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Integration and Research Aspects of Internet Technology in Italian Language Acquisition
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Italica Volume 75, Number 4, ISSN 0021-3020

Abstract

A study in three intermediate and advanced Italian second-language classes (n=74 students) analyzes the utility of Internet-based technology in content-area teaching activities. Results indicate that while the technology can be useful, its role as a source of information appears to be its primary one. Available learning activities for Italian were both limited and inadequate. (MSE)

Citation

Sinyor, R. (1998). Integration and Research Aspects of Internet Technology in Italian Language Acquisition. Italica, 75(4), 532. Retrieved December 3, 2021 from .

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