Computer-Assisted Language Tool in a Virtual Environment: Maritime English Training and Assessment through the SMCP Training App.- Chapter 14. Tools for Teaching English as a Specific Language with Collaborative Networks.- Chapter 15. Teacher Training for CLIL in Higher Education through Blended Learning.- Chapter 16. Project-based Learning in a Virtual Classroom: the Case of English for Tourism Communication.- Chapter 17. University Language Teachers' Digital Identities, Presence, and Access, in Online Teaching Environments in Sweden.- Section 4. Literature Teaching in Virtual Environments.- Chapter 18. Digital Storytelling and Book Trailers: New Methodological Possibilities of Research and Innovation in Contemporary Literary Education.- Chapter 19. Poetry in a Virtual Environment: From Students' Reluctance to Their Acquiescence.- Chapter 20. Reflexion, Analysis and Language Practice: From Individual Critical Thinking to Collaborative Learning Using Blogs in a Literature Class.- Concluding Remarks: What is the Future of Technology and Education?.