Weblog-Based Collaborative Learning: Iranian EFL Learners' Writing Skill and Motivation

@inproceedings{Taki2012WeblogBasedCL,
  title={Weblog-Based Collaborative Learning: Iranian EFL Learners' Writing Skill and Motivation},
  author={Saeed Taki and Elham Fardafshari},
  year={2012}
}
This study investigated the effect of weblog-based collaborative learning on  young Iranian EFL learners’ writing skill and motivation. To this end, the participants were selected from a language institute and divided into two groups of experimental and control each with 40 female students in the age range of 18 to 25. They were classified as low, intermediate, and high according to their level of language proficiency. While the control group attended classes, the students in the experimental… CONTINUE READING

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