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Language Learning: French autoethnography


[Study Home]  [Study Phase One]  [Study Phase Two]  [Study Phase Three]

 

Phase 2

 

 

Phase 2 Iteration 1 Detail Table

Data sources: Output from Phase 1, Blog, diary, browser bookmarks, search history, photos.

 

Resource Element 

Knowledge / Skills

Fr. Syntax: Components: grammar; rules: Types: verb conjugations and tenses; ordering of pronouns;

Fr. Semantics: Components: vocabulary; expressions/idioms Types: numbers, dates; times of day; weather; objects; actions;  

Fr. Living Language: Components: power and usage; the living evolving language; Types: nouns to new ‘ir’ verbs conjugated as ‘er’ except pp.; technical words e.g. blog; text. 

Fr. Language Skills: Components: Listening, Reading, Speaking, Writing; 

Influences

People and Tools

Fr. Paper (text & images): Types: Books/book sections: language learning specific: created by others: dictionary; language course books; other learning materials provided by teacher;

Books/book sections: Non language learning specific: created by others: novel in French;

Papers/charts: language learning specific: created by learner: Language materials made by Learner: Verb Conjugations: Useful phrases/handles; Aide memoirs: notes I stick round the house, My top ten learning points; Notebooks;

Articles in French Newspapers and magazines;

Shopping/Travel: information leaflets e.g. about Notre Dame de la Garde, timetables and route maps;

Equipment: menus and wine lists; packaging, labels and instructions.  

Fr. Video/Film: Types:Films with subtitles (Fr:Eng; Eng:Fr) – DVDs; YouTube; Cinema; French language adverts;

Fr. Audio: Types:French language not language learning specific: Radio; Audio Books; Music & Song: overheard conversations in my proximity; Phone messages; French language - language learning specific (Audio CD course; Listening exercise;) 

Fr. TV: Types:news; Tele matin; advertisements; game shows; 

Digital Technology: Types:Emails in French; Emails about French;

Applications: diary (with reminders of verbs and vocabulary that I attach to my digital diary with a timed alert;) iphoto; audio memo,  Wikipedia, Skype, Google search; Google translate; Google maps; iphone; Laptop; iTunes; Internet; WWW search, browser, www pages; Google local; websites (bookmarks/history); Blog created by learner (posts, pages, the production of); Blog comments; CD player;  

People (see also MAP list): Types:known to me, not known to me, physically present, not physically present 

Influences

environment

Fr. Lang school: 

UK. Wk: Components:office, meeting rooms etc. 

Fr. Commercial premises Types:Shops, Restaurants, Cafés; Components: the products, signage and physical environment (French language text) 

UK. Commercial premises Types:Shops, Restaurants, Cafés; Components: the products, signage and physical environment (English Language text) 

Fr. Travel/ transport: Types: to and within France: Components: the transport fabric with signage; the stations, airports and bus stops with signage and facilities (French language text);  

UK. Travel/ transport: Types: to and within England: Components: the transport fabric with signage; the stations, airports and bus stops with signage and facilities (English Language text);  

Fr. Living Accommodation: Types: the rented apartment; My landlady’s apartment; Components: rooms; views; furnishings. 

UK. Living Accommodation: Components: house and its environs 

Fr. Landmarks/scenery: Types: as seen from accommodation/ when walking/ when travelling; Components: notices and road signs in French; roads; hills; steps; 

 

NB Learner skills are part of learner resources along with learner affect etc. – these resources can still act as a filter to learning.

 

Note 1: Decisions still to be made about these resources originally identified, but now thought to be connections between resources rather than resources: Shared Language/Words; Social situations

Note 2: Question: artefacts and tools such as food and drink, cutlery, as part of a landmark or shop, equipment used to play games as part of the races etc. - is it the words for these – is it the physicality of these – is it the sensation of these e.g. the taste of French wine

 

 

 

 

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