Research in Technology and Second Language Learning

Developments and Directions

Edited by:
Yong Zhao, Michigan State University

A volume in the series: Research in Second Language Learning. Editor(s): Bogum Yoon, State University of New York at Binghamton.

Published 2005

CONTENTS
Foreword, Yong Zhao. Part I: Overview. Guidelines for Scientific Research and Implications for Research in Technology and Second Language Education, Yong Zhao. Recent Developments in Research in Technology in Second Language Education: A Literature Review and Meta-analysis, Yong Zhao. Still In Search of Research Paradigms?, Carol Chapelle. The Use of Technology for Second Language Learning and Teaching: A Retrospective, M. Rafael Salaberry. Part II: Enhancing Input through Technology. Introduction to Part Two: The Importance of Input and the Potential of Technology for Enhancing Input, Chun Lai and Yong Zhao. Research on Text Comprehension in Multimedia Environments, Dorothy M. Chun and Jan L. Pass. The Effect of Multimedia Annotation Modes on L2 Vocabulary Acquisition: A Comparative Study, Khalid Al-Seghayer. The Effects of Listeners' Control of Speech Rate on Second Language Comprehension, Yong Zhao. Using Instructional Video to Teach Culture to Beginning Foreign Language Students, Carol Herron, Steven P. Cole and Cathleen Corrie. Leveling the Playing Field: A Study of Captioned Interactive Video for Second Language Learning, Peter Shea. Part III: Engaging Learners in Communicative Practices through Technology. Introduction to Part Three: The Role of Communicative Practices and Talking with and through the Computer, Chun Lai. Virtual Dialogues with Native Speakers: The Evaluation of an Interactive Multimedia Method, William G. Harless, Marcia A. Zier and Robert C. Duncan. The Non-neutrality of Technology: A Taxonomy of CMC Technologies, Yong Zhao, B. Smith, M. Alvarez and H.S. Tan. Preliminary Tests of Language Learning in a Speech-Interactive Graphics Microworld, V. Melissa Holl, Jonathan D. Kaplan and Mark A. Sabol. PART IV: Providing Feedback Through Technology. Introduction to Part Four: The Role of Feedback and Technology in SLA, Chun Lai. The Use of Speech Recognition Software as an English Language Oral Assessment Instrument: An Exploratory Study, David Coniam. Exploring the Potential of a Computer-based Grammar Checker in Conjunction with Self-monitoring Strategies with Advanced Level Students of French, Jack Burston. Explicit Pronunciation Training Using Automatic Speech Recognition Technology, Jonathan Dalby and Diane Kewley-Port. Part V: Creating Language Education Environment with Technology. Introduction to Part Five: The Essence of Language Education and Technology Integration in Language Education, Chun Lai and Yong Zhao. Using the Web in Elementary French and German Courses: Quantitative and Qualitative Study Results, Anne Green and Bonne Earnest Youngs. The Future of Research in Second Language Education: Challenges and Possibilities, Yong Zhao.