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CALL-IS Academic Session:

A CALL for 21st Century Reading

Panelists (in order of presentation)

Christel Broady: Brain-Research on Reading and CALL
Christine Sabieh: Words, ideas, food for thought: Theory, models, and tech input
Tom Robb: Can technology improve our students' reading? 
Christine Bauer-Ramazani: From the Trenches--Building Reading Fluency Through Blended and Flipped Learning

To listen to the 
Web cast recording
of the session,
click https://youtu.be/aE1KqiKe_ls

Session summary:

How can technology be part of a reading lesson? How will students profit from learning reading with technology? Reading is the skill most connected to technology and yet not so directly addressed. This session will address the different options technology offers for teaching and practicing reading. 


Abstract of my presentation:

Christine Bauer-Ramazani will show various tools and activities she has her students use to support blended learning in reading. These will include mobile devices and several apps for vocabulary, speed reading, and more.  



Nation, I.S.P., & Macalister, J. (2010). Language curriculum design. New York, NY: Routledge.

Nation, I.S.P., & Yamamoto, A. (2012). Applying the four strands to language learning. International Journal of Innovation in English Language Teaching, 1(2), 1-15. 

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