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Teaching CALL ELAC

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Jhon Quintero

on 25 October 2012

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Transcript of Teaching CALL ELAC

TEACHING CULTURE THROUGH CALL (TCC) CULTURE - WHAT to know about TCC?
- WHEN did TCC become important?
- WHO are implied?
- WHY to teach CC?
- HOW to teach CC?
- WHICH tools we can use? WHAT?

Concepts:
Culture through CALL
Intercultural
Intercultural Communicative Competence (ICC)
Acculturation
Intercultural speaker
Global Communication
Asynchronous
Synchronous
Sociocultural
Social learning Do you think a language is associated with one nation? Do you think virtual communities develop their own cultures? "Cultural understanding can only be acquired through residence abroad"

What do you think about this quote? WHEN?
Vigotsky - Sociocultural approach

Past decade - Online interaction HOW?
Three broad types of activities:
- Access and produce
- Communicate and collaborate
- Bridge Initially TCC was approached using multimedia CD-roms or video technologies. Learners could acquire knowledge about cultural products and practices. Before:
Cd-roms
Videos

Now:
Social web....
"anyone with Internet access can now publish their thoughts, works and texts online". WHICH tools?
Multimedia.

Teachers should bring the culture as close ans as authentically as possible to students in the classroom. Telecollaboration:
Involve language learners in geographically distant locations engaging in bilingual, bicultural exchanges. CONCLUSION
Main goal: To help students become intercultural communicators. "Let students go"
Example:
- Bring cultural products to class.
- Analyze them.
- Send them back into the web. WHO?
- Teachers
- Students
- Native speakers WHY?
The U.S. government.
"promote intercultural dialogues"
The modern Language association
"To understand people and their communities
- For having effective communication
- Tolerance and respect Risks
"...We are exposing to our students to risks that do not exist in the protected environment of the classroom" Assessment:
- Dossier
- Self-evaluation DEVELOPING INTERCULTURAL COMPETENCE THROUGH CALL Demonstration http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Francophonie Allez sur: WORKSHOP
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