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  • 1. THE ROLE OF THE COMPUTER
  • 2. THE ROLE OF THE COMPUTER
    • Tutor Tool Tutee
  • 3. COMPUTER AS A TUTOR
    • Based on behaviourism and programmed instructions
    • Has to be programmed by an expert in programming and in the subject
    • Presents subject material  student´s response  evaluation
  • 4. COMPUTER AS A TOOL
    • Basis for computer´s widespread acceptance and use
    • Has to be programmed with some useful capability
    •  to help in a variety of subjects
  • 5. COMPUTER AS A TUTEE
    • To tutor the computer
    • The tutor has to learn to programme
  • 6. POINTS OF DEPARTURE
  • 7. POINTS OF DEPARTURE
    • Kecskés & Agócs
    • Understanding relation between form and meaning
    • STOBI
  • 8. POINTS OF DEPARTURE
    • Higgins
    • Reading skill development
    • Storyboard/ eclipse
    • Clarke
    • Venture-reader
  • 9. POINTS OF DEPARTURE
    • Merrill
    • Theory of instruction educational applications
    • TICCIT
  • 10. POINTS OF DEPARTURE
    • St. John & Cash
    • Pen Pals Project utilizing language pairs
    • Tandem Network
  • 11. POINTS OF DEPARTURE
    • Mitterer
    • diverse theories and knowledge has to be integrated