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The policy in learning has been changed by the government since the Covid 19 cases decreased significantly in Indonesia. Therefore, the implementation of learning in this current era, especially in university level, is conducted limitedly in face to face learning mode known as Pembelajaran Tatap Muka (PTM) terbatas and online learning mode, named P...
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This chapter focuses on the opportunities of deep reading for in-depth learning. By in-depth learning, not only deepening but also widening of English teaching is meant – embracing cross-curricular learning on subjects that are interdisciplinary and relevant for students’ out-of-school lives. The importance of connectedness for in-depth learning is...
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The need for addressing the institutional effects in relation to individual representations and responses to the burden of racialization is commensurate with increasing calls that invite the field to tap into the knowledge and experiences of teachers of language and literacy who are racialized as Black and who leverage other Englishes. These ‘Black...
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This study aims to find out how the Arabic Language Education Curriculum Management at STAI As-Sunnah Deli Serdang is the only strata 1 university in Sumatra that requires all students to apply. This study uses descriptive qualitative research methods. Data were collected by observation, in-depth interviews, and documentation. The findings of this...
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The Castañeda Standard was handed down in 1981. We use this Standard along with Latino Critical Race Theory (Solorzano & Yosso, 2001) and Ruiz’s Language Orientations (1984) to conduct a historical analysis of bilingual education in Colorado from 1976 to 2019 to examine the availability of bilingual/dual language education for Latinx students over...
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The dominant social, political and educational narrative of ‘homogeneous Japan’ has been both perpetuated and challenged by individuals and groups inside Japan and abroad. Transdisciplinary scholarship and critical communal voices have highlighted Japan’s history as a site of movement, change, diversity and hybridity. Collectively, these efforts ha...
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Adult learners often have difficulty reaching high proficiency levels in a foreign language, and curriculum experts are on a constant quest for innovative practices in foreign language learning. The problem addressed by this study was that even with the implementation of different pedagogical approaches, including immersion and technology integrati...
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服务国际中文教育的词语搭配知识库建设。搭配知识库是一类重要的语言教学资源,词语搭配知识在教学中具有重要的实践价值。然而专门服务国际中文教育的词语搭配知识库在规模和覆盖面上均有不足。本文基于针对性、常用性、规模性、动态性和可控性的构建理念,以《国际中文教育中文水平等级标准》为难易度控制标准,采用了知识抽取相关算法,获得了 140 余万条词语搭配知识,构建了等级可查、难度可控、应用方便的国际中文教育词语搭配知识库。该知识库在自学、助教等典型教学场景中可以发挥重要作用。该知识库现已投入智慧汉语教学平台的建设中,并已取得良好效果。
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As a cornerstone of any effective education system, classroom justice is a neglected area of research in second/foreign language (L2) education. The current conceptual review paper was written with the prospect of familiarizing L2 teachers, practitioners, and researchers with the main tenets of classroom justice and their applications in L2 learnin...
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In the past decades, neoliberalism has permeated (foreign) language education, as has been discussed by critical research in the fields of: curriculum theory, applied linguistics, discourse analysis, language policy, language assessment, to name a few. Despite the fact that research on foreign language education and neoliberalism is certainly growi...
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Under the burgeoning social climate of anti-Asian violence catalyzed by the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is of paramount importance for Chinese language instructors to address the identity needs of Chinese as a heritage language (CHL) learners. Despite increasing scholarly interest in the study of the identity issues facing CHL learners, p...
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Il 26 giugno 2019 il dipartimento di Filosofia e Beni Culturali dell’Università Ca’ Foscari di Venezia organizzò, in collaborazione con il Centro Studi sui Diritti Umani, il Consiglio d’Europa Ufficio di Venezia, e Europe Direct Venezia, il convegno “Le parole dell’odio” che si tenne nell’Aula Magna a Ca’ Dolfin. La giornata non fu scelta a caso: i...
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Chinese has become widely taught and learned as a second or foreign language. Capturing current trends, Yangyin Zhang and Xiaoping Gao collaborate on the volume Frontiers of L2 Chinese Language Education: A Global Perspective in the hope of contributing to theoretical research and instructional practices in teaching Chinese as a second/foreign lang...
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Language educators in today's classrooms face the complex responsibility of teaching English to prepare students for a variety of requirements in the field of education and work. At the same time, they need to empower students to make use of their English resources to communicate as effectively as possible with speakers in local and global contexts...
