Saturday, October 13 • 11:30am - 12:20pm
Language Learning Online: Interactive Tools and Feedback Types

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ESL and foreign language classes have traditionally been taught in face-to-face environments because active student participation, constant exposure to the language, and interaction are believed to enhance learning. With the advancement of technology and online teaching tools, more classes as well as tutoring are now available online. The presenters will describe how to create online language environments that are conducive to using the target  language in an authentic way to promote student development of communicative and linguistic competence.  They will also discuss the role assessment plays in fostering authentic online interactions via non-evaluative feedback and integration of formative and summative assessment.


Tahnee Bucher

Tahnee Bucher is an instructor at the University of Arizona Center for English as a Second Language and a 3rd year doctoral student in the Second Language Acquisition and Teaching program.

Nadia Moraglio

Writing Specialist, Writing Skills Improvement Program, University of Arizona
Nadia Moraglio is a writing specialist at WSIP and also teaches written composition and ESL at Pima Community College.

Saturday October 13, 2018 11:30am - 12:20pm

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