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Computer Assisted Language Learning

2018 Volume 31, Number 4

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Number of articles: 7

  1. Learning a Minority Language through Authentic Conversation Using an Online Social Learning Method

    Michael Henry, Fiona Carroll, Daniel Cunliffe & Rita Kop

    Advances in technology are currently helping to speed up the globalisation of 'super' languages. One can argue that at the same time technology might be used to help reverse the decline of less... More

    pp. 321-345

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  2. Learning Chinese through a Twenty-First Century Writing Workshop with the Integration of Mobile Technology in a Language Immersion Elementary School

    Jia-Fang Eubanks, Hsin-Te Yeh & Hungwei Tseng

    Digital mobile devices such as iPads have been around for many years and have been more and more popular in K-12 classrooms. Research has pointed out the advantages of using iPads in classrooms to ... More

    pp. 346-366

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  3. Viewing L2 Captioned Videos: What's in It for the Listener?

    Michael Yeldham

    Captioning is commonly used to scaffold video viewing for second language learners, with the captioning affording the learners access to authentic videos that would ordinarily be out of their reach... More

    pp. 367-389

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  4. Exploring TPACK-SLA Interface: Insights from the Computer-Enhanced Classroom

    Jun-Jie Tseng

    Technological pedagogical content knowledge (TPACK) proposed by Mishra and Koehler is a theoretical construct of teacher knowledge that describes how teachers teach subject matter content using... More

    pp. 390-412

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  5. Retrospect and Prospect of Computer Assisted English Language Learning: A Meta-Analysis of the Empirical Literature

    Maryam Sharifi, AliAsghar Rostami AbuSaeedi, Manoochehr Jafarigohar & Bahman Zandi

    The effectiveness of computer-assisted instruction in language learning has been the topic of a long-standing debate. Prompted by this debate, we attempted to provide an updated meta-analysis on... More

    pp. 413-436

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  6. Making Their Own Landscape: Smartphones and Student Designed Language Learning Environments

    Jonathan Wrigglesworth & Finn Harvor

    This study examined how Korean university students, majoring in English interpretation and translation, used their smartphones to meet their language learning needs. We surveyed 241 students on... More

    pp. 437-458

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  7. New Language Knowledge Construction through Indirect Feedback in Web-Based Collaborative Writing

    Yu-Fen Yang

    This study reports on how students construct new language knowledge by indirect feedback in web-based collaborative writing. Indirect feedback (text organization, reader-based perspectives, and... More

    pp. 459-480

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