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Pedagogical concerns
for classroom
practice
This considers the role of the
computer as a kind of virtual
teacher, and most teachers see the
computer as a complementa...
Software objectives

The empirical record supports the inductive
approach of constructivism design. There
are to make a de...
Making better use of
existing materials

In order for learners to
learn, they need to
reflect upon their
learning in discu...
Establishing an environment where CALL may take place

The environment of traditional schools is not usually or ideally su...
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Pedagogical concerns for classroom practice

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Pedagogical concerns for classroom practice

  1. 1. Pedagogical concerns for classroom practice
  2. 2. This considers the role of the computer as a kind of virtual teacher, and most teachers see the computer as a complementary tool, not an alternative. Different software programs have been a teacher’s helper, a guide, an instrument, a teaching tool, but with clearly limits.
  3. 3. Software objectives The empirical record supports the inductive approach of constructivism design. There are to make a decision about what kind of software programs to include in a classroom as well as to create contracts for learning. The categories include basic skills of reading, writing, speaking and listening as well as the more general category of computer literacy
  4. 4. Making better use of existing materials In order for learners to learn, they need to reflect upon their learning in discussion with teachers and peers, in diaries and in reports. Through reflction, learners begin to examine learning materials and their strategies for approaching them, thus benefiting even when a CALL program or online learning resource does not meet their language needs When a CALL program is not suitable, learners and teachers might need to examine ways in which it can be adapted.
  5. 5. Establishing an environment where CALL may take place The environment of traditional schools is not usually or ideally suited to the delivery of call or other types of computer aided learning in a collaborative context. What is necessary for collaboration at the computer to take place is an environment which matches the social and interactive nature of CALL activities Individual laptop, flexible learning environments where students are free to study anywhere, allowing a group of students the collaborative opportunity to excitedly discuss and negociate
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