Innovative language teaching and learning at university: enhancing participation and collaboration

Edited by Cecilia Goria, Oranna Speicher, Sascha Stollhans.

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DOI: 10.14705/rpnet.2016.9781908416322
Permalink: https://doi.org/10.14705/rpnet.2016.9781908416322
Publication date: 2016-01-24
Licence: CC BY-NC-ND 4.0
Language: English

© 2016 Cecilia Goria, Oranna Speicher, Sascha Stollhans.

Innovative language teaching and learning at university: enhancing participation and collaboration

Book description

The School of Cultures, Languages and Area Studies at the University of Nottingham hosted the fifth annual conference in the "Innovative Language Teaching at University" series. Under the heading "Enhancing participation and collaboration" the conference, organised by Cecilia Goria, Oranna Speicher and Sascha Stollhans, took place on 19 June 2015, and was attended by over 120 linguists, language teachers and language acquisition researchers from all over the world. This edited volume contains 15 selected short papers based on presentations from the conference as well as Dr Jan Hardman’s keynote address and a foreword by Prof. Zoltán Dörnyei.

Table of contents

Notes on contributors
Goria, Cecilia; Speicher, Oranna; Stollhans, Sascha.
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p. v
Foreword
Dörnyei, Zoltán.
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p. xiii
“Innovative language teaching and learning at university: enhancing participation and collaboration” – an introduction
Goria, Cecilia; Speicher, Oranna; Stollhans, Sascha.
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p. 1
Opening-up classroom discourse to promote and enhance active, collaborative and cognitively-engaging student learning experiences
Hardman, Jan.
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p. 5
Evaluating the effects of a ‘student buddy’ initiative on student engagement and motivation
Motzo, Anna.
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p. 19
“Show me where you study!” – An interactive project between German language students in Nottingham and St Andrews
Hartung, Insa; Reisenleutner, Sandra.
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p. 29
TANGO, an international collaborative bilingual e-learning project
Álvarez-Mayo, Carmen.
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p. 37
Open and anonymous peer review in a digital online environment compared in academic writing context
Razı, Salim.
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p. 49
Students as producers and collaborators: exploring the use of padlets and videos in MFL teaching
De Berg, Anna.
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p. 59
Can Facebook or wikis hook learners instead of the schoolbook?
Brahmi, Fakhreddine.
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p. 65
“Become a reporter”, the Four Skills News Project: applying and practising language skills using digital tools for level C1/C2 students
Magedera-Hofhansl, Hanna.
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p. 73
Transmedia teaching framework: from group projects to curriculum development
Reid, James; Gilardi, Filippo.
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p. 79
Overcoming navigational design in a VLE: students as agents of change
Sadoux, Marion; Rzycka, Dorota; Jones, Mizuho; Lopez, Joaquin.
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p. 85
From widening horizons to widening participation: transmitting the experience of global citizenship to the school classroom
Hampton, Cathy; Demeure-Ahearne, Ariane.
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p. 95
Intercultural communicative competence: creating awareness and promoting skills in the language classroom
López-Rocha, Sandra.
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p. 105
Anything can happen out there: a holistic approach to field trips
Plutino, Alessia.
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p. 113
The dichotomy of language and content in US and UK higher education – Implications for the development of intercultural competence and perspectives towards the target language
Parks, Elinor.
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p. 121
We’re all language teachers now: teaching subject discipline content through the medium of a second language
Hughes, Neil.
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p. 131
Challenges faced by Cantonese speakers in a UK university Mandarin course
Lo, Lan.
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p. 139
Author index
Goria, Cecilia; Speicher, Oranna; Stollhans, Sascha.
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p. 147

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  • Book title: Innovative language teaching and learning at university: enhancing participation and collaboration
  • Editors: Cecilia Goria, Oranna Speicher, Sascha Stollhans.
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  • Language: English
  • Print length: 163 pages
  • Dimensions (cm): 15.2 wide × 22.9 tall
  • DOI: 10.14705/rpnet.2016.9781908416322
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  • Licence: CC BY-NC-ND 4.0
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  • ISBN PDF (colour): 978-1-908416-32-2
  • ISBN PAPERBACK (black & white): 978-1-908416-31-5
  • ISBN EPUB (colour): 978-1-908416-33-9
  • Copyright holders: © 2016 Cecilia Goria, Oranna Speicher, Sascha Stollhans.

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