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May052014

NERALLT Webinar Series 2014: Teaching Students to Learn: Autonomy, Learner Training, and Self-Regulation

"Teaching Students to Learn: Autonomy, Learner Training, and Self-Regulation
Date: Wednesday, May 14th
Time: 4:00 pm, Eastern Daylight Time (New York, GMT-04:00)
Presentation Format: Presentation: 30 min / Q and A: 15 min
Presenters: Anne Baker and Scott Sterling
Michigan State University
Description: 
Obtaining advanced proficiency requires students to go beyond normal classroom activities and engage with the language on their own. To assist language learners, we have created a suite of online free learner- centered materials that can be incorporated into the classroom or used independently. Materials include learner training on proficiency scale, the basics of L2 acquisition, and learning strategies, as well as an online application for speaking practice and training in self-assessment.
Presenters Biographical Notes:
Anne Baker is associate director of Michigan State University's  Center for Language Teaching Advancement (CeLTA), and Scott Sterling is a graduate assistant at CeLTA and a student in MSU's PhD program in Second Language Studies. 
Note: The NERALLT annual business meeting is taking place at 3pm on the same date: Wednesday, May 14th. You are invited to join us. NERALLT members are especially encouraged to attend.

 

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