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Mobile lang lab 2009

  1. 1. The Mobile Language Learning Antwerpen/Copenhagen 1 December 2009 Lene Rybner
  2. 2. About me and previous projects• VDML –• Stella - og• Grammarexplorer –• Dansk på arbejdspladsen – og /• Medics on the Move –• Det mobile Sproglab –• Consultant at UNI-C –
  3. 3. Behaviouristic e-learning model
  4. 4. Cognitive e-learning model
  5. 5. Constructivistic e-learning model
  6. 6. Behavioristic/ Cognitive Sociocognitive/c Structurel constructivistic What is the Make sure there Make sure there is Make sure there primary role of are an unlimited a linguistic input are alternative the computer? number of drill, and analytical contexts for social teacher exercises and interaction; give explanations and tasks. access to existing correcting discourse feedback. environments and create new ones.Kern and Warschauer (13, 2000)
  7. 7. Communicative competence
  8. 8. Danish at the Workplace• Pilot that were investigating the relationship between mobile and stationary technology.• The stationary computer functions as a mothership, while the mobile unit functions as an fighter plane or/and observing satelite• The mobile is an ethnografic tool and ressource bank•
  9. 9. The mobile language Lab –• using mobile technology to create a linke between own and language learning life• 10 model conversations from every day life• knowledge about conversations• analytical tools• practical advice and tips• archive• links
  10. 10. The mobile language lab 2• Analytical (transscription, concordance, grammar in relation to a pragmatic interpretation)• Interpretation• Internalisation – other conversation situations• Perspectivation – own recordings
  11. 11. Online tools we use• CSTs automatisk grammatiske analyseredskab -• Hotpotatoes -• Concordance -• Media converter (from mobile to computer) -• Moviemaker – Windows Moviemaker
  12. 12. Medics on the Move• Leonardo project with partners from Belgium, Sweden, UK, Germany and Denmark• Wiki-media-learning• Conversation tool for foreign doctors working in these countries (in DK for Polish Doctors)• Word corpus based on knowledge share – like Youtube, Wikipedia, and Termshare s/kcl/produkter/termshare.aspx
  13. 13. Other uses of the mobile phone in teaching• Sms-stories• Students make films/stories• Students take pictures• Student record themselves – monologue/dialogue
  14. 14. DictionariesComercial dictionaries
  15. 15. Language applications•••’
  16. 16. Links to other learning uses …•••
  17. 17. Questions to consider …• Is it important that there is a connection between mobile and stationary technology? Why – why not?• Which kind of teaching and materiale works well on the (mobile) technology? Why – why not?• Are some target groups better than others? Why – Why not?• How do we imagine using (mobile) technology in language teaching? How will learners use it? Are teachers interested in doing this?• Which effect does (mobile) technology have on the acquisition? Are we/our students learning better and/or quicker? Is there a need?• How are teachers going to use and yet take into account that learning, information seeking and receiving and work is not limited to a specific time period, but can and does take place all the time? What are the advantages? What are the disadvantages?• NOTABENE – how will (mobile) technology influence the teachers work? How will they organise their teaching and work flow?