Flipped classroom for language education: sharing a first practice

Updated: 3:29pm, 5 Sep, 2022
15 March 2017 (Wed)
Room 101, 1/F., Runme Shaw Bldg., HKU
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In this sharing session, Mr. Hashimoto will introduce his first practice of implementing flipped classroom in a content-based language course. As in traditional lectures, content-based language courses often take more time to introduce new concepts and examples while typical language courses give students more activity time. The objective in incorporating flipped classroom is to utilize innovative technologies to maximize face-to-face class time through more active learning to familiarize new concepts. Mr. Hashimoto will share how he incorporated his first flipped classroom into his course and the students’ feedback.

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Mr. Hashimoto is an assistant lecturer in the School of Modern Languages and Cultures. He is teaching Japanese language as a foreign language, Japanese pragmatics and communication. His research interest includes IT in education, language learning to create community, and politeness theory in language education.

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