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Preschool language education is a requirement of basic education reform as well as a requirement for children’s growth in all aspects of body and mind. It is extremely important and valuable in encouraging the entire growth of preschool education as well as children’s general harmonious development. The degree of informatization is changing day by...
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Self-determination theory (SDT) provides a cross-cultural, empirical framework for exploring what world (i.e., "foreign") language educators can do to support the satisfaction of their learners' basic psychological needs and, in turn, their autonomous motivation and well-being. Despite this, the identification of approaches to world language pedago...
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Translanguaging and plurilingual approaches in English Language Education (ELE) have been important for envisaging more equitable language education. However, the languages implemented in translanguaging or plurilingual classrooms predominantly reflect the knowledge and belief systems of dominant, nation-state, "official", and/or colonial languages...
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The researchers place a great deal of emphasis on the Group Discussion Method since it is necessary for students towards their communication proficiency. Communication is an important element to achieve better understanding among communicators. Therefore, this present study aims to discover students’ perception of using the Group Discussion Method...
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In the early days of the Covid-19 pandemic, Chinese online learning faced many challenges, including (1) poor internet connection and high internet costs; (2) low computational literacy of teachers; (3) limited interaction between teachers and students; (4) inappropriate teaching materials and methods; and (5) the lack of student discipline and the...
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传承语研究和教育在应用语言学界仍然是一个新兴的领域,其历史可追溯至20世纪70年代。但是最近十年这一领域发展蓬勃,积累了丰硕的研究成果和有意义的教育实践经验。传承语作为一种多语现象,它的习得顺序、语言能力分布都与其他多语形式不同。传承语在移民社会中的形成和发展也折射出复杂的个人与社会情感,它不仅对移民个体的身份认同有深远影响,还是一个移民国家的语言能力、资源与政策规划的重要组成部分。本文综述了多语多文化主义视角下传承语研究的发展演变,分析了近期语言意识形态的转变对传承语身份研究和传承语教育政策的影响。本文重点关注中文作为传承语在美国的发展情况,共分为三个部分:(1)多语视角下的传承语相关概念的论争与嬗变;(2)多语政策下的传承语教育现状与挑战;(3)多语教育模式下的传承语身份研究。最后,本文...
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With recent technological advances in wireless networks and the Internet, social media has become a vital part of the daily lives of people. Social media like Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram have enabled people to instantly share their thoughts and ideas about a particular topic or person’s life. Emotion classification in Twitter data remains a ho...
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Cross-cultural issues threaten to derail an experiential service-learning program by a group of Australian secondary school students to a pre-secondary school in a remote indigenous community in a neighboring Southeast Asian nation. —— Published in the journal Case Studies in International Education. Tags: Citizen Diplomacy/Education Diplomacy; Cro...
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This chapter is devoted to a discussion on modern language education programs in the Asia-Pacific region. The review aims to provide an overview of modern language education in three regions: Northeast Asia, Southeast Asia, and Oceania. The review highlights that English still dominates the modern language education landscape, either as the de fact...
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Multilingual education systems are characterised by the presence of more than two languages or language varieties in the community it serves. The languages will have status differences and will be functionally differentiated in the ways they are used. There will be situations where it is possible to predict which language or variety will be chosen...
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This study was undertaken jointly by UNITEC, Auckland University of Technology, and the National Home Tutors Association with the primary aim of determining literacy gains on a one-semester literacy programme for low-level and pre-literate ESOL students. A majority of the students were refugees and the remainder new immigrants. The students were fr...
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As an interdisciplinary concept, academic integrity is conceptualised and defined by scholars in a variety of ways. Simply, academic integrity is a commitment to ethical values in all academic practices. To better conceptualise academic integrity, we need to understand the relationship between integrity and ethics, which are often used as interchan...
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The 21 st-century education emphasizes a number of indicators that teachers, students, parents, and other education stakeholders should completely understand. English teachers should be encouraged to be able to integrate the intended 21 st-century competency indicators into instructional materials that are preceded by a needs analysis stage. Needs...
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This study employed a mixed-method approach by administrating the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) questionnaire and conducting in-depth interviews. TAM was used in this study to gain insight into the students' reactions to the technology used for online language learning, especially the acceptance of using Google Jamboard integrated with video co...
