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Action-based Language Teaching and Learning

Lecturer:Associate Prof. Andrew Lambert

Host:Associate Professor Huang Zhihua

Time: 10:00AM-11:30 22/07/2019

Location: Tongbo C407

This talk introduces pedagogical practices that nurture and cultivate agentic, immersive, enacted and embodied language learning experiences – task-based, problem-based and project-based learning. Backgrounding the underlying respective theoretical assumptions - cognitive, sociocultural, and distributed - this talk will highlight the advantages and disadvantages of these approaches. Connecting the needs, goals and values of learners, designers, and instructors, this talk aims to help researchers gain skills of designing and carrying out instructions resulted in embodied learning habits for students, desired learning outcomes for instructors, and research activities for researchers.