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Acquisition vs. Learning in 2021
Oct
4

Acquisition vs. Learning in 2021

webinar by Karen Lichtman
In the late 1970s and early 1980s, Stephen Krashen put forward a model of language learning distinguishing between language acquisition (acquiring a language by listening or reading and understanding) and language learning (conscious, effortful study and practice of language). Today, many people look at Krashen’s monitor model as just a “method from the past.” However, most of these ideas are still very much present in contemporary research — just under different names, such as implicit vs. explicit language teaching and learning. This talk will share three of my studies using the acquisition/learning, or implicit/explicit, framework: one on elementary students learning Spanish, ...

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What Do You Meme? Using Multimodal Technologies in the Language Classroom

What Do You Meme? Using Multimodal Technologies in the Language Classroom

workshop
September 21, 2021
Presented by: Kelly Drumright, PhD in Spanish, and Maggie Rosenau, PhD in German at the University of Colorado, Boulder, Anderson Language Technology Center (ALTEC) Memes are a multimodal format that can be used as an effective pedagogical tool to bring humor and ...