Handbook Of Research On Web 2.0 And Second Language Learning

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Overview

Over the last few years, second generation Internet-based services, or Web 2.0 technologies, have emerged as the new buzzwords in information communication technologies.

The Handbook of Research on Web 2.0 and Second Language Learning investigates how those involved in education - teachers, students, and administrators - can respond to the opportunities offered by Web 2.0 technology, within existing institutional and pedagogical frameworks. Containing nearly 30 chapters by experts from across the globe, this defining body of research is the first of its kind to focus on second language learning in relation to the history of computer assisted language learning.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781605661902
  • Publisher: IGI Global
  • Publication date: 10/12/2010
  • Pages: 638
  • Product dimensions: 8.70 (w) x 11.30 (h) x 1.50 (d)

Table of Contents

Sect. I Network Communities and Second Language Learning

Ch. I Criteria for the Implementation of Learning Technologies Michael Vallance Vallance, Michael Kay Vallance Vallance, Kay Masahiro Matsui Matsui, Masahiro 1

Ch. II Communicative Networking and Linguistic Mashups on Web 2.0 Mark Pegrum Pegrum, Mark 20

Ch. III Output-Oriented Language Learning With Digital Media Bernd Ruschoff Ruschoff, Bernd 42

Ch. IV Intoxication 2.0 Elena Benito-Ruiz Benito-Ruiz, Elena 60

Ch. V The Role of Community Formation in Learning Processes Margaret Rasulo Rasulo, Margaret 80

Ch. VI Skype-Based Tandem Language Learning and Web 2.0 Tony Mullen Mullen, Tony Christine Appel Appel, Christine Trevor Shanklin Shanklin, Trevor 101

Ch. VII A Context-Based Approach to Web 2.0 and Language Education Gary Motteram Motteram, Gary Susan Brown Brown, Susan 119

Ch. VIII The Use of Communities in a Virtual Learning Environment Lut Baten Baten, Lut Nicolas Bouckaert Bouckaert, Nicolas Kan Yingli Kan, Yingli 137

Ch. IX Digital Natives, Learner Perceptions and the Use of ICT George R. MacLean MacLean, George R. James A. Elwood Elwood, James A. 156

Sect. II The Read/Write Web and Second Language Learning

Ch. X Social Networking Behind Student Lines in Japan Steve McCarty McCarty, Steve 181

Ch. XI Blogging for Self-Determination with L2 Learner Journals Antonie Alm Alm, Antonie 202

Ch. XII Using Mobile Technology and Podcasts to Teach Soft Skills Revathi Viswanathan Viswanathan, Revathi 223

Ch. XIII Social Networking Sites and Critical Language Learning Andy Halvorsen Halvorsen, Andy 237

Ch. XIV Producing Cell Phone Video Diaries Nicolas Gromik Gromik, Nicolas 259

Ch. XV The Use of Weblogs inLanguage Education Thomas Raith Raith, Thomas 274

Ch. XVI Blogging in Foreign Language Education Nat Carney Carney, Nat 292

Ch. XVII Improving Learners' Speaking Skills with Podcasts Pete Travis Travis, Pete Fiona Joseph Joseph, Fiona 313

Ch. XVIII Mobile Technologies, Podcasting and Language Education Volker Hegelheimer Hegelheimer, Volker Anne O'Bryan O'Bryan, Anne 331

Ch. XIX Podcasting as a Next Generation Teaching Resource Jenny Ang Lu Lu, Jenny Ang 350

Sect. III Pedagogy 2.0 and Second Language Learning

Ch. XX The Pedagogical Implications of Web 2.0 Matthias Sturm Sturm, Matthias Trudy Kennell Kennell, Trudy Rob McBride McBride, Rob Mike Kelly Kelly, Mike 367

Ch. XXI Improving Online Readability in a Web 2.0 Context John Paul Loucky Loucky, John Paul 385

Ch. XXII Concordancing 2.0: On Custom-Made Corpora in the Classroom Jaroslaw Krajka Krajka, Jaroslaw 411

Ch. XXIII Internet Technologies and Language Teacher Education Darren Elliott Elliott, Darren 432

Ch. XXIV Personal Learning Environments for Language Learning Sarah Guth Guth, Sarah 451

Ch. XXV Mobile 2.0 and Mobile Language Learning Shudong Wang Wang, Shudong Neil Heffernan Heffernan, Neil 472

Ch. XXVI The Pedagogical Potential of Interactive Whiteboards 2.0 Euline Cutrim Schmid Schmid, Euline Cutrim 491

Ch. XXVII Interactive Whiteboards in the Web 2.0 Classroom David Miller Miller, David Derek Glover Glover, Derek 506

Ch. XXVIII Web 2.0 and CMS for Second Language Learning Samuel Holtzman Holtzman, Samuel 526

Compilation of References 546

About the Contributors 597

Index 604

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