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In Author and Magazine Recognition Tests, subjects are asked to indicate whether they recognize authors and magazines. Stanovich, West and associates have demonstrated that performance on these measures is a consistent predictor of first language literacy development. In this study, these...
This paper acknowledges studies done on L2 classroom interaction by classroom researchers and second language acquisition researchers. They have mostly aimed to reveal either the nature of verbal exchanges or the relationship between interaction and acquisition. However, they have given little...
In order to train examinees whose native language is not English to take a computerized Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), a special set of tutorials was designed and developed. The TOEFL tutorials were trialed as part of a computer familiarity study in 1996. This article describes...
We have developed a unix -based management system (named uneim ) which supports the instructor in teaching English as a second language using a network of workstations. The present implementation is aimed at teaching English composition to Japanese students at The University of Aizu. uneim has a...
Individuals belong to different cultural groups or networks. These networks and the connections between them play an important role in the success or failure of educational innovation and therefore should be included in any model of the management or evaluation of innovation. We look at the...
In a mentoring scheme the responsibility for the professional development in school of a student or newly qualified teacher is taken on by an experienced teacher. Mentoring is a relatively new concept in English Language Teacher Education and its origins lie largely in changes in the theory and...
A decade ago, most corpus research focussed on the lexico-grammatical patterning of text and how certain items tend to co-occur in naturally occurring language. However, recent advances in corpus linguistics have adopted a far more textlinguistic approach to corpus analysis. This article reviews...
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