rganetzky at madison.k12.wi.us
Tue Jan 23 22:47:04 EST 2001
>Say, we seem to have a lot of people interested in both languages and
>computers. I'd be interested to know your thoughts on the role of
>computers in language learning. We introduced an Internet workbook for
>the introductory Spanish courses here and it is meeting with a lot of
>resistance (not completely unfounded resistance, I might add, due to some
>technical glitches). Any experience with this type of language learning?
In my university Hebrew lit class we had computer versions of the lit, with
computerized vocabulary, and computerized sentence analysis, and I found it
really helpful, because it was more relevant and up-to-date than paper
resources. (although less general). I think being good at languages and
good at computers both are based on the same general thing, a willingness
and ability to learn in a dynamic field.
Rebecca D. Ganetzky
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