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  1. #Participants
  2. #Rationale
  3. #Aims and objectives
  4. Project #Project plan
  5. Project Moodle site
  6. General description of the intended products
  7. Future perspectives and sustainability
  8. Evaluation methods
  9. Description and evaluation of the products
    1. Danish digital learning objects
    2. Icelandic pronounciation Moodle resource
    3. The Norwegian Wiki
    4. Swedish
  10. Project leader's conclusion


Aims and objectives

The project aims to assist language teachers in Scandinavian Studies to develop and share their materials and practices in a group whose languages and challenges to learners are very similar. The project aims specifically to create language materials for blended language learning in the digital classroom.

The materials produced will be directed towards advanced beginners/intermediate levels. Each language teacher will produce materials for 8 hours of classroom teaching, equivalent to two weeks of term-time teaching. The final product of each teacher will consist of a collection of materials and tasks for blended language learning under the heading of a single theme (chosen by the individual language teacher) and accompanied by a detailed description of the best practices involved in teaching with the materials, the technologies used and the skills practiced, together with an evaluation of learning experiences including samples of students' work. All materials must include the use of at least four technologies/media for blended learning in the digital classroom, for instance audio/video materials, voice recording, websites and social networking activities such as wiki, blog or chat. The materials and tasks used and created must be made publishable on the Scandinavian Studies Languages Moodle site and made available there as a digital and interactive "text-book"

project plan
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Project plan