Learner Control and Error Correction in ICALL: Browsers, Peekers, and Adamants
CALICO Journal Volume 19, Number 2, ISSN 0742-7778
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 students used an ILTS for German that provided error-specific and individualized feedback. Results indicate the majority of students (85%) sought to correct errors on their own, and 18% abstained entirely from looking up answers. (Author/VWL)
Heift, T. (2002). Learner Control and Error Correction in ICALL: Browsers, Peekers, and Adamants. CALICO Journal, 19(2), 295-313.
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