The use of wikis in the writing of branching stories in a foreign language class

@inproceedings{Moreno2009TheUO,
  title={The use of wikis in the writing of branching stories in a foreign language class},
  author={N. Moreno},
  year={2009}
}
In this study, the wiki, a 2.0 Web learning tool, was used with 17 university learners of intermediate Spanish, whose first language was English. Learners were divided into small groups, and were instructed to create an electronic children’s book in which the reader actively participated in the story plotline. Learners worked collaboratively in the creation and electronic publication of the stories on a public wiki site. Participants’ perceptions on language gains and groupwork success were… CONTINUE READING

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