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Rhymes is a language’s art material that should be learned in Malay Language Education especially at the primary school education level. However, a number of students are facing the difficulty of discovering the implicit meaning contained in the language's art material. Thus, this study was carried out to describe either the Inquisitive Semantic (I...
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The conference is being organized by the Samarkand State Institute of Foreign Languages in cooperation with Muhammadiyah University of Makassar, Indonesia, the US Embassy in Uzbekistan, and Yaroslavl Pedagogical University of the Russian Federation. Theme: "Linguistics Didactics and Innovative Foundations of Foreign Language Education" scheduled o...
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This study aims to solve the problem that the traditional online foreign language teaching system focuses on function development, ignoring system security, and has certain risks. An online foreign language education system is designed and developed based on the blockchain technology. First, the blockchain technology and key technologies of system...
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This study aims to determine the implementation, supporting, and inhibiting factors for the MBKM program in the Arabic Language Education Study Program, Jambi University. The Ministry of Education and Culture has initiated a new university program, namely Merdeka Belajar Kampus Merdeka (MBKM) to prepare superior and competitive human resources in t...
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This study aims (1) to describe the specifications of Constructivism-based-based Arabic Textbook, (2) to describe the process of Arabic learning using Constructivism-based Arabic Textbook, and (3) to describe the effectiveness of using Constructivism-based Arabic Textbook for mahârah kitâbah (writing skill). This is a quasi-experimental study using...
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This study departs from the problem of lack of clarity in classification of research areas in Arabic Language Education. This study aims to describe and create a concept map in the research areas of students majoring in Bachelor of Arabic Language Education of UIN Sunan Kalijaga, UNSIQ Wonosobo, UNNES and UMY. This is a descriptive qualitative and...
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This chapter seeks to describe a pedagogical development in bilingual and heritage language (HL) education, with an emphasis on Spanish, but that can be applied to other bilingual, HL, and second language (L2) contexts. This pedagogical development aims at increasing students’ critical awareness of language use, as well as their understanding about...
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This study aims to conduct a mixed-method analysis of PEP Primary English, a primary school English language teaching textbook series covering eight volumes widely used in Mainland China, to depict its representation of different cultures and explore whether the cultural representation follows the National English Language Curriculum Standard. Majo...
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This article discusses the action-oriented foundations of TRADILEX (Audiovisual Translation as a Didactic Resource in Foreign Language Education), a project funded by the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation, which involves researchers from twelve universities across Europe and the UK. This project focuses on the improvement in the linguistic...
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This chapter describes the functionalities and piloting of the online portfolio and learning platform Language Integration Through E-portfolio (LITE). The discussion centers around three unique affordances that LITE offers to teachers and learners: making the learning process visible and providing space for evidence of learning, supporting self-ass...
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Research background: Teachers’ beliefs play an important role in the way they teach and meet their students’ needs. Researching pre-established pre-service teachers’ beliefs gives evidence that they might impede pre-service teachers’ compliance with pre-service education. Gap in knowledge and Purpose of the study: Many studies have produced contrad...
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The growing global trend of teaching and learning English as a foreign language at an ever younger age has resulted in a proliferation of a variety of programs, both formal and informal. However, this trend has not led to much needed extensive research, and there is still a significant lack of literature and experience sharing that would aid teache...
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Following Positive Psychology Perspectives on Foreign Language Learning and Teaching (Gabryś-Barker and Gałajda 2016) and Positive Psychology in SLA (MacIntyre, Gregersen and Mercer 2016), the present volume, entitled Positive Psychology in Second and Foreign Language Education, edited by Katarzyna Budzińska and Olga Majchrzak, is the third c...
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At the Center for Language Education at an international Japanese university, there have been level-wide changes where students are now assessed on their ability to use new target vocabulary accurately in their speaking tests. However, during these assessments students were observed to make errors frequently when using target vocabulary and their c...
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The current research work focuses on an investigation carried out in the University of El-Oued, Algeria about EFL university teachers' perceptions of their culture teaching practice as mediators of language and culture in the foreign language class. The study' s main purpose is to outline the main concepts, principles, and approaches regarding cult...
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The current research aimed to discover the most frequently used reading strategies of EFL university students across their reading proficiency and personality types and examine the interaction between the predictive factors in using the strategies when reading English online texts. Data were collected using a questionnaire on reading strategies dis...
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This presentation reports on statistically significant findings of a modified version of the Sentiments, Attitudes, and Concerns about Inclusive Education Revised Scale (SACIE-R; Forlin et al., 2011) administered to a group of postsecondary English language teachers in Japan.
