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January 2009 Volume 21, Number 1

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Number of articles: 7

  1. Learners' Anxiety in Audiographic Conferences: A Discursive Psychology Approach to Emotion Talk

    Beatriz de los Arcos, James A. Coleman & Regine Hampel

    Success and failure in language learning are partly determined by the learners' ability to regulate their emotions. Negative feelings are more likely to frustrate progress, while positive ones make... More

    pp. 3-17

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  2. Peer Feedback through Blogs: Student and Teacher Perceptions in an Advanced German Class

    Doris Dippold

    Recent years have seen the emergence of Web2.0, in which users are not only passive recipients of the featured content, but actively engaged in constructing it. Sites such as "Facebook" and ... More

    pp. 18-36

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  3. Testing the Limits of Data-Driven Learning: Language Proficiency and Training

    Alex Boulton

    The potential for corpora in language learning has attracted a significant amount of attention in recent years, including in the form of data-driven learning (DDL). Careful not to appear to over... More

    pp. 37-54

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  4. Developing Annotation Solutions for Online Data Driven Learning

    Pascual Perez-Paredes & Jose M. Alcaraz-Calero

    Although "annotation" is a widely-researched topic in Corpus Linguistics (CL), its potential role in Data Driven Learning (DDL) has not been addressed in depth by Foreign Language Teaching (FLT)... More

    pp. 55-75

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  5. MALL Technology: Use of Academic Podcasting in the Foreign Language Classroom

    M'hammed Abdous, Margaret M. Camarena & Betty Rose Facer

    Integrating Mobile Assisted Language Learning (MALL) technology (personal multimedia players, cell phones, and handheld devices) into the foreign language curriculum is becoming commonplace in many... More

    pp. 76-95

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  6. Mobile Blogs in Language Learning: Making the Most of Informal and Situated Learning Opportunities

    Anna Comas-Quinn, Raquel Mardomingo & Chris Valentine

    The application of mobile technologies to learning has the potential to facilitate the active participation of learners in the creation and delivery of content. Mobile technologies can also provide... More

    pp. 96-112

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  7. A Survey of Internet-Mediated Intercultural Foreign Language Education in China

    Liang Wang & James A. Coleman

    In all educational contexts, technological developments and changes in pedagogical theory mean that any picture of current practice and attitudes must be dynamic. In many countries, the learning... More

    pp. 113-129

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