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Hybrid language teaching and learning: Looking forward
Hybrid language teaching and learning: Exploring theoretical, pedagogical and curricular issues (2013)
  • Fernando Rubio, University of Utah
  • Joshua J. Thoms, Utah State University
Abstract
This introductory chapter discusses the current state of affairs in hybrid or blended second language teaching and emphasizes the main issues that need to be taken into account when starting or maintaining a hybrid foreign language (FL) course. After providing a summary of the content of the different sections of our co-edited volume ('Hybrid language teaching and learning: Exploring theoretical, pedagogical, and curricular issues'), the chapter closes with our view of how blended language teaching and learning will continue to evolve and contribute to the ever-changing landscape of FL education.
Keywords
  • hybrid,
  • language,
  • teaching,
  • learning
Publication Date
2013
Editor
Joshua Thoms, Fernando Rubio
Publisher
Heinle Cengage Learning
Citation Information
Hybrid language teaching and learning: Looking forward. In F. Rubio & J. Thoms (Eds.), Hybrid language teaching and learning: Exploring theoretical, pedagogical and curricular issues (pp. 1–9). Boston: Heinle Cengage (with Fernando Rubio).