Published on 06/05/12 at 00:45:15 GMT by Redaksjonen
This competition aims to document how a language learner in the Web 2.0 era uses social media for language learning in daily life outside formal learning contexts, and to award the individual who shares his or her best practice.
The EU funded network "Language Learning and Social Media - 6 Key Dialogues" launched the competition: "Social media in informal language learning and use."
The competition aims to document how a language learner in the Web 2.0 era uses social media for language learning in daily life outside formal learning contexts, and to award the individual who shares his or her best practice.
To join the competition, all you have to do is to participate in an interview and answer questions about social media in informal language learning.
Questions 1. Could you please tell us your first name, your age, your country? 2. What is your first language? 3. What kind of social media do you use? 4. Do you use social media in a language other than your first language? If so, why? 5. Do you participate in any online activities/groups where it is necessary to speak a language other than your first language? 6. Do you think you have developed your language skills through social media? If so, can you give us an example? 7. Social media can be fun but do you think they are useful for learning languages? In what way?
Prize: - The winner will receive a prize worth 1000 euros, for which he or she can choose technical equipment of his/her choice. - The winner will be invited to attend the LS6 final Award Ceremony in late September 2012 in Warsaw. The organizers will fund the winner’s travel costs.
More information: - Read through the instructions in order to find the related institutions and partners for the interviews. - Visit the competitions Vimeo channel and watch the interviews made so far. You can vote your favorite by clicking 'like' or leave your own comment.
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