127 Mélanges CRAPEL n°30 ASPECTS OF THE INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION IN THE TOURISM SERVICES: COMPARING THE VIEWS AND PRACTICES OF CUBAN AND FRENCH PROFESSIONALS Marie-José GREMMO Laboratoire Interuniversitaire en Sciences de l'Education et de la Communication, Université Nancy2 (France ...
101 Mélanges CRAPEL n° 28 AUTONOMY AND THE INTERNET IN DISTANCE LEARNING: READING BETWEEN THE E-LINES Alex BOULTON CRAPEL (Centre de Recherches et d'Applications Pédagogiques en Langues) ATILF/CNRS, Université Nancy 2 (France) Résumé Les apprenants qui suivent des cours à distance doivent ...
Authenticity and Autonomy in Language Learning Richard Duda Henry Tyne ATILF (CNRS) équipe CRAPEL Université Nancy 2 BP 33-97 54015 Nancy Cedex
A great deal depends on the nature of the technology and the use that is made of it (Chapter 9). 1.3Autonomy and learner training Like self-access, learner training began life as a mechanism to support self-directed learning (Dickinson and Carver, 1980; Holec, 1980). At CRAPEL, it was argued that in ...
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Activity Guide Mini Crawl Tunnel What Are the Educational Applications? FlagHouse Mini Crawl Tunnels are great for providing students with experiences that reinforce physical skills used in all movement.
As a founding member of CRAPEL, a renowned pioneering center in the fostering of autonomy in language learning, Henry Holec puts forward the theoretical basis and the pedagogical implications of learner autonomy, in what was originally a report commissioned by the Council of Europe.
This methodology was first developed by the CRAPEL (research centre and educational applications in Languages at Nancy 2 University. For these researchers, this project aims at « offering learners the conceptual and material conditions to learn without being taught » 1.
London: Continuum pp. 265 ISBN 9780826486295 Reviewed by Gaëlle Planchenault The author of the book, Philip Riley, is a professor of ethnolinguistics at the University of Nancy in France and the Director of the well-known Centre de Recherches et d'Applications Pédagogiques en Langues (CRAPEL).
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