Conversations in Slow Motion: Computer-Mediated Communication in the Foreign Language Classroom
Canadian Modern Language Review Volume 54, Number 2, ISSN 0008-4506
Reviews early research on innovative use of networked computers in language learning, focusing on a study of computer-mediated discussion that examined student/student and student/teacher interactions in a college French course. Due to rapid nature of computer-mediated exchanges, the "conversation" is a hybrid somewhere between writing and speaking, seen to enhance language learning benefits. (Author/MSE)
Beauvois, M.H. (1998). Conversations in Slow Motion: Computer-Mediated Communication in the Foreign Language Classroom. Canadian Modern Language Review, 54(2), 198-217.
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