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   RE: attending class via computer
 From: Tom Beeman
 To: Language Educators
 Posted: 12-14-2017 00:27
 Message: Because students attend live sessions, there is interaction between the teacher and student and between students just like any other school.  Plus, we are available when not in class via phone and e-mail so interaction in the target language can occur that way, too.  At the AP level, we have an artificial interpersonal communication as there are assignments that mimic what you see on the AP Exam (a series of pre-recorded prompts you have to respond to - a simulated conversation).

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Tom Beeman
High School Spanish Teacher
California Virtual Academies
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Original Message:
Sent: 12-12-2017 13:08
From: Todd Bowen
Subject: attending class via computer

Thanks Tom.

Could you describe what interpersonal interactions look like between and among students?  I'm most interested in interpersonal speaking to help all the decision-makers grasp what it looks like in this model.

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Todd Bowen

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Original Message:
Sent: 12-11-2017 12:57
From: Tom Beeman
Subject: attending class via computer

This is my entire school.  We are an on-line, public charter school with 11 charters in California.  All of our students and teachers work from home with required and optional live sessions weekly via BlackBoard Connect.

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Tom Beeman
High School Spanish Teacher
California Virtual Academies

Original Message:
Sent: 12-08-2017 13:48
From: Todd Bowen
Subject: attending class via computer

Does your district have any experiences with high school students attending a language class via computer that is taught by an instructor in another location?   If so, please contact me about your experiences.

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Todd Bowen
toddbowen62@gmail.com
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