Phùng Văn Huy                          phunghuy.edu@gmail.comFaculty of Foreign Languages, Thai Nguyen University
“People do not learn a language then use it,…                          … but they learn by using it.”                     ...
1   = 15 [30; 60; 45]      30          ?         Credit-based systemMore than    400               students of English/ye...
1. Divide Unshaded portion of ‘A’ into                                TWO equal & identical parts.                        ...
Informal                               Non-formal                               FormalCEC | Community English Club        ...
Social Development Theory   Lev Vygotsky (1896-1934)
Second Language Acquisition
Community of PracticeIt is through the process of sharing information andexperiences with the group that the members learn...
learning throughpractice and participation     situated learning
Situated learning     I hear, I know     Cognition                                              Deeper                    ...
Factors of a successful CoP                Individuals                               SocialCollaboration                  ...
Concept of CoP••                     ?
Social Media use          2 Billion views/day           24 hours/minute
CEC | Community English Club   Sharing knowledge  Connecting community
Sharing knowledge, connecting communityCEC | Community English Club         Sharing knowledge  Connecting community
CEC | Community English Club   Sharing knowledge  Connecting community
Application                                     form                   Participation                 interview            ...
Blendedsolution
Levels of participation                          Core members                          Active members                     ...
Out of the box           CEC                  BBC                 DVD
Emotions & motivation
interestsgoalsMembers……..
Peer Education
“The illiterate of the 21st century will not bethose who cannot read or write,………but those who cannot learn, unlearn and r...
Crawford, K. (1996) Vygotskian approaches to human development in the information era. EducationalStudies in Mathematics. ...
Student Empowerment: International Conference
Student Empowerment: International Conference
Student Empowerment: International Conference
Student Empowerment: International Conference
Student Empowerment: International Conference
Student Empowerment: International Conference
Student Empowerment: International Conference
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Student Empowerment: International Conference

  1. 1. Phùng Văn Huy phunghuy.edu@gmail.comFaculty of Foreign Languages, Thai Nguyen University
  2. 2. “People do not learn a language then use it,… … but they learn by using it.” anonymous Copyright © 2012. Phùng Huy. All rights reserved.
  3. 3. 1 = 15 [30; 60; 45]  30 ? Credit-based systemMore than 400 students of English/year > < 37teachersMini-survey: 95% students of Englishwant a language-using environment (Thuyen, 2010) Photo: Tuan Dung Dz
  4. 4. 1. Divide Unshaded portion of ‘A’ into TWO equal & identical parts. 2. Divide Unshaded portion of ‘B’ into THREE equal & identical parts. 3. Divide Unshaded portion of ‘C’ into FOUR equal & identical parts. Clues : The solution is not in the form of triangles. The solution lies in the problem itself.4. Divide ‘D’ into SEVEN equal & identical parts.Clues : The solution is not in the form of triangles.
  5. 5. Informal Non-formal FormalCEC | Community English Club Sharing knowledge  Connecting community
  6. 6. Social Development Theory Lev Vygotsky (1896-1934)
  7. 7. Second Language Acquisition
  8. 8. Community of PracticeIt is through the process of sharing information andexperiences with the group that the members learn fromeach other, and have an opportunity to developthemselves personally and professionally . (Lave & Wenger, 1991)
  9. 9. learning throughpractice and participation situated learning
  10. 10. Situated learning I hear, I know Cognition Deeper Auditory Learning Visual KinaestheticI see, I remember I do, I understand Memory Meta Cognition
  11. 11. Factors of a successful CoP Individuals SocialCollaboration presence Motivation
  12. 12. Concept of CoP•• ?
  13. 13. Social Media use 2 Billion views/day 24 hours/minute
  14. 14. CEC | Community English Club Sharing knowledge  Connecting community
  15. 15. Sharing knowledge, connecting communityCEC | Community English Club Sharing knowledge  Connecting community
  16. 16. CEC | Community English Club Sharing knowledge  Connecting community
  17. 17. Application form Participation interview basic trainingCEC | Community English Club Sharing knowledge  Connecting community
  18. 18. Blendedsolution
  19. 19. Levels of participation Core members Active members Regular members
  20. 20. Out of the box CEC BBC DVD
  21. 21. Emotions & motivation
  22. 22. interestsgoalsMembers……..
  23. 23. Peer Education
  24. 24. “The illiterate of the 21st century will not bethose who cannot read or write,………but those who cannot learn, unlearn and relearn.” Alvin Toffler, American writer and futurist (1928- ) Copyright © 2012. Phùng Huy. All rights reserved.
  25. 25. Crawford, K. (1996) Vygotskian approaches to human development in the information era. EducationalStudies in Mathematics. (31) 43-62.Lave, Jean; Wenger, Etienne (1991). Situated Learning: Legitimate Peripheral Participation. Cambridge: CambridgeUniversity Press. ISBN 0521423740. http://books.google.com/?id=CAVIOrW3vYAC. ; first published in 1990 as Institutefor Research on Learning report 90-0013Kimble, Chris; Hildreth, Paul; Bourdon, Isabelle (2008). Communities of Practice: Creating Learning Environments forEducators. Information Age Publishing. ISBN 1593118635. http://www.chris-kimble.com/CLEE/ToC.html.

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