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CALICO Journal

January 2006 Volume 23, Number 2

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Communicating and Interacting: An Exploration of the Changing Roles of Media in CALL/CMC

    Debra Hoven

    The sites of learning and teaching using CALL are shifting from CD-based, LAN-based, or stand-alone programs to the Internet. As this change occurs, pedagogical approaches to using CALL are also... More

    pp. 233-256

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  2. Grammar, Writing, and Technology: A Sample Technology-Supported Approach to Teaching Grammar and Improving Writing for ESL Learners

    Volker Hegelheimer & David Fisher

    English language learners are frequently unable to benefit from the prevailing process-writing approaches due to a lack of grammar and vocabulary knowledge relevant to academic writing. This paper ... More

    pp. 257-279

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  3. The Effects of CALL versus Traditional L1 Glosses on L2 Reading Comprehension

    Alan Taylor

    Meta-analytic research of experiments conducted on the effects of native-language (L1) glosses on second-language (L2) reading comprehension have revealed a significant difference between groups of... More

    pp. 309-318

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  4. The Negotiation Model in Asynchronous Computer-Mediated Communication (CMC): Negotiation in Task-Based Email Exchanges

    Keiko Kitade

    Based on recent studies, computer-mediated communication (CMC) has been considered a tool to aid in language learning on account of its distinctive interactional features. However, most studies... More

    pp. 319-348

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  5. Monitoring Bilingualism: Pedagogical Implications of the Bilingual Tandem Analyser

    Klaus Schwienhorst & Alexandre Borgia

    Tandem learning is the collaborative learning partnership of two language learners with complementary language combinations, for example an Irish student learning German and a German student... More

    pp. 349-362

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  6. Maximizing Vocabulary Development by Systematically Using a Depth of Lexical Processing Taxonomy, CALL Resources, and Effective Strategies

    John Paul Loucky

    How can one better use modern CALL resources to help language learners to build up a larger target language (TL) vocabulary quickly? A major need that quickly becomes apparent at the intersection... More

    pp. 363-399

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