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The EUROCALL Review

March 2014 Volume 22, Number 1

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Developing Students' Listening Metacognitive Strategies Using Online Videotext Self-Dictation-Generation Learning Activity

    Ching Chang & Chih-Kai Chang

    The study is based on the use of a flexible learning framework to help students improve information processes underlying strategy instruction in EFL listening. By exploiting the online videotext... More

    pp. 3-19

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  2. Integrating Multimedia ICT Software in Language Curriculum: Students' Perception, Use, and Effectiveness

    Nikolai Penner & Elzbieta Grodek

    Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) constitute an integral part of the teaching and learning environment in present-day educational institutions and play an increasingly important role... More

    pp. 20-39

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  3. Curating and Nudging in Virtual CLIL Environments

    Helle Lykke Nielsen

    Foreign language teachers can benefit substantially from the notions of curation and nudging when scaffolding CLIL activities on the internet. This article shows how these principles can be... More

    pp. 40-46

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  4. Impact of iPod Touch-Supported Repeated Reading on the English Oral Reading Fluency of L2 Students with Specific Learning Difficulties

    Salomi Papadima-Sophocleous & Marina Charalambous

    In recent years the use of new technologies has been extensively explored in different aspects of language learning pedagogy. The objective of this research was to investigate the impact Repeated... More

    pp. 47-58

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  5. Expert Views on How Language Education May Develop in the Next 20 Years and What CALL Could Contribute

    Ton Koenraad

    The celebration of EUROCALL's twentieth anniversary provides a proper occasion to reflect on the future of language teaching and the role of CALL in these developments. In this paper we present the... More

    pp. 59-68

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