Curriculum Design and Praxis in Language Teaching: A Globally Informed Approach

Edited by Fernanda Carra-Salsberg, Maria Figueredo, and Mihyon Jeon

© 2022

Curriculum Design and Praxis in Language Teaching presents a variety of methodologies and theoretical perspectives for current and future postsecondary instructors in the areas of linguistics, second language acquisition, and world literatures. Offering valuable insights for instructors, the materials presented in this collection integrate perspectives and resources from various target languages, world regions, and cultures into areas related to teaching and learning within the field of language.

From critical assessments of the current academic curriculum to the fine-tuning of lesson planning, the materials in this book address the innovative design and implementation of traditional, blended, and online language courses. Including inter-artistic approaches, case studies, and practical guides, this book provides theoretical and hands-on suggestions regarding how to mindfully reinforce students’ socio-cultural engagement and linguistic development both inside and outside of their language learning classrooms. While implementing technology, enhancing engaged spaces of learning, and adapting to the ever-changing field of pedagogy, the innovative ideas for language pedagogy presented in this book attest to agile ways of blending old and new approaches to carry forward in twenty-first century postsecondary classrooms.

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This edited collection bridges successful teaching and learning ideas across the fields of languages, literatures, and linguistics.

Curriculum Design and Praxis in Language Teaching: A Globally Informed Approach

Edited by Fernanda Carra-Salsberg, Maria Figueredo, and Mihyon Jeon

© 2022

Curriculum Design and Praxis in Language Teaching presents a variety of methodologies and theoretical perspectives for current and future postsecondary instructors in the areas of linguistics, second language acquisition, and world literatures. Offering valuable insights for instructors, the materials presented in this collection integrate perspectives and resources from various target languages, world regions, and cultures into areas related to teaching and learning within the field of language.

From critical assessments of the current academic curriculum to the fine-tuning of lesson planning, the materials in this book address the innovative design and implementation of traditional, blended, and online language courses. Including inter-artistic approaches, case studies, and practical guides, this book provides theoretical and hands-on suggestions regarding how to mindfully reinforce students’ socio-cultural engagement and linguistic development both inside and outside of their language learning classrooms. While implementing technology, enhancing engaged spaces of learning, and adapting to the ever-changing field of pedagogy, the innovative ideas for language pedagogy presented in this book attest to agile ways of blending old and new approaches to carry forward in twenty-first century postsecondary classrooms.

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  • World Rights
  • Page Count: 352 pages
  • Dimensions: 6.0in x 1.0in x 9.0in
  • Author Information

    Fernanda Carra-Salsberg is an assistant professor in the Department of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics at York University.


    Maria Figueredo is an associate professor in the Department of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics at York University.


    Mihyon Jeon is an associate professor in the Department of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics at York University.
  • Table of contents

    Introduction

    Section I: Critical Approaches to Curriculum and Pedagogy in Language and Pre-Service Teacher Education

    1. International by Default: Best Practices for Creating Globally Responsible Students in the Language Classroom
    Shobna Nijhawan

    2. Socratic Circles, Critical Literacy, and Culturally Responsive Teacher Education
    Hyunjung Shin and Geraldine Balzer

    3. Developing Future Language Educators’ Critical Language Awareness in Cross-College Discussions
    Anuradha Gopalakrishnan and Leah Shepard-Carey

    Section II: Inter-Artistic Approaches to Teaching and Learning Language

    4. Inter-Artistic Approaches to Teaching Hispanic Culture: Literature and Music
    Victoria Wolff

    5. The Dialogues between Literature and Music: Teaching and Learning Synesthetically
    Maria Figueredo

    6. When Art and English Language Instructors Collaborate
    Tamara Warhol and Katherine Rhodes Fields

    Section III: Experiential Education in Language Teaching

    7. Communicating and Understanding the Other through Experiential Education: Portuguese Language and Culture in Toronto
    Maria João Dodman, Inês Cardoso, and Vander Tavares

    8. Using Experiential Learning Theory as a Framework for Undergraduate Academic Communication Development
    Maria Herke, Deanna Wong, and Susan Hoadley

    9. Words at Play: Language Learning at Work
    Agustina Tocalli-Beller

    Section IV: Technology-Enhanced Teaching in Language Classrooms

    10. Building Capacity for Twenty-First Century Digital Language Teaching Practices
    Geoff Lawrence
     
    11. Digital Storytelling Using Computer-Based Technology in Second Language Learning
    Yujeong Choi and Na-Young Ryu

    12. A Pedagogical Module for a Place-based and Multiliteracies-based Digital Storytelling Project for Language Learning
    Angela Lee-Smith

    13. Using Facebook as a Resource for e-Tandem Language Learning in Higher Education
    Christine Schallmoser and Pia Resnik

    Section V: Online and Blended Language Learning

    14. Student Reception of and Response to Fully Online Language Courses
    Mihyon Jeon and Ahrong Lee

    15. Preparing Future Global Professionals: Technology-Enhanced Group PBL Pedagogy
    Monica Broido and Daniel Portman

    16. A Guide to Synchronous Online Language Teaching
    Seung-Eun Chang

    Section VI: Designing Classroom Resources, Activities, and Assessment Tools for Student Engagement

    17. Classroom-based Assessment Practices of College Korean Language Teachers: A Qualitative Study
    Hye-Sook Wang

    18. Classroom Activities for Student Engagement: "5 Minutes" and Survey Project
    Myounghee Cho

    19. Conceptualizing the Significance of Studying Translingual, Autobiographic Narratives in Postsecondary ESL Classrooms
    Fernanda Carra-Salsberg

    20. Teaching with Case Studies
    Lynn Burley

    Conclusion
    Abstracts

    List of Contributors

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