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ERIC Number: ED457835
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2001-Mar
Pages: 80
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Reading, Language Arts & Literacy. [SITE 2001 Section].
Matthew, Kathy, Ed.
This document contains the following papers on reading, language arts, and literacy from the SITE (Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education) 2001 conference: (1) "Improving the Teaching of Reading, Language Arts and Literacy through WebCT: A Work in Progress" (Linda Akanbi); (2) "A Survey of Computer Software Available in the Current Market for Hispanic Families and Bilingual Educators" (Maria P. Bhattacharjee and Linlin Irene Chen); (3) "Reader Response in the Information Age" (Kelvin G. Broad and George Labercane); (4) "Towards a Reading and Text Production Practice with FL Learners: A Collaborative Text Construction with FL Groups of French, English, and Spanish in the Web via the EquiText" (Janete Sander Costa and others); (5) "The Self Learning System To Support the Teacher of Japanese Language Education" (Makio Fukuda and Tamiaki Nakamura); (6) "Literacy Junction: Exploring Narrative Theory and Books for Youth in a Cyberworld" (Hiller A Spires and others); (7) "The Creation of a Nexus between Telelearning and Teleteaching" (Marc Glassman); (8) "Workplace Literacy with Online Discussions" (Heather Hemming and others); (9) "Virtual Literature Circles: Message Board Discussion for Strengthening Literacy" (David Hofmeister and Matt Thomas); (10) "Art Responding through Technology" (Penny Nolte and others); (11) "Taking Language Arts Instruction to the Applied Level through Integration of Graphic Arts Technology" (Christine D. Reynolds and Carl L. Reynolds); (12) "Use of Telecollaboration To Develop Authentic Learning Experiences for Teacher Candidates" (Regina Royer); (13) "Getting Real in TESP: Operational Technology at Business English Classes" (Tatiana Slobodina); (14) "Movies in English for Specific Purposes: From Entertainment to Excellence" (Tatiana Slobodina); (15) "Technology, Language Arts, and Teacher Preparation: Stacking the Odds of Classroom Use" (Rod Winters); (16) and "Innovative Software-Based Strategies for Reading/Listening Comprehension: How Information Technology Is Reforming Foreign Language Acquisition" (Zhang Senquan). Most papers contain references. (MES)
Publication Type: Collected Works - General; Speeches/Meeting Papers
Education Level: N/A
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Language: English
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