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The Effect of Synchronous and Asynchronous CMC on Oral Performance in German
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Modern Language Journal Volume 87, Number 2, ISSN 0026-7902

Abstract

Examines whether computer mediated communication can help learners improve their oral proficiency by comparing the performance of three groups of learners (a control group, a synchronous CMC group, and an asynchronous CMc group) on three oral discussion tasks during the course of a semester. Number of idea units and words, lexical richness and diversity, and syntactic complexity of learner language served as dependent variables. (Author/VWL)

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Abrams, Z.I. (2003). The Effect of Synchronous and Asynchronous CMC on Oral Performance in German. Modern Language Journal, 87(2), 157. Retrieved October 21, 2019 from .

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