Long V. Nguyen

Long V. Nguyen
The University of Danang - University of Foreign Language Studies

PhD in Applied Linguistics

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Embedded in the Soft Power policy of Japan, Japanese language education is promoted to contribute to the expansion of Japan's impacts in Asia. In Vietnam, this program was conducted through a joint project by Vietnam's Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) and Japan's Embassy. Although English is still regarded as a dominant foreign language in...
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In the light of Dynamic Systems Theory, which defines language development as an interaction of various factors in a system, a quantitative research was executed to examine the effects of physical movement in classrooms on students' self-confidence (SC) and willingness to communicate (WTC) in English. Four groups of English-majored freshmen from a...
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The rapid switch to online teaching due to COVID-19 pandemic has caused major setbacks in the education sector worldwide. This paper explored the responses of a Foreign Language University in Vietnam amid this transition from a holistic approach, moving from the institution's policies to realising such policies via administrative, supporting, and t...
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Looking at textbook evaluation from a corpus linguistics perspective, this paper is carried out to compare the two sets of textbooks used at senior highschool in Vietnam and evaluate the effectiveness of the new one, centering on lexical resources at word level, particularly individual words and phrasal verbs. As for the comparison of the wordlist...
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This paper aims to examine the perceptions of teachers and students at a gifted high school in Central Vietnam about teaching science subjects such as Maths, Chemistry, Physics, and Biology through English. Using questionnaires, in-depth interviews, and class observations as research instruments, this study also explores the challenges the administ...
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The focus of this chapter is to explore if the collaborative potential offered by wikis translates into actual practice. The study examines the peer review process of 20 groups of English as a foreign language (EFL) students from two classes, i.e. a paper-based class and a wiki class, of a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in a Teaching English as a Foreign La...
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This classroom-based research aims to investigate the nature and quality of talk in synchronous computer-mediated communication (SCMC) among Vietnamese tertiary EFL learners. Participants included 60 students in their sixth semester of an eight-semester BA in TESOL program in a large university in Central Vietnam. Using a sociocultural lens, the na...
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This classroom-based research aims to investigate the nature and quality of talk in synchronous computer-mediated communication (SCMC) among Vietnamese tertiary EFL learners. Participants included 60 students in their sixth semester of an eight-semester BA in TESOL program in a large university in Central Vietnam. Using a sociocultural lens, the na...
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The article aims to discuss the roles of computer mediated collaborative learning (CMCL) in English as a Foreign Language (EFL) classroom equipped with a communicative language teaching (CLT) approach. The discussion moves from an overview of the principal domains of sociocultural theory (SCT) applicable to collaborative second/foreign language lea...
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In this paper, among many issues pertaining to the design of EFL multimedia courseware, I would like to discuss three correlated major fields which are of utmost significance in accordance with the literature and my personal reflection on the present context of foreign language teaching and learning at the University of Danang (UD), Vietnam. The pr...
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In this paper, I am going to look at the issues of TESOL from one major critical point of view: How the use of the Internet technology might influence TESOL syllabus design and materials development. The article attempts to investigate some possibilities and opportunities provided by the Internet, focusing on the World Wide Web (WWW) as credible wa...
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This meta-analysis article starts with a critical review of Computer Mediated Communication (CMC) from various theoretical perspectives, namely structural, cognitive, and sociocultural. This is followed by the discussion characteristics, modes, and scopes of CMC. The presentation then moves from an overview of didactic features of CMC in general ed...

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