Developing a Web-Based Course for the Conventional English Grammar Classroom: Issues in Planning and Design

Developing a Web-Based Course for the Conventional English Grammar Classroom: Issues in Planning and Design

Julia Lavid (Universidad Cumplutense de Madrid, Spain)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59140-521-4.ch008
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Abstract

Currently, there are three possible teaching scenarios: conventional, lecture-based teaching; Web-managed teaching where lectures have been removed altogether and all learning is online; and supplemental (Web-based) teaching, which combines the previous two. This chapter describes the first phase of a project on the integration of Web-based technologies into the conventional lecture-based scenario of English grammar teaching at a large public university in Spain. It focuses on issues of planning and design of Web-based tools and materials which can potentially support the Seven Good Teaching Principles. It also describes a tentative plan to introduce the Web-based tools progressively into the lecture-based classroom so that both students and instructors become familiar with the new learning environment as the course proceeds. The author hopes that the work reported here will encourage instructors to keep abreast of innovative methods that extend the students’ learning environment beyond the traditional face-to-face meetings.

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Foreword
David Blakesley
Preface
Kirk St.Amant
Acknowledgments
Kirk St.Amant
Chapter 1
Mark D. Hawthorne
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Chapter 2
Wendy Warren Austin
This chapter proposes that composition instructors focus less on the technical aspects of having students get Web pages published and more on... Sample PDF
Hypertext Theory and Web Writing Assignments in the Writing and Professional Communication Classroom
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Chapter 3
Stacey L. Connaughton, Brent D. Ruben
Technology, communication, leadership, and work processes are inextricably linked in contemporary organizations. An understanding of these topics... Sample PDF
Millennium Leadership Inc.: A Case Study of Computer and Internet-Based Communication in a Simulated Organization
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Chapter 4
Shawn McIntosh
Traditional classroom environments can benefit from using asynchronous computer-mediated communication (CMC) such as an online discussion group... Sample PDF
Expanding the Classroom: Using Online Discussion Forums in College and Professional Development Courses
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Chapter 5
Timothy D. Giles
A listserv can help to create a sense of community in a technical communication classroom. After reviewing relevant literature from Composition... Sample PDF
Creating Community in the Technical Communication Classroom
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Chapter 6
Melody Bowdon
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Virtual Networks: Mapping Community-Based Collaboration and Professional Writing
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Chapter 7
Rhonna J. Robbins-Sponaas, Jason Nolan
This chapter defines, describes, and assesses the form of collaborative virtual learning environment known as MOOs. MOOs offer opportunities... Sample PDF
MOOs: Polysynchronous Collaborative Virtual Environments
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Chapter 8
Julia Lavid
Currently, there are three possible teaching scenarios: conventional, lecture-based teaching; Web-managed teaching where lectures have been removed... Sample PDF
Developing a Web-Based Course for the Conventional English Grammar Classroom: Issues in Planning and Design
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Chapter 9
Mark R. Freiermuth
In this chapter, we examine the ways in which the Internet was used to run a case study-based, decision-making simulation in an academic writing... Sample PDF
A Bridge to the Workplace: Using an Internet-Based Simulation in the Writing Classroom
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Chapter 10
Jo Mackiewicz
This chapter analyzes the “state of the art” of OWLs, or online writing labs. It reports the results of a study of 343 OWLs that examined the extent... Sample PDF
The State of Online Writing Labs: Have They Fulfilled Their Potential?
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Chapter 11
Amy Lee Locklear
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Is This a Real Person? A Tutor's Response to Navigating Identity in the Spaces of a Synchronous Electronic Writing Center
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Nancy A. Wiencek
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Telework: A Guide to Professional Communication Practices
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An Open Source Primer  (pages 278-298)
Brian Still
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John Logie
This chapter posits a widening gap between workplace writing practices and traditional composition pedagogies. In particular, this chapter suggests... Sample PDF
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