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Computer Assisted Language Learning

1998 Volume 11, Number 1

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Number of articles: 3

  1. The Evaluation of Vocabulary Acquisition When Learning French as a Second Language in a Multimedia Environment

    Lise Duquette, Delphine Renie & Michel Laurier

    Describes a small-sample study (n=78) that examined vocabulary acquisition by learners of French-as-a-Second-Language in different learning environments. Vocabulary gains made by a group of... More

    pp. 3-34

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  2. Interactive Evaluation of Listening Comprehension: How the Context May Help

    David Coniam

    Describes the design and implementation of a computer-based listening test--the "Text dictation." The article first discusses the importance of listening centering on a coherent text, rather than... More

    pp. 35-53

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  3. The Evolution of a Grammar-Checking Program: "LINGER" to "ISCA."

    Philip Bolt & Masoud Yazdani

    Discusses the experience, results, and prognoses for the development and implemenation of grammar-checking programs that can advise effectively on language produced by learners of English-as-a... More

    pp. 55-112

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