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Meaningful SLOs for PBLL

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Title: Meaningful SLOs for PBLL
Other Titles: Meaningful Student Learning Outcomes for Project-Based Language Learning
Authors: Hill, Yao Zhang
Keywords: project-based language learning, student learning outcome
Issue Date: 07 Aug 2017
Publisher: University of Hawaii at Manoa
Citation: Hill, Y. Z., (2017, August). Meaningful SLOs for PBLL [PowerPoint slides and notes]. Workshop presented at National Foreign Language Resource Center Intensive Summer Institute: Pathways to Project-Based Language Learning, University of Hawai'i at Mānoa, Honolulu, HI
Abstract: The workshop provides two perspectives in developing student learning outcomes (SLOs) for a project-based language learning (PBLL) course: (1) connecting with program, institutional, field, and societal learning expectations and (2) balancing between being aspirational and achievable (or general and specific). The workshop emphasizes the need and advantages for a PBLL course to support program, institutional, and liberal art essential outcomes. It encourages the language educations to cultivate students' intercultural competence, content/disciplinary knowledge and skills, and cognitive skills such as critical thinking and research skills, in addition to language proficiency. It differentiates a task from an SLO: How to use a task to inform SLO development and how to use an SLO to guide pedagogical task design.
Pages/Duration: 22 pages
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/48499
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