语言学习与新技术

语言学习与新技术

图书基本信息
出版时间:2010-3-1
出版社:北京大学出版社
作者:李淑静;高彦梅 主编
页数:454
书名:语言学习与新技术
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语言学习与新技术
前言
  Language Learning and New Technologies: Proceedings of the 2~a International Conference on Language Learning at Peking University, is a collection of papers presented at Peking University in October, 2008. Being a participant of both the first and the second conferences organized by my colleagues, I have witnessed the contributions they have made in English teaching and research in the past decade in Peking University. The 2008 conference is also marked by its international character with the joint sponsorship of Peking University and Griffith University, Brisbane Australia as well as with the presence of Sebastian Brook from Kogakuin University, Tokyo, Japan. My colleagues and I are all the more encouraged to have the guidance from Prof. Ian O'Connor, Vice Chancellor of Griffith University on various occasions. We are also grateful to have participants from Beijing, Shanghai, Tianjin, and Chongqing, and more than 100 or so participants from 10 other cities and 32 universities.  In this proceedings, the first group of papers focuses on "Language Learning as Interaction and Multimodal Commnication. " It is known to all that the field of second language acquisition assumes that participation in communicative interaction is a strategic way, in which a second language is acquired by learners. Activities that occur during interaction (e. g., the provision of corrective feedback, noticing, the production of modified output, the negotiation of meaning) are considered to play an integral role in the learning processes. In connection to this understanding, interaction-based learning presupposes multimodal communication. Multiple preferences give one choices of two or three or four modes to use for one' s interaction with others. Positive reactions mean that those learners with multimodal preferences choose to match or align their mode to the significant others around them.
内容概要
本书为北京大学第二届英语教学国际研讨会的相应论文集。论文涉及英语全球化、英语教学和学习者身份认同研究、新技术在英语教学中的应用、语言教学与文化习得、话语分析在教学中的应用等关键理论和教学实践,对当下中国英语教学改革的进程进行了富有创见的探讨。
书籍目录
Contents
Globalisation
and
Australia's
Higher
Education
Instrumentality-oriented
or
Humanity-oriented
in
Foreign
Language
Teaching?
English
Learning
in
China:
In
Search
of
New
Identities
Can
Conversation
Analysis
Shed
Light
on
Language
Acquisition?
Why
Languages
and
Language
Research
Matter
Language
Learning
as
Interaction
and
Multimodal
Communication
The
Insider
Effect
in
Chinese
Interpersonal
Relationships
in
Intercultural
Communication
Differences
between
Learners
of
Higher
and
Lower
Starting
Proficiency
Levels
as
Revealed
by
Evaluation
Results
Effects
of
Proficiency-based
Pair
Pattern
on
Focus
on
Form
during
Collaborative
Dialogue-An
Empirical
Study
in
the
Chinese
EFL
Context
Learn
to
Say
It
in
a
Different
Voice--On
the
Psychological
Process
of
Chinese
EFL
Learners
Learning
English
Exposition
Writing
The
Effective
Integration
of
Multimedia
Teaching
Model
and
Task-based
Teaching
Approach
in
English
Teaching
Language
Learning
as
Interaction
BehaviorCALL
and
Language
Learning
An
Email-assisted
Mode
of
Teaching
College
English
Developing
Oral
Communicative
Competence:
The
Affordances
of
Language
Exchange
via
Skype
Learners'
Evaluation
of
Online
Learning
Resources
The
American
Short
Story
through
Film:
Literature
and
Multimedia
in
College
English
Teaching
The
Principles
and
Practice
of
Summative
Evaluation
of
CALL
Software-The
Evaluation
of
the
New
Perspective
English
Learning
System
Applying
the
Model
of
Digital
Literacy
Assessment
in
New
Horizon
College
English
Teaching
The
Effect
of
Autonomous
Assisted
Listening
Course
on
CET4
Results-An
Empirical
Study
at
the
Institute
of
Tourism
The
Design
and
Evaluation
of
English
Testing
Item
Bank--The
Evaluation
of
College
English
Test
Bank
A
Study
on
the
Student-centered
Teaching
Model
in
Audio-video
Speaking
Class
in
CALL
Environments
Research
on
the
Human-aided
Auto-assessment
System
for
Online
Translation
Tests
of
College
English
One
Step
Forward
toward
Learner
Autonomy--Integrating
Project-based
CALL
into
College
English
Teaching
Reflections
on
Corpus-based
College
English
Teaching
Toward
a
Virtual
English
Learning
Community--The
Role
of
Computer-mediated
Communication
in
Second
Language
Acquisition
A
Survey
of
the
Use
of
the
Computer/Internet
in
Post-class
English
Interactions
Roles
of
Teacher
Autonomy
in
Promoting
CALLDiscourse
Analysis
and
Language
Learning
An
Empirical
Study
on
the
Correlation
between
English
Anaphoric
Pronouns
and
Chinese
Zero
Anaphora
A
Cognitive
Text
Analysis
of
The
Art
of
Living
A
Cognitive
Perspective
to
Intertextuality
in
L2
Writing
Multimodality
in
CDs
Attached
to
English
Textbooks
Can
Lexical
Cohesion
Increase
Guessing
Ability
in
Reading?
