• Psychology
  • Published 2016

8. Engagement with the language

@inproceedings{Baralt20168EW,
  title={8. Engagement with the language},
  author={Melissa Baralt and Laura Gurzynski-Weiss and Youjin Kim},
  year={2016}
}
Interactive tasks that have successfully promoted attention to form and language learning in face-to-face (FTF) can be ineffective when performed online (Baralt 2013, 2014). This research is concerning, given the push for online language classes in higher education (Leow, Cerezo, & Baralt 2015). One reason that interactive language tasks do not translate to online settings may be the diminished affect and socialization present in online settings (Baralt 2014). Despite this hypothesis… CONTINUE READING

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