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Using Multimedia: A Descriptive Investigation of Incidental Language Learning
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Computer Assisted Language Learning Volume 11, Number 2, ISSN 0958-8221

Abstract

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 engaged in a meaning-focused task were compared with those in two multimedia applications for evidence of incidental learning. Analysis compared language items of multimedia input, and those made salient through tasks with learners' output. (Author/VWL)

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Brett, P. (1998). Using Multimedia: A Descriptive Investigation of Incidental Language Learning. Computer Assisted Language Learning, 11(2), 179-200. Retrieved May 13, 2021 from .

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