Current advances in providing social, mobile, and open language teaching to all

  1. Bárcena Madera, Elena 1
  1. 1 Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia
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    Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia

    Madrid, España

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Revista:
Lengua y Migración = Language and Migration

ISSN: 1889-5425 2660-7166

Any de publicació: 2021

Títol de l'exemplar: LMOOCs for the linguistic and social integration of displaced people

Volum: 13

Número: 2

Pàgines: 135-148

Tipus: Article

DOI: 10.37536/LYM.13.2.2021.1245 DIALNET GOOGLE SCHOLAR lock_opene_Buah editor

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Resum

This article is focused on the challenges posed by the developmentof oral production skills (including pronunciation) in a MassiveOpen Online Course (MOOC), a resource that is totally conditionedby the technologies and has very limited possibilities for individualadaptation. First, the difficulties that this goal poses arereviewed and confronted with some successful precedents that showhow to deal with those challenges. Next, we present a case study inwhich some strategies and resources have been used to develop oralskills and improve pronunciation in technologically mediated environments,a Spanish L-MOOC for migrants and refugees, absolutebeginners, developed at UNED (Spain).

Informació de finançament

The research presented in this article has been undertaken in the context of the SWITCHED-?? and NEXUS research projects (ref. nos.: FF2016-80613-P and 2019-l-ES01-KA203-065861 respectively)

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