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Task-based language learning in a real-world digital environment [electronic resource] : the European digital kitchen

Task-based language learning in a real-world digital environment [electronic resource] : the European digital kitchen

Material type
E-Book(소장)
Personal Author
Seedhouse, Paul.
Title Statement
Task-based language learning in a real-world digital environment [electronic resource] : the European digital kitchen / edited by Paul Seedhouse.
Publication, Distribution, etc
London ;   New York :   Bloomsbury Academic, an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing Plc,   2017.  
Physical Medium
1 online resource (xvi, 288 p.).
Series Statement
Advances in Digital Language Learning and Teaching ;4
ISBN
9781474264051 (electronic bk.) 1474264050 (electronic bk.) 9781474264044 1474264042 9781474264075 1474264077 1474264050 9781474264068
요약
How can you use the latest digital technology to create an environment in which people can learn European languages while performing a meaningful real-world task and experiencing the cultural aspect of learning to cook European dishes? This book explains how to do this from A to Z, covering how a real-world, immersive digital environment for language learning was designed and built, as well as showing the learning experiences of users in five European countries. The project makes language learning motivational and fun by tapping into people's interest in both cooking and technology - you can learn a language while cooking and interacting with a speaking digital kitchen. The kitchens provide spoken instructions in the foreign language on how to prepare European cuisine. Digital sensors are inserted in or attached to all the kitchen equipment and ingredients, so the digital kitchen detects what learners are doing and gives them feedback. Learners are also able to communicate with the kitchens and can ask for help via photos and videos if they don't understand any foreign language words. Written by experts in computing and linguistics, the book explains the principles and procedures involved, enabling others to design and implement a real-world digital learning environment in the same way. It includes numerous photographs of the system in use and evidence of how and what 250 users actually learnt.
General Note
Title from e-Book title page.  
Content Notes
Cover; Half Title; Series; Title; Copyright; Contents; Illustrations; Notes on Contributors; Acknowledgements; Transcription Conventions; Part One Background; 1 Introduction; Aims of this book; Origins and rationale of the project; The main argument; The design and structure of the book; References; 2 Locating the European Digital Kitchen in Its Research Context; Introduction; Language learning and teaching approaches; Communicative language teaching (CLT); Task-.based language teaching (TBLT); Technology uses in the digital age; The role of technology in language teaching and learning.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
이용가능한 다른형태자료
Issued also as a book.  
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Language and languages --Computer-assisted instruction. Language and languages --Computer network resources. Web-based instruction --Europe. Task analysis in education --Europe. Interaction analysis in education.
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500 ▼a Title from e-Book title page.
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505 0 ▼a Cover; Half Title; Series; Title; Copyright; Contents; Illustrations; Notes on Contributors; Acknowledgements; Transcription Conventions; Part One Background; 1 Introduction; Aims of this book; Origins and rationale of the project; The main argument; The design and structure of the book; References; 2 Locating the European Digital Kitchen in Its Research Context; Introduction; Language learning and teaching approaches; Communicative language teaching (CLT); Task-.based language teaching (TBLT); Technology uses in the digital age; The role of technology in language teaching and learning.
505 8 ▼a Language teachers and learners' roleComputer-. Assisted Language Learning (CALL); TBLT and technology for second language learning and teaching; Multimodal CALL; Research context of the European Digital Kitchen; Note; References; Part Two Design; 3 The Pedagogical Design of the Digital Kitchen; What is task-based language learning and teaching (TBLT)?; The principles of TBLT and digital kitchen design; Phase framework; Operationalizing the phase framework; Pre-task; During-task; Post-task; Relating the principles of TBLT to the FDK tasks.
505 8 ▼a Researching interaction and learning in a pervasive digital environmentDiscussion and conclusions; Note; References; 4 The Technology behind the European Digital Kitchen for Language Learning; Introduction; How does the European Digital Kitchen work? A technological overview; Sensors; The tablet and graphical user interface; Interaction tools; Technical design modules; High-level outline of the EDK system; Section 1: Playback tool; Part 1: Pre-intro; Part 2: Pre-intro; Part 3: Intro; Part 4: Main; Part 5: End; Section 2: Authoring tool; Part 1: Pre-intro; Part 2 (optional): Pre-intro.
505 8 ▼a Part 3: IntroPart 4: Main; Part 5: End; The EDK authoring tool; The Setup tab; The Sensors tab; The Pre-task tab; The Task tab; The Post-task tab; The Publish tab; Technological design principles; Task-based materials design for the EDK; Pre-task; Video presentation; Collection of ingredients and equipment; During-task; Post-task; Conclusion; Note; References; 5 The Human Viewpoint and the System's Viewpoint ; Introduction; Conversation analysis and human-computer interaction; Problematizing transcription; Describing interactions in/with the European Digital Kitchen: A simple example.
505 8 ▼a Describing the event's macro-structureDescribing the interaction in CA terms; Reporting the system's sensor logs; Developing an integrated transcription format; Combining the system's and the human points of view when analysing interactions; A simple case; More complex cases; When the system does not 'sense'; When the action is okay, but the request for help itself becomes problematic; The ELAN transcription format; The case of the class negotiating help; Conclusions; References; Part Three Implementation; 6 Assessing and Promoting Language Development in an Interactive Learning Environment.
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Contents information

Table of Contents

List of Illustrations	p. vii
Notes on Contributors	p. x
Acknowledgements	p. xiii
Transcription Conventions	p. xiv
Part 1	Background	
1	    Introduction   Paul Seedhouse	p. 3
2	    Locating the European Digital Kitchen in Its Research Context   Sandra Morales	p. 19
Part 2	Design	
3	    The Pedagogical Design of the Digital Kitchen   Paul Seedhouse	p. 45
4	    The Technology behind the European Digital Kitchen for Language Learning   Paul Seedhouse	p. 69
5	    The Human Viewpoint and the Systems Viewpoint   Natacha Niemants and Gabriele Pallotti	p. 99
Part 3	Implementation	
6	    Assessing and Promoting Language Development in an Interactive Learning Environment   Jana Roos and Nina Reshöft and Lea Hartung and Johanna Bußwinkel	p. 137
7	    Cooking, Interaction and Learning: The Finnish Digital Kitchen as a Language Learning Environment   Salla Kurhila and Lari Kotilainen	p. 157
8	    ''The More I Cook, the More I Learn'': Tracing Ava''s Learning Itinerary through Her Participation in Four Cooking Sessions   Dolors Masats and Marta Juanhuix and Javier Albines	p. 181
9	    Vocabulary Learning in a Real-World Digital Environment   Gabriele Pallotti and Natacha Niemants and Paul Seedhouse	p. 207
10	    Sight and Touch in Vocabulary Learning: The Korean Digital Kitchen   Jaeuk Park and Paul Seedhouse	p. 231
Part 4	Conclusions	
11	    Conclusions and Future Developments   Paul Seedhouse	p. 261
Index	p. 283

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