What About Online Translators with Bertha Delgadillo
In this episode we take on the question of online translator. Like most teachers, you probably have experience with students resorting to using them. But, what do we do about it? They seem to be here to stay, so we need to figure it out.
I'm joined Bertha Delgadillo, a Spanish teacher in Georgia, who is well known for her work with acquisition driven instruction. She helps us to understand why students use translators and offers tips and suggestions for meeting the challenges that this presents.
Bertha speaks specifically about:
- why students use online translators irresponsibly
- strategies to promote risk-taking
- what we can do when students use online translators irresponsibly
- when students might use an online translator as a resource
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