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Groups of students in American and Japanese Universities work together to do research on an assigned topic (e.g., Technology in Japan and the US; Food in Japan and the US) and they present their final results via Padlet by the end of semester.
Students have the freedom to choose how to present their results. For example, students can make a video, or a poster presentation, or a written report. They are encouraged to use multimedia (skype, messenger, LINE etc.) in the process for discussion and negotiation among members in a group toward the presentation.
This is a project that allows students to collaborate with various digital tools while practicing FL skills and enhancing cultural competencies in a given lesson. Examples of digital tools used for this specific lesson are flipgrid (speaking), twitter and padlet (writing and culture), as well as virtual reality with Google cardboard to experience culture.