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    Title: The knots and bolts of telecollaboration : research and challenges in tasks design faced by a public primary EFL teacher in Taipei
    Other Titles: 小學英語在國際遠距教學協同合作任務之課程設計與研究
    Authors: 戴利真;Tai, Marie Li-Chen
    Contributors: 淡江大學教育科技學系碩士在職專班
    陳慶帆;Chen, Ching-Fan
    Keywords: 遠距合作;資訊及通訊科技;電腦中介溝通;任務設計;學習虛擬教室MOODLE;telecollaboration;Information and Communication Technologies;Computer Mediated Communication;task design;EFL;Moodle
    Date: 2011
    Issue Date: 2011-12-28 17:28:03 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 摘要
    In this paper the researcher examines how English Foreign Language (EFL) teachers and partners make decisions about task design in telecollaboration and the factors that influence these decisions during the actual implementation of the tasks. The researcher begins with a search from review of the recent literature of lesson design for global intercultural communication projects, to identify the typology of different types of tasks and structures; and sequences to a telecollaboration lesson template. Next, illustration through two case studies - both primary telecollaborative exchanges; first between learners of EFL Chinese (Taiwan) and English as a Second Language (ESL) Chinese (Hong Kong) and second between English (Australian) and Chinese (Taiwan) - how such decisions about task design are reached by partner teachers prior to an exchange, and how that task design is negotiated throughout the exchange with different consequences on the learning outcomes. Finally, based on this two-step analysis, we make recommendations about factors that teachers and researchers should consider when designing and implementing tasks for their telecollaborative exchanges based in a public primary English as a Foreign Language virtual learning classroom in Taipei.
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