Foreign Language Learning in the Digital Age
Theory and Pedagogy for Developing Literacies
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Foreign Language Learning in the Digital Age addresses the growing significance of diversifying media in contemporary society and expands on current discourses that have formulated media and a multitude of literacies as integral objectives in 21st century education.
The book engages with epistemological and critical foundations of multiliteracies and related pedagogies for foreign language-learning contexts. It includes a discussion of how multimodal and digital media impact meaning-making practices in learning, the inherent potentials and challenges that are foregrounded in the use of multimodal and digital media, and the contribution that (foreign) language education can provide in developing multiliteracies. The volume additionally addresses foreign language education across the formal educational spectrum: from primary education to adult and teacher education. This multifaceted volume presents the scope of media and literacies for foreign language education in the digital age and examples of best practice for working with media in formal language learning contexts.
This book will be of great interest to academics, researchers, and post-graduate students in the fields of language teaching and learning, digital education, media education, applied linguistics and TESOL.
Table of Contents
Author & Editor Biographies
Part 1: Foundational concerns on literacies & media in language education
- The Changing Dynamics of Online Education: Five Theses on the Future of Learning
- After Language: A Grammar of Multimodal Transposition
- Everyday technology-mediatized language learning: New opportunities and challenges Jonathan Reinhardt
- The hero’s journey as a narrative template across media in EFL teaching
- Triangulating novel, film and critique: Reading Forster’s Maurice
- Digital literacies, digital games: Language, learning and play
- Creating an interactive documentary with foreign language students
- Teaching media literacy and English as a lingua franca: Learning by doing international projects. An approach to teaching professional English in higher education
- Effects of watching subtitled TV series on FL vocabulary learning: does learners’ proficiency level matter?
- L2 writing through wiki-mediated collaborative tasks: a study in a Vietnamese EFL setting
- Technologies in first and second language classes: Knowledge synthesis on learning electronic writing
- Edu-apps in EFL teaching
- Transmodality in Post-Soviet Kazakhstan: Transformative Teaching Approach for Multilingual Early Learning
- The LearnWeb platform for multiliteracy practices in higher education and in the workplace
Bill Cope & Mary Kalantzis
Mary Kalantzis & Bill Cope
Part 2: Everything old is new again: Digitalization, transmediality and remix
Part3: Explorations into the digital medium
Regina Brautlacht, Maria Lurdes Martins & Franca Poppi
Part 4: Media & technology in the language classroom: Focus on skills & acquisition
Ferran Gesa & Imma Miralpeix
Vu Van Duong & Erhan Aslan
Grégoire Pascal & Maria-Lourdes Lira-Gonzales
Part 5: Multiliteracies and media pedagogy in teacher education
Nettie Boivin & Assem Amantay
Ivana Marenzi, Maria Bortoluzzi, Francesca Bianchi
Conclusion Trajectories for Multiliteracies in Foreign Language Education: An Inclusive Paradigm for Challenging Times
Christiane Lütge & Michelle Stannard
Christiane Lütge holds the Chair for Teaching English as a Foreign Language at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität (LMU) Munich, Germany.