Learning languages is enhanced through the use of multimodal resources, digital environments and technologies in the target language. Accessing live target language environments and texts via digital media contributes to the development of information technology capabilities as well as linguistic and cultural knowledge. Accessing different real-time contexts extends the boundaries of the classroom.
From the Australian Curriculum - General Capabilities
There are an infinite number ICT platforms, resources and apps that can be used to support and enhance the learning of languages:
What Works 4 explores how teachers use ICT to develop students' Asia capabilities across the curriculum.
Individualising student learning - Video of St Patrick's College (VIC) head of languages discussing how she has led colleagues to identify and select appropriate teaching strategies to foster students’ achievements in learning languages and cultures, in particular through the innovative use of ICT.
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