Innovations and Applications of Technology in Language Education.

Author
Bui, Hung Phu [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Εdition
1st ed.
Published/​Created
  • Milton : Auerbach Publishers, Incorporated, 2024.
  • ©2024.
Description
1 online resource (229 pages)

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Series
Advances in Computational Collective Intelligence Series [More in this series]
Summary note
The book contextualizes language education technology and examines how it is currently applied, how it should be applied, and future developments. It focuses on the use of technology to improve language teaching and learning, technology-assisted language testing and assessment, and technology in English language education.
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Contents
  • Cover
  • Half Title
  • Series Page
  • Title Page
  • Copyright Page
  • Table of Contents
  • Editors
  • Preface
  • List of Contributors
  • Section I: Technology-Assisted Language Education
  • 1 Professional Learning for CALL Teachers: A Research-Based Approach
  • 2 Designing and Implementing WhatsApp Communication Tasks for the English as a Foreign Language Classroom: A Case Study
  • 3 Evaluation of ELSA Speak Used by Vietnamese University EFL Students
  • 4 Critical Appraisal of Artificial Intelligence-Mediated Communication in Language Education
  • 5 "Write It Out!": Using Digital Storytelling (DST) to Positively Engage Pre‑Service EFL Teachers with Digital Content and to Enhance Their Writing Skills
  • 6 Revitalizing English Language Learning: An Exploration of ChatGPT's Impact on Student Engagement and Motivation
  • Section II: Technology-Assisted Language Testing and Assessment
  • 7 Technology‑Based Language Testing: Principles and Future Directions
  • 8 Technology‑Assisted Task‑Based Second Language Assessment for Learning
  • 9 The Use of Artificial Intelligence in Language Test Development and Administration: What, How, and Why
  • Section III: Using Technology for Specific Purposes in Language Education
  • 10 Using Asynchronous Computer‑Mediated Communication to Increase Students' Out‑of‑Class Interaction
  • 11 Impacts of a Blended Learning Model on EFL Students' Engagement and English Proficiency: Evidence from IELTS Preparation Courses
  • 12 EFL Teachers' Informal Digital Learning of English and Its Effects on Their Instructional Willingness to Communicate in English
  • Appendix A: Pre‑Test and Post‑Test Questionnaires
  • Appendix B: Feedback Questionnaire on ChatGPT.
ISBN
  • 1-003-47391-1
  • 1-04-002219-7
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