Project-Based Language Learning and CALL - From Virtual Exchange to Social Justice - Michael Thomas

Project-Based Language Learning and CALL - From Virtual Exchange to Social Justice - Michael Thomas

3. Business English Telecollaboration in PBL in Indonesian and Saudi Arabian Contexts

Project-Based Language Learning and CALL - From Virtual Exchange to Social Justice - Michael Thomas

Imelda Bangun [+-]
University of South Florida (PhD candidate)
Imelda Bangun has worked with adult immigrants, refugees, and international students for eight years as an educator and administrator. She is a Ph.D. candidate in Technology in Education and Second Language Acquisition at the University of South Florida and a literacy instructor at the Adult Education Center of Palm Beach County. Her research interests include CALL, e-learning, metacognition, L2 motivation, corpus, project-based learning, and multiliteracy.
Adel Alfaifi [+-]
University of South Florida (PhD candidate)
Adel Alfaifi is a Ph.D. student in Technology in Education and Second Language Acquisition at the University of South Florida with 4 years of Arabic-as-a-Foreign-Language teaching experience. His research interests include authentic learning materials, foreign language assessment, project-based learning, and CALL.

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Employing technology in PBL is challenging for many inexperienced EFL teachers. This chapter aims to juxtapose the language teaching practice of fostering social entrepreneurship in business English via telecollaboration in Indonesian and Saudi Arabian contexts by reviewing and synthesizing literature which focuses on technology-mediated PBL approaches.

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Bangun, Imelda; Alfaifi, Adel. 3. Business English Telecollaboration in PBL in Indonesian and Saudi Arabian Contexts. Project-Based Language Learning and CALL - From Virtual Exchange to Social Justice. Equinox eBooks Publishing, United Kingdom. p. 57-81 Mar 2021. ISBN 9781800500242. https://www.equinoxpub.com/home/view-chapter/?id=42397. Date accessed: 18 Oct 2021 doi: 10.1558/equinox.42397. Mar 2021

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