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CALICO Journal

2014 Volume 31, Number 2

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Corrective Feedback in Asynchronous Online Interaction: Developing Novice Online Language Instructors

    Denis Samburskiy & Joy Quah

    This design-based research study investigates the instructional moves employed by novice online tutors to provide form-focused feedback to Belorussian college-level English language learners during... More

    pp. 158-178

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  2. Microteaching Writing on YouTube for Pre-Service Teacher Training: Lessons Learned

    Yu-Chih Sun

    The purpose of the study is to investigate how pre-service teachers adopt YouTube technology into their microteaching as part of their assignments. The participants were twelve Taiwanese pre... More

    pp. 179-200

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  3. Synchronous Computer-Mediated Dynamic Assessment: A Case Study of L2 Spanish Past Narration

    Mark Anthony Darhower

    In this study, dynamic assessment is employed to help understand the developmental processes of two university Spanish learners as they produce a series of past narrations in a synchronous computer... More

    pp. 221-243

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  4. Strategies for Reading Chinese Texts with and without Pop-Up Dictionary for Beginning Learners of Chinese

    Jing Wang

    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... More

    pp. 244-260

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