Tuesday, March 22
10:15-10:45 AM
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World language teachers’ transition from face-to-face to online teaching

Full Paper ID: 48091
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    Binbin Zheng
    Michigan State University
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    Chin-Hsi Lin
    Michigan State University

Abstract: Scholars and practitioners are increasingly coming to recognize that, practices that have been successful in traditional teaching do not always translate well when used online. This is especially the case in online second-language teaching. This study examines how CSL (Chinese as a second language) teachers perceive their transition from face-to-face to online teaching. The current study was conducted in a virtual high school in the Midwestern United States. Twelve online CSL teachers from a virtual high school in the Midwestern United States participated in individual 40- to 60-minute interviews about their adjustment from face-to-face to online teaching. All the interview transcripts were coded and analyzed using a bottom-up scheme, and a total of five themes generated, which reflected teachers adjustments in the managerial, social, and pedagogical roles that teachers play when moving into online teaching.

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