This webinar will introduce participants to the e-lang project (Towards Digital Literacy for Language Teaching and Learning): http://www.ecml.at/e-lang (project of the European Center of Modern Languages).
In this two-part webinar, Christian Ollivier, project coordinator, and the e-lang team will first present the socio-interactional approach and the notion of real-world tasks. This presentation will be illustrated by concrete examples that can be implemented on web 2.0 sites. It will demonstrate the value of real-world tasks in developing action and communicative competences.
In the second part, the e-lang team will show how the use of digital resources and tools can help learners to:
(a) carry out tasks, and
(b) develop their autonomy while enriching their personal learning environments.
Throughout the webinar, attendees will have the opportunity to familiarize themselves with the content of the e-lang project training platform.
Target audience: language teachers, teacher trainers, school inspectors for modern foreign languages.
Languages: the webinar held in English and French.