Welcome to Teachers for Interactive Language Learning! This website is designed to provide opportunities for English language educators and English language learners to interact. You may browse around as a guest or create a Moodle account in order to become more active. Also, check out the educational events calendar in order to see who's talking online today. You are also encouraged to join the TILL Google+ Community. Enjoy! -Benjamin
Help us improve this website by providing helpful feedback!
Teachers for Interactive Language Learning is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.
External content linked to this website may or may not contain the same licensing agreement.
This propedeutic course extends what students learned in Writing I. The two propedeutic semesters set out to provide students with the minimum academic writing skills necessary to be successful in the BA major in ELT. This course is focused on the development of skills and strategies needed to write well-organized and fully-developed, five-paragraph essays.
This open course is designed for pre-service and in-service language educators (i.e. anyone who has a desire to assist others in improving an additional language) who wish to find the relevancy of theory to a particular teaching and learning problem they face whether in a formal educational setting or informal social environment.
In this subject, the learner will know the relation between language and the different contexts in which language can be used in both written and oral form. The learner will analyze the function of language in regards to material design for language teaching, recognize natural or artificial language; and will also become aware of the importance of intonation and how the rules of discourse vary from one culture to another.
This course focuses on the study of language and society, language and social classes, language variety, and language within social groups. Specifically, learners will be exposed to situational contexts, gender, social interaction register and style all having to do with language. At the same time, students will become familiar with varieties of the English language y population from a macro and micro-linguistic perspective.
This course is designed for eighth-semester, pre-service, English language educators as part of a bachelor's degree in English language teaching/training; it officially begins as a face-to-face class in January 28, 2012. Credit-seeking students will submit their work as a subpage to this wiki and all learners (i.e., credit and noncredit-seeking students) are encouraged to view and contribute to the work of others.
This space is designed for any English language educator (teacher, trainer, or anyone interested in helping others improve English as an additional language.
Welcome to the Shyness Institue's study on perceptions of technology and social interaction. We would like you to answer some questions anout how (and how much) you use technology and how perceive social situations. All information collected will be held in strictest confidence. While this information may be published, numbers instead of names will be used on the questionnaires so that your anonymity is assured. This questionnaire will take about 15 minutes to complete. Thank you for your time and participation. Please do not submit this questionnaire more than once.
Educause: Center for Applied Research National Study of Undergraduate Students and Information Technology, 2011
Home for Taekwondo