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Importance of CALL on Applied Linguistics field

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    Importance of CALL on Applied Linguistics field Importance of CALL on Applied Linguistics field Presentation Transcript

    • importance of callon the appliedlingusiticsfield.
    • OVERVIEW.
      • Meaning OF CALL.
      • Brief history of CALL
      • A tutor-tool framework.
      • Relation between CALL and Applied Linguistics.
    • Meaning of call.
      Call is the area of appliedlinguisticsconcernedwith the use of computersfor teaching and learning a second language.
    • BRIEF HISTORY OF CALL.
      -ProgrammedLogicforAutomated Teaching Operations (PLATO), 1960s and early 1970s.-Time-shared, Interactive, ComputerControlledInformationTelevision (TICCIT) project, 1971.
      -Storyboard and Hypercard,1980s.
    • A tutor –toolframework
      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 APPLIED LINGUISTICS.
      -Digital Natives.
      -Relationship among computers, students, and instructors.
      -Sociocultural perspectives on CALL.
    • Bibliographicsources
      Beatty, K. (2003). Teaching and ResearchingComputer-Assisted Language Learning. Edinbourgh: LongmanPearson.
      Chapelle, C., & Jamieson, J. (2008). Tips for teaching with CALL: A practical approaches to Computer-Assisted Language learning. New York: Pearson Longman.
      Egbert, J. & Mikel, G. (Eds). (2005). CALL: Researchperspectives. London: Lawrence ErlbaumAssociates.
       
    • Bibliographicsources
      Levy, M. (1997) Computer Assisted Language Learning: Concept and Conceptualization. New York: Oxford.
      Davies, A. & Elder C. (Eds). (2005). The Handbook of AppliedLinguistics. Oxford Blackwell Publishing.
      Cameron, K. (1999) Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL): Media, design, and applications. TheNetherlands: Swets and ZeitlingerPublishers.