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Technology-Based Learning Environments for Young English Learners

Connections In and Out of School

by L. Leann Parker

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  • 13 Currently reading

Published by Lawrence Erlbaum .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • ELT: teaching theory & methods,
  • Education,
  • Education / Teaching,
  • Language Arts / Linguistics / Literacy,
  • Computers & Technology,
  • General,
  • Teaching Methods & Materials - Language Arts,
  • Elementary,
  • Computer-assisted instruction for foreign speakers,
  • English language,
  • Foreign speakers,
  • Study and teaching,
  • Technological innovations

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages336
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11281409M
    ISBN 100805862331
    ISBN 109780805862331

    The TeachSmart® Learning System is an education research-based interactive whiteboard with hands-on technology, and the only pre-K educational software accredited by SMART™ Technologies at the highest Select Level. It is a virtual learning center with over one thousand activities children can access with a single touch. Learning environments include all of the relationships with people and all of the various interactions with materials in all of the settings in which people grow and learn. Children and youth vary in prior experiences, rates of development, learning styles, and interests.

    Are you daunted by the prospect of teaching English to very young children? Sheona Gilmour, lead educator on our new online course for teachers and parents, offers a few tips. Teaching English to very young children can be challenging, especially if you haven't done any training for the early years classroom.. The first time I walked into a kindergarten, I didn’t want to go back the next day. Learner-Centered Environments. Learner-centered environments pay close attention to the needs of the student. Students bring culture, beliefs, attitudes, skills, and knowledge to the learning.

    Ottley, Kevin // Modern English Teacher;Jul, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p5. The article focuses on the use of digital technology in the English language training classroom. It discusses an interview with the students on the technologies they use inside and outside the classroom. ). These theories have in common goals of increasing autonomy for learners and giving a high priority to satisfying learners' needs, but they emphasize different factors. The humanistic school stresses the emotional factors which may inhibit learning and the need for a highly supportive and respectful environment to enable learners to validate.


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Technology-Based Learning Environments for Young English Learners by L. Leann Parker Download PDF EPUB FB2

@contents: Selected Contets: Preface and Acknowledgments List of Contributors CHAPTER 1: Introduction: Technology-Based Learning Environments for Young English Learners In and Out of School (Leann Parker, University of California, Berkeley) CHAPTER 2: Technology and Literacy Development of Latino Youth (Richard Duran, University of California, Santa Barbara) REFLECTION: Literacy and English.

Technology-Mediated Learning Environments for Young English-Language Learners is targeted to researchers, educators, and policymakers in the areas of elementary education, after-school learning, second-language teaching and learning, English language and literacy development, and : L. Leann Parker.

Technology-Based Learning Environments for Young English Learners book purpose of the Advanced Study Institute was to bring together a small number of senior lecturers and advanced graduate students to investigate and discuss the psychological and educational foundations of technology-based learning environments and to draw the implications of recent research findings in the area of cognitive science for the.

Technology-mediated learning environments for young English learners: connections in and out of school. [Leann Parker;] -- "This book explores issues related to the use of technologies to support young second-language learners and looks at.

Technology-Mediated Learning Environments for Young English LearnersConnections In and Out of SchoolBy: Marsha Walker. Some researchers have examined the structure and components of e-books available on the market in relation to ideal parameters.

7,8,9 Others have reviewed the evidence regarding the effectiveness of e-books on children's story comprehension, language and early literacy learning. 10,11,12,13 Other researchers have developed e-books for research. • Young Learners, Teenagers, Music, ESL Songs For Teaching English It's a worksheet to cheer up and motivate your students, to distract from the boring routine studying.

It isn't a very easy song to work with but almost every child knows the tune and loves to sin 5/5(1). Creating Effective Teaching and Learning Environments FirsT rEsuLTs From TALis T eaching A nd L earning I nternational S urvey.

English learning software boost. A recent report predicts that the demand for learning English is likely to fuel the growth of the software market for English language learning and development. This software can combine verbal and visual learning, streamline processes and motivate more learners to collaborate.

Pearson English offers a number of. Learning environments include age-appropriate equipment, materials, and supplies. They integrate home cultures and are flexible to support the changing ages, interests, and characteristics of a group of children over time. In home-based programs, the learning environment includes the home, community, and group socialization spaces.

Collaborative learning is enabled through these technological communication systems, as well as through LMS systems and multi modal learning environments. Learning approaches that are collaborative go beyond the classroom walls, which aids in catering to different learner preferences and strengthening areas such as intercultural understanding.

Learn about and purchase the best books and resources to support young children's learning and development. Young Children Stay up to date with research-based, teacher-focused articles on birth to age 8 in our award-winning, peer-reviewed journal. and learning skills, instructional technology and technology enhanced learning will be helpful in yielding valuable data.

Using research data, this study will focus on how language acquisition theories when properly applied through differentiated learning and enriching technology based environment, will help ELLs attain Size: KB.

learners interact with content that is embedded in a learning system and experience little instructor-learner or learner-learner interaction; or they can be learner-centric, where the learner is the navigator, the learner’s interests and needs drive the learning, and the learning environment File Size: KB.

This resource section includes numerous articles, blog posts, and links to online networks with tips for planning distance learning for English language learners (ELLs). New resources will be added as they become available.

Introduction. The current digital revolution occurring in education has greatly changed the learning experiences for digital learners. The use of mobile technology is influential to teaching and learning both inside and outside the classroom and has brought numerous opportunities as well as challenges for teachers in K settings, including the rapidly increasing enrollment of English Author: Yan Chen, Hayley J.

Mayall, Cindy S. York, Thomas J. Smith. Young learners and technology Computers in the English language classroom The decision to use computers in the language classroom, including the English language classroom, requires the establishment of both technological goals and language-learning goals.

For young children, goals such as the following facilitate a path to focused learning. This chapter compares and critiques selected theories of conditions for second language (L2) learning. These theories are important because they greatly influence L2 teaching, design of curricula and materials, and learning, either for good or ill.

BBC Learning English I'm Maria Cecilia, from Argentina. I 'discovered' your website for learners of English only a few weeks ago.

Before that, I didn't use the Internet for teaching so much. I teach English in-company, so Talk About English: Environment Size: 65KB. Discuss the implications of technology-based activities on learner preferences and learner readiness.

Provide an example of two appropriate instructional strategies which may effectively engage students with technology-based learning activities, and identify the type of learning style of each of these two students. Gary Motteram, editor of the British Council publication Innovations in learning technologies for English language teaching, explains how the arrival of digital technologies in the classroom has helped learning.

Technology is very much part of language learning throughout the world at all different levels. We are as likely to find it in the primary sector as much as in adult education.Teaching English to Young Learners Joan Kang Shin English Language Center University of Maryland, Baltimore County [email protected] Program Description Young learners should have fun with English!

The purpose of this program is to introduce participants to the theory and practice of teaching young learners in the EFL classroom.If you’re new to the virtual classroom, check out our six top tips for teaching English online. Different age groups have their challenges for virtual learning, so here are four ideas to help keep your youngest learners engaged during your online lessons.

1. Get things ready. Most platforms have the option to share your screen with the learners.