CALL (Computer Assisted Language Learning) is often considered a language teaching method, but this is not really the case. In traditional CALL, the methodology was often claimed to be based on a behaviouristic approach as in “programmable teaching”, where the computer checked the student input and gave feedback (reward?) or pointed the student to appropriate activities. In modern CALL, the emphasis is on communication and tasks. This book, compiled in successive EU funded POOLS projects provides teachers who are new to CALL with the know how needed to embed CALL in their teaching, as well as providing established CALL teachers with a means of extending their range of expertise.
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- CALL Gaeilge Irish Foghlaim Ríomhchuidithe Teanga