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Main presenter
Dr. DAO Nguyen Anh Duc
Banking University Ho Chi Minh City (Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam)
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A Template for Integrating Technology into Teaching Writing Skills in Emergency Distance Education
Presentation abstract
The coronavirus pandemic has caused schools to shut down and emergency remote teaching (ERT) and learning has become a typical situation that language teachers and learners around the world have found themselves dealing with. The shift from the traditional classroom to a digital educational setting in response to the crisis is never an easy and smooth procedure due to the lack of resources and facilities, inadequate planning, and ineffective pedagogical approaches. Besides, teaching writing skills requires sufficient amounts of learner engagement and interaction for expected outcomes to be achieved, which may expose the L2 teacher to even greater challenges in the virtual environment. This reflective paper aims to provide a template for integrating educational technology into teaching academic writing as a process in the current emergency context. It first identifies the challenges that might occur in each stage of the writing process in this novel context as well as reviews technologies available to the L2 writing teacher. Then, in the reflection section, the author discusses her application of various technological tools in her research paper writing classes. Implications for more effective use of the tools in the future are provided toward the end of the paper.
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Emergency remote teaching (ERT), educational technology, writing skills
Application of technology to the language classroom
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Duc Dao
Submitted: Monday, 30 August 2021, 11:29 AM [JST]
Modified: Saturday, 9 October 2021, 2:56 AM [JST]
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