Vés enrere 11/02/2021 The TRADILEX Project: Audiovisual Translation as a Didactic Resource in Foreign Language Education, a càrrec de Jennifer Lertola
11/02/2021 The TRADILEX Project: Audiovisual Translation as a Didactic Resource in Foreign Language Education, a càrrec de Jennifer Lertola
Date and time: 11 February 2021, at 11.30 AM.
Speaker: Jennifer Lertola, Università del Piemonte Orientale, Italy ([email protected]
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Abstract: Over the last twenty years, foreign language education has moved towards the active engagement of learners through Audiovisual Translation (AVT) tasks. The potential of AVT has been recognised by European institutions by funding research-led projects such as LeViS and ClipFlair. Scholars have focused on various strands of investigation on the topic (Lertola 2019; Talaván 2020). This paper presents TRADILEX (Audiovisual Translation as a Didactic Resource in Foreign Language Education) a recent I+D+i project funded by the Spanish Ministry of University and Research which involves Spanish and international universities. TRADILEX aims at consolidate the didactic use of AVT to improve foreign language learning as an innovative line of research in which the benefits of the use of audiovisual media, mediation and technology are combined. To this purpose, the project aims at determine the improvement in foreign language learning – mainly English as a Foreign Language – promoted by the pedagogical use of AVT. In order to enhance communicative competence in an integrated manner, a methodological proposal which includes
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Talaván, N. (2020). “The Didactic Value of AVT in Foreign Language Education.” In L. Bogucki & M. Deckert (Eds.) The Palgrave Handbook of Audiovisual Translation and Media Accessibility (pp. 567-592). P