New perspectives on teaching and working with languages in the digital era

Edited by Antonio Pareja-Lora, Cristina Calle-Martínez, Pilar Rodríguez-Arancón.

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DOI: 10.14705/rpnet.2016.tislid2014.9781908416353
Permalink: https://doi.org/10.14705/rpnet.2016.tislid2014.9781908416353
Publication date: 2016-05-01
Licence: CC BY-NC-ND 4.0

© 2016 Antonio Pareja-Lora, Cristina Calle-Martínez, Pilar Rodríguez-Arancón.

New perspectives on teaching and working with languages in the digital era

Book description

This volume offers a comprehensive, up-to-date, empirical and methodological view over the new scenarios and environments for language teaching and learning recently emerged (e.g. blended learning, e-learning, ubiquitous learning, social learning, autonomous learning or lifelong learning), and also over some of the new approaches to language teaching and/or research that can support them (usually by applying ICT), such as Computer-Assisted Language Learning (CALL), Mobile-Assisted Language Learning (MALL), Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL), or Language Massive Open Online Courses (LMOOCs). A must-read for those undertaking language teaching for the first time or willing to try new perspectives and methods in their courses.

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Acknowledgements
Pareja-Lora, Antonio; Calle-Martínez, Cristina; Rodríguez-Arancón, Pilar.
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Applying information and communication technologies to language teaching and research: an overview
Pareja-Lora, Antonio; Rodríguez-Arancón, Pilar; Calle-Martínez, Cristina.
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Technology use in nursery and primary education in two different settings
Bueno Alastuey, Mª Camino; García Laborda, Jesús.
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p. 27
How working collaboratively with technology can foster a creative learning environment
Gómez, Susana.
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p. 39
The e-generation: the use of technology for foreign language learning
Gonzalez-Vera, Pilar.
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p. 51
Evaluation of reading achievement of the program school 2.0 in Spain using PISA 2012
Vilaplana Prieto, Cristina.
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p. 63
Language learning actions in two 1x1 secondary schools in Catalonia: the case of online language resources
Vázquez Calvo, Boris; Cassany, Daniel.
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p. 73
Innovative resources based on ICTs and authentic materials to improve EFL students’ communicative needs
González Otero, Rebeca.
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p. 83
Teaching the use of WebQuests to master students in Pablo de Olavide University
Gutiérrez Pérez, Regina.
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p. 95
ICTs, ESPs and ZPD through microlessons in teacher education
García Esteban, Soraya; García Laborda, Jesús; Rábano Llamas, Manuel.
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p. 105
Learning specialised vocabulary through Facebook in a massive open online course
Ventura, Patricia; Martín-Monje, Elena.
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p. 117
Identifying collaborative behaviours online: training teachers in wikis
Vinagre Laranjeira, Margarita.
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p. 129
The community as a source of pragmatic input for learners of Italian: the multimedia repository LIRA
Zanoni, Greta.
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p. 141
Grammar processing through English L2 e-books: distance vs. face-to-face learning
Escobar-Álvarez, Mª Ángeles.
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p. 153
A study of multimodal discourse in the design of interactive digital material for language learning
Burset, Silvia; Bosch, Emma; Pujolà, Joan-Tomàs.
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p. 163
Audiovisual translation and assistive technology: towards a universal design approach for online education
Patiniotaki, Emmanouela.
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p. 173
Mobile learning: a powerful tool for ubiquitous language learning
Gomes, Nelson; Lopes, Sérgio; Araújo, Sílvia.
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p. 189
Critical visual literacy: the new phase of applied linguistics in the era of mobile technology
Santos Costa, Giselda; Xavier, Antonio Carlos.
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p. 201
Virtual learning environments on the go: CALL meets MALL
Arús Hita, Jorge.
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p. 213
Exploring the application of a conceptual framework in a social MALL app
Read, Timothy; Bárcena, Elena; Kukulska-Hulme, Agnes.
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p. 223
Design and implementation of BusinessApp, a MALL application to make successful business presentations
Calle-Martínez, Cristina; Pomposo Yanes, Lourdes; Pareja-Lora, Antonio.
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p. 233
Using audio description to improve FLL students’ oral competence in MALL: methodological preliminaries
Ibáñez Moreno, Ana; Vermeulen, Anna; Jordano, Maria.
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p. 245
ICT in EMI programmes at tertiary level in Spain: a holistic model
Hernandez-Nanclares, Nuria; Jimenez-Munoz, Antonio.
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p. 259
Vocabulary Notebook: a digital solution to general and specific vocabulary learning problems in a CLIL context
Bazo, Plácido; Rodríguez, Romén; Fumero, Dácil.
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p. 269
Using tablet PC’s for the final test of Baccalaureate
García Laborda, Jesús; Magal Royo, Teresa.
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p. 283
The implications of business English mock exams on language progress at higher education
González Romero, Rocío.
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p. 293
Assessing pragmatics: DCTs and retrospective verbal reports
Beltrán-Palanques, Vicente.
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p. 303
An updated account of the WISELAV project: a visual construction of the English verb system
Palacios Pablos, Andrés.
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p. 315
Generating a Spanish affective dictionary with supervised learning techniques
Bermudez-Gonzalez, Daniel; Miranda-Jiménez, Sabino; García-Moreno, Raúl-Ulises; Calderón-Nepamuceno, Dora.
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p. 327
Transcription and annotation of a Japanese accented spoken corpus of L2 Spanish for the development of CAPT applications
Carranza, Mario.
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p. 339
Using ontologies to interlink linguistic annotations and improve their accuracy
Pareja-Lora, Antonio.
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p. 351
The importance of corpora in translation studies: a practical case
Bermúdez Bausela, Montserrat.
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p. 363
Using corpus management tools in public service translator training: an example of its application in the translation of judgments
Sánchez Ramos, María Del Mar; Vigier Moreno, Francisco J.
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p. 375
Integrating computer-assisted translation tools into language learning
Fernández-Parra, María.
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p. 385
Author index
Pareja-Lora, Antonio; Calle-Martínez, Cristina; Rodríguez-Arancón, Pilar.
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  • Editors: Antonio Pareja-Lora, Cristina Calle-Martínez, Pilar Rodríguez-Arancón.
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