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2010 | 10 | 2 | 69-78
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USING A DIGITAL PRESENTER AS A MIXED SOLUTION TO TEACHING AND TRAINING

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The paper presents how a Digital Visual Presenter and Document Camera, used in a teacher training course, can help teachers to introduce new digital technologies into their practice gradually. It discusses the possibilities such a tool can offer to teachers when designing and delivering mainstream foreign language lessons for face-to-face or distance learning environments.
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10
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2
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69-78
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  • University of Higher-Normandy Teacher Training College Rouen, France
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