Citlaly Alejandra Ontiveros Vázquez Oscar Leonel Sierra Soria
What is Assisted Language Learning Computer? Also known as CALL by its initials in English, refers to a new academic field focused on the exploration of technological means designed for the purpose of teaching and learning languages
To provide an optimal use of technology in education, the teacher should make use of tools, and interactive applications and multimedia content available to students. What is the role of the teacher / tutor in CALL?
As if part of the student must engage in the use of multiple technological tools to harness the resources used in the CALL in order to gain a broader learning language What is the role of students in CALL?
What is the role of technology? Technology is a powerful tool in learning a language to the extent that this is properly used because it provides multiple tools that the teacher can take advantage and turn the student can consult when required for learning.
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sources : Citlaly Alejandra Ontiveros Vázquez Oscar Leonel Sierra Soria Declaración de poliza articulada por EUROCALL, CALICO, IALL surgida de un seminario de investigación en ALAO 30 abril a 1 mayo, 1999 Universidad de Essen, Alemania Documento traducido al Español por Juliet A. Falce-Robinson con la ayuda de Sonia Colina, Eva Dam Jensen, Barbara Lafford, Cristina Perez Guillot, y Thora Vintner Aviable at: http://calico.org/CALL_document-Spanish.pdf [Accessed 20 February 2011]. Imágenes: http://www.colonytheatre.org/shows/ShowPhotos/educatingRita.jpg [Accessed 20 February 2011]. http://www.grantmoneyforme.com/images/graduates.jpg [Accessed 20 February 2011]. http://www.jeanieformissouri.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/education.jpg [Accessed 20 February 2011]. http://www.gagagear.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/08/tephone.jpg [Accessed 20 February 2011]. http://zonaio.com/imagenes/2010/08/technology1.jpg [Accessed 20 February 2011].