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Computer Assisted Language Learning

1998 Volume 11, Number 2

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Number of articles: 7

  1. Creating Hypermedia Learning Environments: Guidelines for Designers

    Mark Peterson

    Proposes preliminary guidelines applicable to the creation of hypermedia-based learning environments that draw on insights gained from research in a number of fields. The framework encompasses (1) ... More

    pp. 115-24

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  2. Closing the Gap Between Practice Environments and Reality: An Interactive Multimedia Program for Oral Communication Training in Japanese. Part 1 Theory; Part 2 Practice

    Michio Tsutsui, Masashi Kato & Bradley Mohr

    This article is divided into two parts. The first discusses theoretical issues related to the software program introduced, and the second deals with practical issues, including technical and... More

    pp. 125-51

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  3. The Relative Effectiveness of Production and Comprehension Practice in Second Language Acquisition

    Noriko Nagata

    Concerns the relative effectiveness of computer-assisted production (output) practice and comprehension (input) practice in second-language acquisition. In particular, the study focuses on whether ... More

    pp. 153-77

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  4. Using Multimedia: A Descriptive Investigation of Incidental Language Learning

    Paul Brett

    Investigated incidental language-learning by subjects using multimedia as a self-study and mandatory component of an undergraduate module. Language items recalled and reused while subjects were... More

    pp. 179-200

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  5. CCML--Exchanging Marked-Up Documents in a Networked Writing Classroom

    Hiroaki Ogata, Yoneo Yano & Riko Wakita

    Describes an on-line mark-up-based composition learning environment system called CoCoA (Communicative Collection Assisting System). This system allows students and teachers to engage in marked-up ... More

    pp. 201-14

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  6. Checking Grammar--Teaching Grammar

    Mathias Schulze

    Discusses selected theories of second-language acquisition and their implications for developing a computer-assisted language-learning tool for learners of German,"Textana." Textana was planned as ... More

    pp. 215-27

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  7. Conceptual Systems Design: A Synthesized Approach

    F Ruhlmann

    Based on the results of a research and development project that was funded by the European Commission. Findings from previous research were synthesized into an innovative method that seeks to... More

    pp. 229-44

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