Dialogos Colombianos ethnographic video for the study of nonverbal communication patterns of Spanish-speaking individuals in Bogotá Colombia.
When you order this package you will receive a DVD and a CD. The DVD plays on a normal DVD player but also can play on your DVD equipped computer. Data files on the DVD include files that are also found on the accompanying CD. The CD is conveniently included so that your media dept may quickly make unlimited copies for your students as a study tool.
Files in the data portion of these discs include:
- Dialogues folder with quicktime video navigable through a student web page.
- Teacher Resources folder including a complete web site of information for the teacher. Interviews with Laurence Wylie, originator of this method, and Christopher Pinet, editor of the French Review and a practicioner of this approach, are included.
Write Carolyn Fidelman at email@example.com
to purchase a site license DVD plus CD package for:
Media shipped to you with rights to unlimited use and reproduction of media for
the students at your school.
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Below is more information about this project:
Extending the Language Curriculum with Enabling Technologies: Nonverbal Communication and Interactive Video by C. Fidelman, article reprint from CALICO Monograph IV, June 1997.
Face-to-Face Symposia & Presentations
Frequently Asked Questions
Project Group Discussion 1996-1998
About FIPSE, the Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education
About In The French Body and In The German Body videodiscs and software
Other Internet Resources for nonverbal and paralinguistic language learning
The FIPSE-funded project "Face-To-Face With Change", promotes the learning of total communication
skills when dealing in-person with members of another culture. This means
teaching the elements of gesture, intonation, body movement
and pacing that impart a more native-like feel to a person's
second language performance and therefore diminish the
possibilities for cross-cultural misunderstanding.
The interactive video materials that support this teaching are
called "In The French Body" and "In The German Body".
Participating institutions will experiment with and observe
the ways that implementation of the teaching of nonverbal and
paralinguistic skills in foreign language can be fostered.
Teacher-generated ideas for implementation at the beginning,
intermediate, advanced and professional levels of language
training will be included on this web site as they become available.
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