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" for the web 2.0 teacher is to be way more into "identities" as something displayed through these tools than you would usually see in the "normal" classroom." I absolutely agree with this, in the teacher interviews it came through that when the teachers started using facebook, their relationship with the students tended to change and teachers were aware of that and were thinking how to manage the two realities, one of the formal learning and the other of the informality of the Web 2.0, thus the use of the media may be changing not only the language but also the education system itself
-"Web 2.0 is supposed to be social, but somehow it turns to be be individual? what R implications for language learning?" well, I guess one cannot be social without being individual .)
"-would the panel think that there is a market for a let's say MA degree for "profesionnals teaching languages the web 2.0 way? " I think so, although I would also think that before teaching how to teach yia web 2 it would be good to have some research on internet lanuage and the way students use it, but then research could be part of the MA programme
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