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ClipFlair, Audiovisual Translation and Computer Assisted Language Learning: beyond the four-walled classroom
The purpose of this thesis is to present ClipFlair, a European-funded project aimed at providing a user-friendly, easily accessible online platform to learn foreign languages through captioning and revoicing activities. ...
Pretask modelling: Encouraging learning opportunities in collaborative tasks
This study examined the effect of pretask modelling on the collaborative learning opportunities that arise when 30 Basque-Spanish bilingual learners of English as a foreign language (EFL) were engaged in two collaborative ...
Corrective feedback in oral interaction: A comparison of a CLIL and an EFL classroom
[EN] Since Long's Interaction Hypothesis (Long, 1983) multiple studies have suggested the need of oral interaction for successful second language learning. Within this perspective, a great deal of research has been carried ...
The use of models as written corrective feedback in spontaneous EFL writing
While a number of studies have investigated the noticing function of output, the language learning potential of writing and the way in which written corrective feedback (CF) can promote language acquisition have been ...