[63] Congrés internacional de CercleS (3)

El Congrés Internacional de CercleS, del qual hem donat notícia a les entrades 58 i 59, promet, en els seus diversos eixos de treball, aportacions interessants. Llegeixo alguns abstracts. A priori crec que es poden destacar les intervencions següents. De l'eix d'e-learning, 1) “Teachers’ and learners’ roles in web-based learning (Finlàndia)”; 2) “Dvds for language learning: reflections on a multilingual project” (Itàlia) [que anuncia la “creation of worksheets based on films, for students of 7 European languages”]; 3) “Challenges and opportunities in using internet-based case studies and simulation projects” (Alemanya, Espanya) [“Language case studies and global simulations are efficient means of using task-based approaches in university language teaching & learning. They are particularly useful in improving productive language skills, while at the same time they can be used to develop reading skills in an authentic situation.”]; 4) Approaching the ELP biography through online surveys” (Itàlia); 5) “How to stimulate writing education for the i-generation (Bèlgica) [“In our presentation, after having outlined the traditional and actual frameworks of writing education, we will present a trajectory of 10 stages the teacher can use to guide students of a language career in order to improve their writing level, taking into account the characteristics of the new education era and its electronic possibilities. We will also present its impact on the quality of the student’s writing exercises.”]; 6) “Wiki and wikipedia for esl” (França); 7) “Implementation of a blackboard-based course to promote learner’s autonomy: conditions and effects” (Alemanya); 8) “The role of e-guidance in blended and online environments for language learners” (Finlàndia) [“The purpose of my paper is to present practical examples of how to raise language learners´ awareness of their responsibility for their own learning, in other words, learner autonomy. Based both on theory and longtime practical experience of my colleagues and myself, my presentation will focus on four crucially important principles, which are the following: 1) the language learner’s awareness of his/her new role as an e-student; 2) the importance of online study skills; 3) the role of collaboration and interaction in blended/ online environments; 4) the language learner’s ability to receive, utilize and give feedback”.]

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