IMPORTANCE OF CALL ON THE
APPLIED LINGUSITICS FIELD.
- Meaning OF CALL.
- Brief history of CALL
- A tutor-tool framework.
-Relation between CALL and
MEANING OF CALL.
Call is the area of applied linguistics
concerned with the use of computers
for teaching and learning a second
BRIEF HISTORY OF CALL.
-Programmed Logic for Automated Teaching
Operations (PLATO), 1960s and early 1970s.
-Time-shared, Interactive, Computer
Controlled Information Television (TICCIT)
-Storyboard and Hypercard,1980s.
A TUTOR –TOOL FRAMEWORK
As a Tutor: Provider of a variety of
programmes to practice and evaluate skills
in different formats.
AS a Tool: Instrumental use of computers.
It includes the word processor, the database
and the spread sheet.
RELATION BETWEEN CALL AND
-Relationship among computers,
students, and instructors.
-Sociocultural perspectives on CALL.
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