Cata de lenguas extranjeras presentaciones

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Cata de lenguas extranjeras presentaciones

  1. 1. CATA DE LENGUAS EXTRANJERAS UNIVERSIDAD DE LOS ANDES NÚCLEO UNIVERSITARIO “RAFAEL RANGEL” I CONGRESO NACIONAL DE DOCENTES E INVESTIGADORES EN LA TECNOLOGÍA APLICADA A LA ENSEÑANZA DE LENGUAS EXTRANJERAS Autor: Carlos Araujo Junio, 2013
  2. 2. Technologies of Information and Communication LEARNING AND KNOWLEDGE
  3. 3. Sucessful comunication and Interaccions
  4. 4. Self Taught or Autodidactic Learning Capacities and intellectual abilities Autonomy Autodidactic Learning
  5. 5. Shorten the distances among the internet users and the countries, their cultures and their languages
  6. 6. E-learning E-Learning • Radio • Television • Internet Multimedia Resources Professor
  7. 7. Advantages of the Autodidactic Learning Learn with Freedom Select the Information Research and Learn Qualify Yourself Effective Learning
  8. 8. The Origin of the Languages • The Babel Tower Fuente: Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre http://www. Wikipedia.org
  9. 9. Romance Languages Fuente: http://www.taringa.net
  10. 10. Dispersion of the Languages En la actualidad se hablan más de unas seis mil lenguas en nuestro mundo. Fuente: http://www.taringa.net
  11. 11. CONCEPTOS, VARIACIÓN LÉXICA Y CULTURAL DEL ESPAÑOL
  12. 12. The first ten languages of the world Number of speakers: Mandarin Chinese (885 millions) English (322 millions) Spanish (266 millions) Bengali (189 millions), The hindí (182 millions), The Portuguese (170 millions) Russian (170 millions) Japanese (125 millions) German (98 millions) and Thewu Chinese (77 millions). Fuente: Enciclopedia Ethnologue: http://www.ethnologue.org/web.asp
  13. 13. The first ten languages of the world Number of speakers: Mandarin Chinese (845 millions) Spanish (329 millions) English (328 millions) The Hindi-Urdu (240 millions) Arabic (232 millions) Bengali (181 millions) The Portuguese (178 millions) Russian (144 millions) Japanese (122 millions) Punyabí (109 millions) Fuente: Enciclopedia Ethnologue: http://www.ethnologue.org/web.asp
  14. 14. Languages more spoken by number of countries / domains where the language has an official status 1 English (64) 2. French (43) 3. Arabic (26) 4. Spanish (21) 5. Russian / Portuguese (11) The influence of the European colonies in the linguistic map of the world. The languages with a great number of speaking native as Japanese and the Mandarin, they didn't travel a lot beyond Asia, contrary to the languages of western Europe that the colonists extended for all the corners of the world. Fuente: Enciclopedia Ethnologue: http://www.ethnologue.org/web.asp
  15. 15. On Line Languages The most popular languages in internet according to the number of users. 1. English (27,3%) 2. Chinese (22,6%) 3. Spanish (7,8%) 4. Japanese (5,3%) 5. Portuguese (4,3%) 6. German (4,0%) 7. Arabic (3,3%) 8. French (3,2%) 9. Russian (2,5%) 10. Korean (2,1%) Fuente: Enciclopedia Ethnologue: http://www.ethnologue.org/web.asp
  16. 16. Effective Tool of Communication Fuente: II Segundo Encuentro Internacional Lenguas y Contemporaneidad 2013
  17. 17. IT IS NEVER LATE TO LEARN A LANGUAGE… … Now you choose which will be your next challenge!!!

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