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Computer-ondersteund talenonderwijs
  • ISSN 0169-7420
  • E-ISSN: 2213-4883
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Abstract

What aids do teachers who consider making their own courseware have at their disposal today?In this article some of these are discussed, and special attention is paid to such notions as authoring programmes and authoring systems.At the same time some criteria are presented which enable the teacher-author to decide which programming tool he or she considers the most suitable in his or her position.Next, attention is drawn to the importance of the didactic plan i.e. writing out the didactic script, before 'programming' (the production stage) is started. Especially with a view to the pre-production stage a so-called grade project is introduced, which offers the possibility of developing courseware systematically, the didactic plan being the central point.In the second part of this article Mrs. W. van Straalen (University of Leyden) describes how she together with her team (of students) has come to a (well-)considered choice of an authoring system (Calis) and has been able to write student-friendly programmes.To give a concrete example: she analyses the programming process of training the use of prepositions after the adjectives listed in L'essentiel de la grammaire française, appendix Vili.
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1989-01-01
2019-12-05
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  • Article Type: Research Article
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