Introducing IoT and Wearable Technologies into Task-Based Language Learning for Young Children

@article{Gua2016IntroducingIA,
  title={Introducing IoT and Wearable Technologies into Task-Based Language Learning for Young Children},
  author={Elena de la Gu{\'i}a and Vicente L{\'o}pez Camacho and Luis Orozco-Barbosa and Victor M. Brea Lujan and Victor M. Ruiz Penichet and Mar{\'i}a Dolores Lozano},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies},
  year={2016},
  volume={9},
  pages={366-378}
}
In the last few years, in an attempt to further motivate students to learn a foreign language, there has been an increasing interest in task-based teaching techniques, which emphasize communication and the practical use of language, thus moving away from the repetitive grammar-translation methods. Within this approach, the significance of situating foreign language learners in scenarios where they can meaningfully learn has become a major priority for many educators. This approach is… CONTINUE READING
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