Electronic media and the novice-level ESL textbook
Jacob Selz Brown, University of Arkansas at Little Rock, United States
University of Arkansas at Little Rock . Awarded
The past decade had seen a re-evaluation in both foreign language, and English as a Second/Foreign Language, instruction methods due to the new technology available to aide in this instruction. While different institutions have access to different levels of technology, the adoption of basic technology for the classroom will eventually happen in the entire developed world.
The purpose of this thesis is to wed the new technology available to a traditional textbook. It offers guided instruction to help a facilitator who may have never taught English as a Second/Foreign Language before, along with the actual electronic media needed to supplement the standard textbook. The author also encourages those using this information to modify his work to suit individual lessons or classes according to the needs of the end user.
Brown, J.S. Electronic media and the novice-level ESL textbook. Master's thesis, University of Arkansas at Little Rock.
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