Recommended website BE-CuLT

Martina Rost-Roth, Mats Landgren, Mikko Turunen

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http://www.becult.org

The BE-CuLT website draws on a variety of different theories and approaches. The basic underlying principles are Computer Assisted Language Learning, Content and Language Integrated Learning, Autonomous Learning, and the promotion of intercultural competence. In the following, these principles are elaborated; as well as a discussion of other theoretical issues and their impact on the development of the website and organizational aspects of program application.


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