Second Language Teaching and Learning through Virtual Exchange / / ed. by Shannon M. Hilliker.

Virtual exchanges provide language learners with a unique opportunity to develop their target language skills, support inter-cultural exchange, and afford teacher candidates space to hone their teaching craft. The research presented in this volume investigates the role of virtual exchanges as both a...

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Superior document:Title is part of eBook package: De Gruyter DG Plus DeG Package 2022 Part 1
Place / Publishing House:Berlin ;, Boston : : De Gruyter Mouton, , [2022]
Year of Publication:2022
Series:Trends in Applied Linguistics [TAL] , 29
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Physical Description:1 online resource (XIII, 286 p.)
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Table of Contents:
  • Frontmatter
  • Preface
  • Contents
  • Introduction
  • Language and virtual exchange
  • Chapter 1 Learning-oriented assessment in an international virtual exchange
  • Chapter 2 From demotivation to Intercultural Communicative Competence (ICC): Japanese university learner journeys in the International Virtual ExchangeProject (IVEProject)
  • Chapter 3 Annotating appraisal in a mobile telecollaboration project: A linguist
  • Chapter 4 Learner appropriation of genre in a US-China virtual exchange
  • Chapter 5 “Zoom” in and speak out: Virtual exchange in language learning
  • Culture and virtual exchange
  • Chapter 6 Developing intercultural communicative competence in ESP contexts through virtual exchange: An ecological perspective
  • Chapter 7 Video exchange telecollaboration: Towards developing interculturality in EFL environments
  • Chapter 8 Taking action in a virtual exchange with Brazilian and U.S. students
  • Chapter 9 Tackling problems, finding solutions: Creativity and collaboration in crosscultural virtual exchange during a pandemic
  • Teacher education and virtual exchange
  • Chapter 10 Integrating the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals into a teacher preparation program: Developing content for virtual exchanges
  • Chapter 11 Enhancing ELLs’ understanding through the use of examples, questions, and native language connections during virtual exchange
  • Chapter 12 Developing linguistically responsive pedagogy among K-12 mainstream teacher candidates through virtual exchange
  • Chapter 13 Virtual exchange to enhance English language teacher trainees’ professional development – insights from a Czech- Polish project
  • Conclusion
  • Index