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CALICO Journal

January 2005 Volume 22, Number 2

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Contextualized Computer-Based L2 Prosody Training: Evaluating the Effects of Discourse Context and Video Input

    Debra M. Hardison

    Two types of contextualized input in prosody training were investigated for 28 advanced L2 speakers of English (L1 Chinese). Their oral presentations provided training materials. Native-speakers ... More

    pp. 175-190

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  2. Connecting CALL Theory and Practice in Preservice Teacher Education and beyond: Processes and Products

    Sarah Rilling, Anne Dahlman, Sarah Dodson, Claire Boyles & Ozlem Pazvant

    This paper integrates the theory and practice of computer pedagogies in a variety of language courses, all stemming from participation in a graduate level course on computers in language teaching. ... More

    pp. 213-235

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  3. Challenge of Developing and Implementing Multimedia Courseware for a Japanese Language Program

    Kaori Kabata, Grace Wiebe & Tracy Chao

    This paper discusses issues surrounding the development and implementation of Computer-Assisted Language Learning (CALL) at the curriculum- and program-levels. The Japanese program at the... More

    pp. 237-250

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  4. Les Chansons de la Francophonie Web Site and Its Two Web-Usage-Tracking Systems in an Advanced Listening Comprehension Course

    Alysse Weinberg

    The "Les Chansons de la francophonie" web site is based on French songs and was developed using HTML and JavaScript for the advanced French Comprehension Course at the Second Language Institute of ... More

    pp. 251-268

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  5. Using German Web Sites to Teach Culture in German Courses

    Michael Hager

    Using the World Wide Web to teach foreign languages is ever increasing. In addition, the teaching of culture in foreign language instruction has become a standard element in most language classes. ... More

    pp. 269-284

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  6. An Investigation of the Fundamental Characteristics in Quality Online Spanish Instruction

    Margaret Rose Don

    This article presents research findings investigating the fundamental characteristics in online Spanish instruction (at the university level in the United States) designed to maximize learning... More

    pp. 285-306

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