Living English Simulation Learning for Non-Native English Speakers Incorporating Edutainment Methodology

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CONFERENCE: SoTL Commons Conference

Publication Year:
2007
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Repository URL:
http://digitalcommons.georgiasouthern.edu/sotlcommons/SoTL/2007/21
Author(s):
Ross, David
Tags:
Paech phonetics, English language, Edutainment, Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, SoTL
lecture / presentation description
This research project is a major breakthrough for the student (and teacher) of English as it allows students to phonetically encode/decode the English language. The project embraces innovative technology to provide an interactive program accessible to students in face to face, e-learning and DVD formats. The English speaking educational program is being piloted and the results of the students' interactions with the learning and teaching features will be presented. There will be an Internet demonstration where the audience will be able to interact and try the various features of the educational program such as karaoke, an e-book and simulated games. The participants will also be shown lessons for correct pronunciation and spelling, and for guiding students from the simple to the complex to build on previously mastered skills. This will all be based on the new spoken English learning code developed in this research project.

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