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“THEMES
EXPLANATION”
Alumno: David Alejandro Escalante Huchín
Matrícula: 080543
Universidad Autónoma del
Carmen
Unidad Aca...
PREVIEW
The following slides are made with the only purpose of
providing information about the Computer Assisted
Language ...
THREE PHASES OF CALL
 BEHAVIORISTIC CALL
 COMMUNICATIVE CALL
 INTEGRATIVE CALL
BEHAVIORISTIC CALL
 Repeated exposure to the same material is
beneficial or even essential to learning
 A computer is id...
COMMUNICATIVE CALL
 focuses more on using forms rather than on the forms
themselves;
 teaches grammar implicitly rather ...
INTEGRATIVE CALL
 MULTIMEDIA:
 Multimedia technology - exemplified today by the CD-ROM - allows
a variety of media (text...
Information and
Communications Technology
The 4Cs of ICT:
 Computing,
 Connectivity,
 Content, and (human)
 Capacity
OVERVIEW
Together, ICT is roughly 6.6% of the world’s
GDP
ICT is more than computers and telephony – ICT
is embedded in vi...
BIBLIOGRAPHY
 http://www.ict4lt.org/en/warschauer.htm
 https://www.cs.cmu.edu/~rtongia/ICT4SD_Ch_
2--ICT.pdf
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  1. 1. “THEMES EXPLANATION” Alumno: David Alejandro Escalante Huchín Matrícula: 080543 Universidad Autónoma del Carmen Unidad Académica Campus I “TICS APLICADAS A LA ENSEÑANZA DEL IDIOMA INGLÉS”
  2. 2. PREVIEW The following slides are made with the only purpose of providing information about the Computer Assisted Language Learning and Information and Communications Technology.
  3. 3. THREE PHASES OF CALL  BEHAVIORISTIC CALL  COMMUNICATIVE CALL  INTEGRATIVE CALL
  4. 4. BEHAVIORISTIC CALL  Repeated exposure to the same material is beneficial or even essential to learning  A computer is ideal for carrying out repeated drills, since the machine does not get bored with presenting the same material and since it can provide immediate non-judgmental feedback  A computer can present such material on an individualized basis, allowing students to proceed at their own pace and freeing up class time for other activities
  5. 5. COMMUNICATIVE CALL  focuses more on using forms rather than on the forms themselves;  teaches grammar implicitly rather than explicitly;  allows and encourages students to generate original utterances rather than just manipulate prefabricated language;  does not judge and evaluate everything the students nor reward them with congratulatory messages, lights, or bells;  avoids telling students they are wrong and is flexible to a variety of student responses;  uses the target language exclusively and creates an environment in which using the target language feels natural, both on and off the screen;  ill never try to do anything that a book can do just as well.
  6. 6. INTEGRATIVE CALL  MULTIMEDIA:  Multimedia technology - exemplified today by the CD-ROM - allows a variety of media (text, graphics, sound, animation, and video) to be accessed on a single machine. What makes multimedia even more powerful is that it also entails hypermedia. That means that the multimedia resources are all linked together and that learners can navigate their own path simply by pointing and clicking a mouse.  INTERNET:  Computer Mediated Communication allows users to share not only brief messages, but also lengthy (formatted or unformatted) documents - thus facilitating collaborative writing - and also graphics, sounds, and video.
  7. 7. Information and Communications Technology The 4Cs of ICT:  Computing,  Connectivity,  Content, and (human)  Capacity
  8. 8. OVERVIEW Together, ICT is roughly 6.6% of the world’s GDP ICT is more than computers and telephony – ICT is embedded in virtually all industrial, commercial, and services systems. ICT is a fundamental part of economic growth, especially for the so-termed knowledge economy.
  9. 9. BIBLIOGRAPHY  http://www.ict4lt.org/en/warschauer.htm  https://www.cs.cmu.edu/~rtongia/ICT4SD_Ch_ 2--ICT.pdf

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