Η συγγραφέας: Bessi Mitsikopoulou
This book explores aspects of the complex relationship between language learning and digital media, and addresses the following questions:
What does it mean to teach and learn a foreign language using digital media today?
Can digital media transform language teaching approaches and classroom practices?
What is the role of open content (e.g. in the form of open educational resources and interactive textbooks) in the language classroom?
How can language curricula effectively integrate digital and multimodal literacies? How can language teachers guide learners in conveying multimodal meanings through digital genres?
Adopting a critical rather than an instrumental perspective, this book views digital media as particular types of cultural forms, not as neutral means of delivering information.
The book addresses applied and educational linguists, educators, teacher trainers, foreign language teachers and university undergraduate and postgraduate students who are interested in the use of digital media and technologies in language education. Although most examples are drawn from the field of English language teaching and learning, the issues discussed in the book concern the teaching of all foreign languages.
ΣΧΗΜΑ: 17 x 24 cm | ΣΕΛΙΔΕΣ: 352 | ΕΞΩΦΥΛΛΟ: ΜΑΛΑΚΟ | ISBN: 978-960-635-387-1 | ΕΤΟΣ ΕΚΔΟΣΗΣ: 2022