Network-based language teaching : concepts and practice / edited by Mark Warschauer and Richard Kern. - Cambridge, UK ; New York : Cambridge University Press, c2000. - xii, 240 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. - The Cambridge applied linguistics series .

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction: Theory and practice of network-based language teaching / Richard Kern and Mark Warschauer --
Sociocollaborative language learning in Bulgaria / Carla Meskill and Krassimira Ranglova --
On-line learning in second language classrooms: an ethnographic study / Mark Warschauer --
Negotiation in cyberspace: the role of chatting in the development of grammatical competence / Jill Pellettieri --
Writing into change: style shifting in asynchronous electronic discourse / Boyd Davis and Ralf Thiede --
Computers and collaborative writing in the foreign language curriculum / Jean Marie Schultz --
Networked multimedia environments for second language acquisition / Dorothy M. Chun and Jan L. Plass --
An electronic literacy approach to network-based language teaching / Heidi Shetzer and Mark Warschauer --
Task-based language learning via audiovisual networks: the LEVERAGE project / Christoph Zähner, Agnès Fauverge, and Jan Wong --
Is network-based learning CALL? / Carol A. Chapelle. Table of contents

0521661366 (hb) 0521667429 (pb) 9780521661362


Language and languages--Study and teaching--Computer network resources.


P53.285 / .N48 2000

418.00285 / NET 2000

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