Cognitive Principles and CALL Grammar Instruction: A Mind-Centered, Input Approach
CALICO Journal Volume 15, Number 1, ISSN 0742-7778
Outlines principles that computer-assisted language learning (CALL) educators can follow in designing effective input-oriented tasks targeting grammar instruction, drawing on the latest advances in understanding of the interaction between internal cognitive processes and foreign-language learning. A prototype CALL application using these principles is also presented. (Author/MSE)
Collentine, J. (1998). Cognitive Principles and CALL Grammar Instruction: A Mind-Centered, Input Approach. CALICO Journal, 15(1), 1-18.
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Minmin Yang, Rice University, United States; Diego Zapata-Rivera & Malcolm Bauer, Educational Testing Service, United States
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