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Journal Title: ReCALL
Volume/Issue:   18 / 1
Date: 2006
Table of Contents: CALL, WELL and TELL: Fostering Autonomy: Selected Papers from EUROCALL 2005, Krakó, Jagiellonian university, Poland
by Grazyna Studzinska-Cavour
pp 1-3

Supporting Oral Production for Professional Purposes in Synchronous Communication with Heterogenous Learners
by Thierry Chanier
pp 5-23

Evaluating Hypermedia Structures as a Means of Improving Language Learning Strategies and Motivation
by pp 24-44

Developing Adaptive Systems at Early Stages of Children's Foreign Language Development
by Ana Belen Cumbreño Espada, Alejandro Curado Fuentes, Eva Ma Dominguez Gomez, Mercedes Rico Garcia
pp 45-62

Flexible Learning Activities Fostering Autonomy in Teaching Training
by Rita Kupetz, Birgit Ziegenmeyer
pp 63-82

Integrating a Corpus of Classroom Discourse in Language Teacher Education: The case of discourse markers
by Carolina P Amador Moreno, Stephanie O'Riordan
pp 83-104

Rethinking Task Design for the Digital Age: A framework for language teaching and learning in a synchronous online environment
by Regina Hampel
pp 105-121

Negotiation of Meaning in Desktop Videoconferencing-Supported Distance Language Learning
by Yuping Wang
pp 122-145

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
 
LL Issue: 17.2540