The Incidental Development of L2 Proficiency in NS-NNS Email Interactions
CALICO Journal Volume 20, Number 2, ISSN 0742-7778
Research suggests electronic mail can be a powerful motivator for authentic second language (L2) interaction, but little is known about the efficacy of this medium in the development of target language proficiency. This study examines Email exchanges between university learners of Japanese as a foreign language and native Japanese university students. (Author/VWL)
Stockwell, G. & Harrington, M. (2003). The Incidental Development of L2 Proficiency in NS-NNS Email Interactions. CALICO Journal, 20(2), 337.
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