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Sánchez-Castro, Olga; Strambi, Antonella – CALICO Journal, 2017
This study explores the potential contribution of Eggins and Slade's (2004) Speech Functions as tools for describing learners' participation patterns in Synchronous Computer-Mediated Communication (SCMC). Our analysis focuses on the relationship between learners' self-efficacy (i.e. personal judgments of second language performance capabilities)…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Synchronous Communication, Technology Uses in Education, Educational Technology
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Becker, Shannon R.; Sturm, Jessica L. – CALICO Journal, 2017
The purpose of the present study was to determine whether integrating online audiovisual materials into the listening instruction of L2 French learners would have a measurable impact on their listening comprehension development. Students from two intact sections of second-semester French were tested on their listening comprehension before and…
Descriptors: French, Second Language Instruction, Audiovisual Instruction, Listening Comprehension
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Plonsky, Luke – CALICO Journal, 2015
There are a number of methodological practices commonly employed by CALL researchers that limit progress in the field. Some of these practices are particular to replication research, but most are more general and are found throughout the field. I describe in this paper two studies that are fabricated but that resemble much of what is found in…
Descriptors: Computer Assisted Instruction, Educational Technology, Second Language Instruction, Teaching Methods
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Jones, Linda C.; Murphy, Cheryl A.; Holland, Amalie – CALICO Journal, 2015
This study investigated the quantity and characteristics of student language production, discourse functions, and morphosyntactic features in three different discourse settings--face-to-face (F2F), lab-setting chatroom interactions (Lab), and any place/any device chatroom interactions (APAD). Discourse was examined through the replication and…
Descriptors: Interaction, Synchronous Communication, Statistical Analysis, Language Acquisition
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Rott, Susanne; Gavin, Bianca – CALICO Journal, 2015
This investigation reports on a conceptual replication of Goldman et al. (2012) which sought to determine processing patterns of better and poorer learners as they attempted to comprehend and learn from seven textual sources on the Internet in their native language English. The aim of the current investigation was to explore how reading multiple…
Descriptors: Internet, Electronic Learning, Replication (Evaluation), Second Language Learning
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Wang, Jing – CALICO Journal, 2014
This study is aimed at identifying reading strategies of beginning learners of Chinese as a foreign language (CFL) with and without a pop-up dictionary and at determining if learners retain the reading comprehension gained from using the dictionary. Beginning CFL learners at a Midwestern university answered questions about their reading strategies…
Descriptors: Computer Assisted Instruction, Dictionaries, Educational Technology, Second Language Learning
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Poole, Robert – CALICO Journal, 2012
This study compares the effectiveness of online textual glosses enhanced with modified corpus-extracted sentences presented in concordance lines and textual glosses enhanced with dictionary definitions drawn from an online learner's dictionary for academic vocabulary learning at higher proficiency levels. Particularly, the study aimed to determine…
Descriptors: Pretests Posttests, Experimental Groups, Control Groups, Foreign Students
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Yanguas, Inigo – CALICO Journal, 2012
The present study adds to the computer-mediated communication (CMC) literature by exploring oral learner-to-learner interaction using Skype, a free and widely used Internet software program. In particular, this task-based study has a two-fold goal. Firstly, it explores possible differences between two modes of oral CMC (audio and video) and…
Descriptors: Video Technology, Listening Comprehension, Research Design, Computer Mediated Communication
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Vasconcelos, Ricardo – CALICO Journal, 2012
This study examines student preferences and behavior when navigating online multimedia modules dedicated to teaching cultural aspects associated with an L2, and the contribution of the online multimedia format of the modules to raising interest in these cultural topics. It focuses on student options regarding reading texts on the modules' main…
Descriptors: Video Technology, Multimedia Materials, Multimedia Instruction, Web Sites
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Pardo-Ballester, Cristina – CALICO Journal, 2012
In order to integrate technology into the language curriculum, it is essential not only to evaluate a program within a second language acquisition (SLA) framework but also to seek the students' attitudes towards the use of computer-assisted language learning (CALL) materials. Guided by Chapelle's (2001) framework for CALL evaluation, this paper…
Descriptors: Video Technology, Speech Communication, Student Attitudes, Computer Assisted Instruction
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Aliweh, Ahmed Mahmoud – CALICO Journal, 2011
Due to the increasing demand on the incorporation of web-based materials into Egyptian higher educational institutions, this study examined students' learning styles, satisfaction with online learning, and the relationships between these two variables and students' gender. The study was conducted on 51 EFL college students (24 males and 27…
Descriptors: Electronic Learning, Cognitive Style, Schools, Web Based Instruction
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Jones, Linda C. – CALICO Journal, 2009
This article describes how effectively multimedia learning environments can assist second language (L2) students of different spatial and verbal abilities with listening comprehension and vocabulary learning. In particular, it explores how written and pictorial annotations interacted with high/low spatial and verbal ability learners and thus…
Descriptors: Control Groups, Listening Comprehension, Verbal Ability, Vocabulary Development