Categorization of Text Chat Communication between Learners and Native Speakers of Japanese

@inproceedings{Toyoda2002CategorizationOT,
  title={Categorization of Text Chat Communication between Learners and Native Speakers of Japanese},
  author={Etsuko Toyoda},
  year={2002}
}
A number of CALL studies suggest the potential benefits of network-based communication for L2 acquisition, focusing on its nature for inducing negotiation of meaning. This study examined negotiation of meaning that took place between students and native speakers of Japanese over a series of chat conversations and attempted to categorize the difficulties encountered. The data showed that the difficulties in understanding each other did indeed trigger negotiation of meaning between students even… CONTINUE READING
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