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(3) Language learning Grammar Vocabulary Language skills Phonology
Interactive practice materials
Upside Downside analytical learners anytime practice instant feedback good for ‘crisp’ areas tracking tools ‘falsify’ language over-emphasise one area stimulus-response qualitative vs quantative
Vocabulary – storage & review
Listening Choice – how many times Choice - with or without sub-titles
Writing Collaborative writing
Controversial areas Could a computer replace a teacher?
Has technology made writing worse? (txt me l8ter) Should we read on-screen? Is it better to learn on-line? Will course books disappear?
Brookes Virtual Synchronous Asynchronous Same time same place
Same time different place Different time different place Same place different time Asynchronous
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