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Title A psycholinguistic approach to technology and language learning / edited by Ronard P. Leow, Luis Cerezo, and Melissa Baralt.
Imprint Berlin ; Boston : De Gruyter Mouton, [2016]

Series Studies in Second and Foreign Language Education ; volume 11.
Studies in second and foreign language education ; http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/no2012025938 11.
Subject Language and languages -- Study and teaching -- Technological innovations.
Language and languages -- Computer-assisted instruction.
Student-centered learning.
Psycholinguistics -- Technological innovations.
Alt Name Leow, Ronald P. (Ronald Philip), 1954-
Cerezo, Luis, 1969-
Baralt, Melissa,
Description 1 online resource (xxii, 267 pages .)
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents List of contributors; Acknowledgment; Preface; Section I: Introduction to technology and SLA theory; 1. The language classroom in the age of networked learning; 2. Theoretical approaches to CALL research: Toward a psycholinguistic perspective; Section II: Technology and SLA research: Methodological issues; 3. Always in motion the future is: Doctoral students' use of technology for SLA research; 4. Technology and SLA research: Validity issues; Section III: Technology and SLA research: Empirical studies.
5. CALL versus non-CALL in L2 form learning: A research synthesis and meta-analysis of comparative studies6. The variable effects of level of awareness and CALL versus non-CALL textual modification on adult L2 readers' comprehension and learning; 7. Awareness, type of medium, and L2 development: Revisiting Hsieh (2008); 8. Levels of awareness in relation to type of recast and type of linguistic item in synchronous computer-mediated communication: A concurrent investigation.
9. Explicit corrective feedback and computer-based, form-focused instruction: The role of L1 in promoting awareness of L2 forms10. Uptake, task complexity, and L2 development in SLA: An online perspective; 11. Clicking in the second language (L2) classroom: The effectiveness of type and timing of clicker-based feedback in Spanish L2 development; Section IV: Technology and practice; 12. Psycholinguistically motivated CALL activities; 13. Where do we go from here?; Index.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9781614513674 (electronic bk.)
1614513678 (electronic bk.)
9781614513681 (electronic bk.)
1614513686 (electronic bk.)
161451402X
9781614514022
9781614514022
161451402X
1501501097
9781501501098
ISBN/ISSN 9781614514022
OCLC # 934739130
Additional Format Print version: Psycholinguistic approach to technology and language learning. Berlin ; Boston : De Gruyter Mouton, [2016] 9781614514022 161451402X (DLC) 2015030508 (OCoLC)918150165.


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