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CALICO Journal

1996 Volume 14, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. A Theoretical Foundation for the Development of Pedagogical Tasks in Computer Mediated Communication

    M Rafael Salaberry

    Reviews pedagogical claims of computer assisted language learning (CALL), multimedia applications and outcomes, and new research in second language acquisition. Findings reveal that computer... More

    pp. 5-34

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  2. Language Learning on the World Wide Web: Toward a Framework of Network Based CALL

    Yong Zhao

    Considers the use of the World Wide Web in second language acquisition (SLA) within a language learning framework providing a better structure within which the use of networked-based technology can... More

    pp. 37-51

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  3. Computer vs. Workbook Instruction in Second Language Acquisition

    Noriko Nagata

    Compares the effectiveness of Nihongo-CALI (Japanese Computer Assisted Language Instruction) with non-CALI workbook instruction. Findings reveal that given the same grammar notes and exercises,... More

    pp. 53-75

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  4. HyperCharacters: A Pilot Study in Computerized Learning of Chinese Characters

    Xiaoliang Li

    Describes a pilot study of a computerized program for learning Chinese characters. The program, HyperCharacters, uses graphic symbols, sounds and animated presentation to produce an integrated... More

    pp. 77-94

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