IDLE is Informal Digital Learning of English and is introduced in this talk by our EdUHK Dept of ELE colleague, Dr Ju Lee. In his sharing about his IDLE project, Dr Lee shares his experience of promoting self-guided learning of English via e-learning outside of the classroom through the 14-Day IDLE Challenge Program. Students who join the project challenge themselves with video dubbing using two featured online resources, including Fun Dubbing and Padlet. In his presentation, Dr Lee answers the questions:
How was the project developed?
How was the program conducted?
How were the e-resources integrated into the program?
How did students react to the challenge of the program?
What benefits could you gain from the project?
Find the answers in his full-length sharing video below or, for a quick preview, watch the video on the right for a snapshot of his sharing.
Ju’s “Coping with Constant Change” Sharing Session
View his presentation slides here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Q7mAv_nrBMpS897hbU-8t-M95uO_gbwC/view?usp=sharing
Outline of Ju’s Sharing Session
“Integrating Informal Digital Learning of English (IDLE) into the Classroom”
|Introduction||00:00 – 01:36||
|IDLE Project||01:36 – 09:05||
|14-Day IDLE Challenge Program||09:05 – 16:05||
|16:05 – 24:18||
|24:18 – 28:41||
|Discussion||28:41 – 38:19||
|Experience Sharing||38:19 – 47:24||
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