LWD Languages at Work through Drama

 

  

 

LWD Languages at Work through Drama.

A Foreign Language Practice Method for Personnel that supports Internationalization at Home.

This method stimulates the practice of a foreign language among university/college personnel while they are at work. Developing foreign language proficiency among personnel improves the Internationalization at Home processes. We do not promote any publishers or sell any materials. 

Note: This method not intended to be a "one-size-fits-all" model. It is intended to be a flexible, open and adaptable method. It was created to serve as a provocative resource, a sensitizer, a reference, which educational institutions can tap into in its entirety or only utilize the parts that are needed or useful.

 

Contact Carlos Huerta at carlos@usmexfusion.org for LWD Method consulting services and training. 

 

Example Conversation

Foreign language practiced: English

Participants´ mother tongue: Spanish

Script (written by participants and revised by instructors)

 

 

Mp3 recorded by instructors

 

 

Video recorded by participants

 

 

 

Example of rubrics used to assess the conversation

 

 

 

 

USMEXFUSION presented on Languages at Work through Drama Method (LWD) at the 6th International Virtual Global Education Conference 2015 http://www.globaleducationconference.com/ on Tuesday November 18th, 2015. This method stimulates the practice of a foreign language among HEI personnel.

Title of the presentation: Stimulating the practice of a foreign language at work through the Open-Access Languages at Work through Drama Method (LWD)

Watch the presentation below:

 

 

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