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Título: Changing teachers’ attitudes towards ICT-based language learning tasks: the ETALAGE Comenius project (the Portuguese case)
Autor: Lopes, António Manuel Bernardo
Palavras-chave: Task-based language learning
Common European Framework of Reference
Teacher training
Data: 2012
Editora: Eurocall
Resumo: Many foreign and second language teachers are reluctant about shifting from traditional language instruction to TBLT. Another challenge has been the use of ICT in the classroom, a problem addressed in previous Comenius projects. The ETALAGE aimed to build on the achievements of such projects and to address these challenges, by collecting, re-designing, adapting and disseminating samples of good practice of ICT-based language learning tasks (A1-B2 CEF levels) in primary and secondary education. Partners produced in-service teacher training courses adjusted to local needs. Independent experts in language teaching monitored the quality of the products at a national level. This paper explains the project setup and its implementation in Portugal, describing a) the specific challenges and constraints that the local reality poses to an international project like this and; b) the perceptions of the Portuguese trainees in pre- and post-course surveys concerning the use of ICT in TBLT.
Descrição: Resultados de um estudo sobre o ensino por tarefas com recurso às TIC por parte de professores de línguas dos ensinos básico e secundário na região do Algarve.
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.1/1187
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