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Using Multimodal Modes on Social Networking for Autonomous Learning

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Using Multimodal Modes on Social Networking for Autonomous Learning

 

SoHee Kim, Korea University, South Korea (grinplus@gmail.com)

 

Summary: Multimodal modes can enhance the learner’s motivation and higher-order thinking to build automaticity for language development. This presentation shows how multimodal learning can be successful when it is used in online-based learning and social networking. The presenter will also demonstrate online activities and resources to promote an autonomous learning environment.

 

 

SoHee Kim is a PhD student in the Department of English Language Education at Korea University. She has taught College-level English in the USA and South Korea. Her teaching and research interests include the effects of media and technology in teaching and learning English and digital literacy.

 

 

EV-Fair CLASSIC-2015.pptx

 

Webcast recording not available due to technical difficulties.

 

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