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Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL)

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Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL)

  1. 1. BY: NORIEL REINA
  2. 2. Each time is implementedmedias and resources that helpteachers to provide a high qualityof education. No doubt,technology offers interactiveways to teach in a fun way andthat is why in this video will bepresented the most relevantaspects about CALL such astypes and activities of CALL thatmotivate students to becomemore competent in the Englishlanguage.
  3. 3. CALL has come toencompass issues of materialsdesign, technologies, pedagogical theories and modes ofinstruction. Materials forCALL can include thosewhich are purpose-made forlanguage learning and thosewhich adapt existingcomputer-basedmaterials, video and othermaterials.
  4. 4. CALL is importantnowadays because it offers avariety of resources to improveour skills, for instancepronunciation due that CALLhas the required programs to bemore communicative and learnthe language easily. CALLprograms to improvepronunciation are AmericanSpeech Sound and Ellis MasterPronunciation.
  5. 5. Help students becomemore involved in the taskat hand.Thereby facilitating thenecessity of effectivecommunication within agroup setting.
  6. 6. O Creates studentprojects.O Research informationO provide contextO Investment of moneyO Investment of timeO Uncertainty of results.
  7. 7. COMPUTER-MEDIATEDCOMMUNICATION (CMC)PROGRAMSCALL-SPECIFICSOFTWARE-WEB-BASED LEARNINGPROGRAMSGENERIC SOFTWARE
  8. 8. Multiple-choice & true/falsequizzesGap-filling exercise/clozeMatchingRe-ordering/sequencingCrossword puzzlesGamesSimulationsWriting & word-processingConcordanceWeb quests/searchingWeb publishingOnline communication
  9. 9. Computer as tutor for language drills or skill practice.Computer as a tool for writing, presenting, andresearching.Computer as a medium of global communicationBased on the then-dominant behaviorist theories oflearning. Repetition DrillBased on the communicative approach to teaching. Nodrill format
  10. 10. An increased emphasis on electronic literacy.The increased incorporation of Intelligent CALL intothe classroom.
  11. 11. The history of ComputerAssisted Language Learningsuggests that the computer canserve a variety of uses for languageteaching. It can be a tutor whichoffers language drills or skillpractice; a stimulus for discussionand interaction; or a tool for writingand research. With the advent of theInternet, it can also be a medium ofglobal communication and a sourceof limitless authentic materials.

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