Turn
Taking
in
Conversation.
A
Step
Forward
to
Hills
Like
White
Elephants
A
Study
of
Prototype
Theory
and
its
Application
to
the
Teaching
of
College
English
WritingEnglish
Teaching
The
Study
on
Content
Validity
of
the
Cloze
Tests
in
the
NMET
of
Beijing
(2006--2008)
The
Challenges
of
Globalization
on
Teaching
Listening
Comprehension
and
Their
Solutions
in
China
Teaching
Metaphors
as
a
Cultural
Tool
Second
Language
Reading
and
Researches
into
its
Teaching
Policy
From
a
Teacher-learner's
Perspective:
Reflections
on
Foreign
Language
Classroom
Learning
and
Teaching
in
China
~
A
Quantitative
Study
of
Student
Responses
to
Video
Use
in
the
Language
Classroom
Chinese
non-English-major
Undergraduates'
Perception
of
an
Elective
Course
of
English
Pronunciation
Pursuit
of
English
Literacy
An
Investigation
on
Chinese
Students'
L2
Phonological
Knowledge
and
their
Listening
Class
Thoughts
on
China's
College
English
Reform
and
Textbook
DevelopmentIdentity
and
Language
Learning
A
Comparative
Study
of
Differences
in
Writing
Strategies
among
Chinese
EFL
Learners,
Overseas
Chinese
ESL
Learners,
and
Northern
American
ENL
Learners
Understanding
Learners'
Self-Identity
in
L2
Learning
Non-English
Majors'
Self-Identity
Change
at
Different
English
Proficiency
Levels-An
Investigation
of
College
Juniors
in
a
Key
Polytechnic
University
An
Empirical
Study
on
Easing
Test
Anxiety
of
English
Majors
in
Listening
Comprehension
Test
Discourse
Construction
of
Teacher's
Multiple
Identities.
A
Case
Study
of
an
M.A.
Thesis
Defence
The
Discursive
Turn
and
Reading
Comprehension
Modern
and
Postmodernist
Positions
of
Language
Learning
in
A
Chinese
University
Classroom编后记
章节摘录
  4.1
Decentralization
and
Liberalisation  The
tradition
of
Australian
universities
is
to
operate
in
an
environment
characterized
by
a
substantial
degree
of
centralized
government
planning. This
was
done
by
the
Commonwealth
government's
dominance
over
institutional
funding,
the
setting
of
student
load
targets,
control
of
tuition
charges,
and
through
the
morass
of
regulatory
controls
utilised
to
influence
the
system
in
direct
and
indirect
ways
(West,
1998,
p.
80).
As
a
result,
Australian
universities
have
become
too
much
like
government
agencies, and
universities
encounter
political
intrusion,
a
lack
of
coordination,
and
a
disincentive
for
innovation.  To
meet
the
challenge
of
globalization,
there
is
a
clear
intention
on
the
part
of
the
Australian
government
to
create
a
competitive
and
commercialized
higher
education
system
(Pick,2006).
Professionas
have
also
begun
to
accept
the
view
that
universities
and
other
higher
education
institutions
should
be
independent
bodies
so
as
to
maintain
the
power
to
make
their
own
decisions. This
can
be
exemplified
by
the
Melbourne
University
and
Monash
University's
participation
in
the
Universitas
21
and
Melbourne
University's
decision
to
set
up
a
private
university(Tierney
and
McInnis,
2001).  ……
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