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Preparing Language Teachers to Teach Language Online: A Look at Skills, Roles, and Responsibilities
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Computer Assisted Language Learning Volume 22, Number 1, ISSN 0958-8221

Abstract

This paper reviews and critiques an existing skills framework for online language teaching. This critique is followed by an alternative framework for online language teaching skills. This paper also uses a systems view to look at the roles and responsibilities of various stakeholders in an online learning system. Four major recommendations are provided to help language teacher training programs prepare future language teachers for online language teaching. (Contains 5 tables, 2 figures and 1 note.)

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Compton, L.K.L. (2009). Preparing Language Teachers to Teach Language Online: A Look at Skills, Roles, and Responsibilities. Computer Assisted Language Learning, 22(1), 73-99. Retrieved April 26, 2019 from .

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