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International Journal of Computer-Assisted Language Learning and Teaching

January 2019 Volume 9, Number 1

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Teletandem and Teacher's Beliefs about Culture and Language: Deconstruction or Reinforcement of Stereotypes?

    Ana Salomão, São Paulo State University (UNESP), Araraquara, Brazil

    The present scenario of globalization and intercultural communication brings about new language learning contexts, such as Teletandem, to connect language teaching from a local and global... More

    pp. 1-18

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  2. Flipped Classroom for Practical Skills to Enhance Employability: A Case Study of Business Chinese

    Minjie Xing, University of Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom; Jinghui Wang, School of Foreign Languages, Harbin Institute of Technology, Harbin, China; Dongshuo Wang, London School of Economics and Politics, London, United Kingdom

    This study reported on a flipped classroom approach used in a Business Chinese (BC) course in the UK. The research methods were 36 hours of classroom observation, two focused-group interviews (n = ... More

    pp. 19-31

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  3. An Investigation into Using Flipped Classroom Model in an Academic Writing Class in Vietnam

    Nhat Nguyen, Banking University Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam; Kean Lee, School of Education, The University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus, Semenyih, Malaysia; Dung Nguyen, Banking University of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam; Sivabala Naidu, Taylor's College, Subang Jaya, Malaysia

    Taking cognizance of challenges of 21st century learning and the ubiquitous technologies available, a course applying flipped classroom model with a detailed combination of in-class and out-of... More

    pp. 32-57

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  4. Online Tools for Feedback Engagement in Second Language Learning

    Marinella Caruso, Nicola Fraschini & Sabine Kuuse, The University of Western Australia, Crawley, Australia

    Feedback is one of the most important influences on second language learning. While much research has been undertaken in the field of corrective feedback, the study of student engagement with... More

    pp. 58-78

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  5. Chunk Meets Image: The Effects of Chunking and Imagery on Mobile-Based Self-Learning of English as a Foreign Language

    Byoung Kim & Hye Shim, Yonsei University, Seoul

    This study investigated the optimal conditions under which foreign language learning takes place using a smartphone. The authors proposed that two factors, chunking and imagery, would increase... More

    pp. 79-98

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