This book celebrates the 10th anniversary of the elearning symposium run by the Centre for Languages, Linguistics and Area Studies, based at the University of Southampton, UK. With contributions from practitioners working in universities across the UK and the world, it includes case studies and reflective pieces which showcase good practice in the use of technology for language teaching and learning. This edited collection forms a snapshot of the innovative ideas and approaches which are animating language teaching in Higher Education today.The Digital English project is an experimental writing course intending to facilitate the development of academic attributes such as ... almost one fifth of the total UK student body, with the Chinese student population having increased by 6% in 2012/13 (HESA, 2013). ... This constitutes a challenging leap for many of the presessional students who at the time of entry present 5-5.5 scores in writing and feel just comfortable enough to produce straightforward texts on familiar topics. Settlinganbsp;...
|Title||:||10 years of the LLAS elearning symposium: case studies in good practice|
|Author||:||Kate Borthwick, Erika Corradini, Alison Dickens|
|Publisher||:||Research-publishing.net - 2015-01-15|