You are here:

CALICO Journal

2002 Volume 19, Number 2

Search this issue

Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Instructional Features of Synchronous Computer-Mediated Communication in the Intermediate L2 Class: A Sociocultural Case Study

    Mark Darhower

    Explores social interactive features of synchronous computer-mediated communication (CMC)--commonly known as "chat"--as such features unfolded in real time and developed over a 9-week period in two... More

    pp. 249-77

    View Abstract
  2. Negotiation of Meaning in Nonnative Speaker-Nonnative Speaker Synchronous Discussions

    Marisol Fernandez-Garcia & Asuncion Martinez-Arbelaiz

    Research on negotiation has focused thus far on oral conversation and interaction. The study discussed here expands on this line of research by investigating whether learners engage in negotiation ... More

    pp. 279-94

    View Abstract
  3. Learner Control and Error Correction in ICALL: Browsers, Peekers, and Adamants

    Trude Heift

    Reports a study on the impact of learner control on the error correction process within a web-based Intelligent Language Tutoring System (ILTS). During three 1-hour grammar practice sessions, 33... More

    pp. 295-313

    View Abstract
  4. CALLMedia Digital Technology: Whither in the New Millennium

    John I. Liontas

    Deals with theoretical considerations and didactic concerns involved in the integration of new interactive digital technologies into the instructional process. Summarizes benefits derived from... More

    pp. 315-330

    View Abstract
  5. Virtual Misadventures: Technical Problems and Student Satisfaction When Implementing Multimedia in an Advanced French Listening Comprehension Course

    Alysse Weinberg

    Illustrates the advantages and difficulties of using multimedia in the second language French classroom from the point of view of both the teacher and the learners. (Author/VWL) More

    pp. 331-57

    View Abstract