Question 10

10. Did your course collaboration take place entirely in English? If not, what other language(s) were used?

 

Croatian words or short phrases were used spontaneously in a few rare occasions (online discussion posts) by ACMT students. English explanations were given for some of them.

English

English

English

English

English

English

English

English, though some UWM students had very limited Japanese knowledge.

English.

Entirely in English.

Entirely in English.

Japanese

Our course collaboration took place entirely in English; however, students were introduced to a couple works of Belizean literature, which included a mixture of English and Belize Kriol. 

Spanish and English / ULPGC : Between instructors: in English Between students: both in English and in Spanish

The collaboration was entirely in English.

We designed the class to allow students to use their native languages primarily. Texas Tech students did not know Korean, so they could not address the MyongJi students in Korea; however, MJU students did address Texas Tech students in English. Speaking both languages was not a requirement for the course. Students could complete the major assignments in the course without using language. Major requirements, for the most part, required technical images or video, not texts.

Yes, all in English

Yes, English.

Yes, English. But students reflected on language use and their own mother tongue using VoiceThread.

Yes, entirely in English, although some attempt to have some Spanish elements in readings and postings.

Yes, our course was taught entirely in English.

Yes, the collaboration took place entirely in English.