Search results for author:"Wan Tsai Kung"
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Incidental noticing and EFL students' subsequent second language learning in synchronous text-based discussion: An investigation of both NES-NNES and NNES-NNES dyads
Incidental noticing and EFL students' subsequent second language learning in synchronous text-based discussion: An investigation of both NES@-NNES and NNES@-NNES dyads (2009) pp. 1–182
This dissertation investigated Taiwanese English as Foreign Language (EFL) learners' incidental noticing and their subsequent language learning in relation to learner proficiency level and dyadic type in a text-based computer-mediated communication (...
Learners of Different Language Proficiency Levels and Incidental Focus on Form in Synchronous Text-based Discussion
International Journal of Computer-Assisted Language Learning and Teaching Vol. 5, No. 3 (July 2015) pp. 42–59
This study examined the effectiveness of incidental focus on form in facilitating second language learning for learners of different proficiency levels in a synchronous computer-mediated communication environment. Sixteen native speaker (NS)...
Focus-on-Form and EFL Learners' Language Development in Synchronous Computer-Mediated Communication: Task-Based Interactions
Language Learning Journal Vol. 44, No. 4 (2016) pp. 401–417
The purpose of this study was to explore the occurrence of incidental focus-on-form and its effect on subsequent second language (L2) production of learners of different dyads in an online task-based language learning context. The participants...
International Conference on Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL) 2011 (Dec 10, 2011)
Numerous scholars have recommended computer games can function as influential motivation stimulants of English learning, showing benefits as learning tools (Clarke and Dede, 2007; Dede, 2009; Klopfer and Squire, 2009; Liu and Chu, 2010; Mitchell,...