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Freyn, Amy L. – Journal of Education and Practice, 2017
This article illustrates one professor's experiment with using Snapchat in a university EFL classroom. Snapchat has become impossible to ignore and this study proves that it can be beneficial to students. This study shows how the use of Snapchat can engage students and encourage them to practice English outside the classroom.
Descriptors: English (Second Language), Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction, Telecommunications
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Serrano, M. Elisabeth; Vizcaíno, Cristina G.; Cazco, Daniel; Kuhlman, Natalie A. – GIST Education and Learning Research Journal, 2015
As English has become the language of business, the economy and social media around the world, it is more and more necessary to start teaching English in schools. Countries such as Ecuador have seen the immediate need to review how they prepare teachers of English to meet this new demand. This article shares a reflection on the process of moving…
Descriptors: Models, Educational Change, Teacher Education, Language Teachers
Ott, Clarence Eric; And Others – 1971
The second of a two-volume series on Ecuadorian Quechua, this text contains 15 units of preclass instructional material designed for individualized study with the use of accompanying tapes. Each unit of the course has a homework section, called a module, to be completed before classwork may be started. Cartoon figures illustrate the instructional…
Descriptors: Advanced Programs, Audiolingual Methods, Conversational Language Courses, Grammar
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Ott, Clarence Eric; And Others – 1971
Two basic premises of learning theory underlie the structure of the instructional materials contained in this volume: the process of language is essentially one of converting meaning to sound, and one learns a language as he generates and tests his own hypotheses about the language. Fifteen units, arranged in microwave cycles, are presented in…
Descriptors: Advanced Programs, Audiolingual Methods, Conversational Language Courses, Grammar