Anastasia Pattemore

Anastasia Pattemore
University of Barcelona | UB · Department of English and German

PhD in Applied Linguistics

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Most studies showing the benefits of caption-supported audio-visual input for second language (L2) learning have focused on vocabulary learning and content comprehension, and there is a dearth of research on the effects on grammar learning. The present study aims to contribute to filling this gap focusing on L2 grammar learning from a constructioni...
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This study explores the effects of extensive exposure to L2 TV series, describing perceptions of learning from this type of input. A total of 136 university learners of English participated in a pre-/post-test design study which included extensive watching of ten full-length episodes of an English TV series. There were three groups: captions, textu...
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This article addresses the benefits of audio-visual input for learning second language (L2) vocabulary and grammatical constructions. Specifically, it explores the role of frequency, the effects of subtitles and captions, and the mediating role of learner proficiency on language gains in two longitudinal studies. Study 1 targets vocabulary acquisit...
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This study explores the effects of extensive audio-visual input with three captioning modes – unenhanced captions, textually enhanced captions, and no captions – on learning a variety of L2 grammatical constructions and examines the effects of three learnability factors: construction type, frequency, and recency. A total of 112 participants watched...
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Repeated viewing of the same video is a common strategy among autonomous language learners as well as a much used pedagogical strategy among foreign language (FL) teachers. Learners may watch the same video more than once, to increase global comprehension of the target language or to focus their attention on linguistic aspects, such as new vocabula...
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Informal learning from original version (OV) media is frequently reported as a promising platform for L2 development. Specifically, OV TV series supported by captions (on-screen text representation of the soundtrack) have been found to be a fruitful source of input for L2 vocabulary learning and listening comprehension (see Vanderplank, 2016). Howe...

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