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The present study aims at highlighting the importance of adopting the distance language education as an alternative to in-person presence education in the Algerian tertiary education. To investigate the potential and the utility of using the distance language education, a study was conducted at the University of El-Oued. For the data gathering tool...
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Language education is very important. This is because it is a moth of almost all disciplines as language is a channel through which instructions to all discipline take place. Teachers have to be well prepared to acquire good skills of language. For this to be possible there must be adequate fund to provide facilities, equipment, materials and the e...
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Technological developments and globalization, which affect the world of individuals in every aspect, have greatly increased the amount of information and the exchange of information between individuals at present. The individual searches for information to follow the rapid changes and developments in the Information Age, and uses modern methods as...
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Every language learner has various dreams and purposes in learning a language. Different motivations are also commonly found among EFL learners. This study reveals the motivations of 33 English language learners from Indonesia. They were all writing students of an English Language Education Program (ELEP) in a private university in Central Java, In...
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This paper reports on a project that is currently being carried out in Japanese public primary schools to combine shokuiku ('nutrition education') with foreign language education, and discusses the implications of this from the perspective of plurilingual and intercultural education, as well as insights for teacher training. This is an English-lang...
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In this report we discuss the Japanese language education training which was offered as a new course for undergraduates of the Faculty of Letters and explore what the Japanese teacher trainees learned and how they changed through taking this course. The results of our research showed that trainees learned a wide range of knowledge necessary for the...
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The Plurilingual Guide: Implementing Critical Plurilingual Pedagogy in Language Education was designed as part of a research project examining plurilingual education in language programs directed by Dr. Angelica Galante and assisted by Maria Chiras, John Wayne N. dela Cruz and Lana F. Zeaiter, PhD students in Educational Studies at McGill Universit...
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This research aims at developing the Intensive Reading material for the second-semester English Language Education Program students. It is a Research and Development study that was done by using Reeves’ (2000) Design-Based Research model. Tomlinson’s (1998) definition of learning material is also used as one of the considerations in developing the...
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Lytra, V. Forthcoming 2022. "Making sense of the internal diversities of Greek schools abroad: Exploring the purposeful use of translation as communicative resource for language learning and identity construction" In: Lytra. V., Ros i Solé, C., Anderson, J., and V. Macleroy (eds) Liberating Language Education. Bristol: Multilingual Matters, 72-90.
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I discuss in this article POLE as an ELT industry and a professional sphere for OETs based on the limited literature in this field and my experience as an OET for seven years now. I also present the issues surrounding it and offer insights on addressing them. I aim to encourage a wider acceptance of this discipline and spark more scholarly interest...
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International Journal of Chinese Language Teaching Special Issue on Technology-Enhanced Chinese Language Education Call for Papers
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One alternative to learning Arabic in the digital era is bold digital learning. Today, the process of learning Arabic in Indonesia is growing rapidly. The move from the facet class to the bold class applies facet adjustments in the learning approach. This study uses a literature review method. Data sources are books, articles, and other related sou...
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메타버스 활용 언어교육(Language education using metaverse) What: 기술 소개 (General purpose technology for metaverse) Why: 활용 이유 (Reasons for language education using metaverse) How: 활용 방법 (How to teach language using metaverse)
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The importance of cultivating creativity in language education has been widely acknowledged in the academic literature. In this respect, digital technologies can play a key role in achieving this endeavour. The socio-cultural conceptualization of creativity stresses the role of communication, collaboration and dialogical interaction of creative exp...
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The medium of instruction is a crucial issue in language education policy in multilingual post-colonial countries such as Namibia. Teachers occupy a central role in language policy implementation, and their beliefs affect it. It is therefore important to study their beliefs about language education policy and its implementation. This article explor...
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As the most studied affective variable within foreign language education, the emotion of anxiety continues to generate significant research interest. Owing to technological developments in wearable research devices, new opportunities have arisen to expand the research methodologies used in the recording and assessment of foreign language education...
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This paper presents a methodological proposal designed by the TRADILEX project, which stands for Audiovisual Translation as a Didactic Resource in Foreign Language Education. The main goal of TRADILEX is to determine the degree of improvement in the foreign language learning process after including the pedagogical use of audiovisual translation (AV...
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Aiming at the problems of high redundancy and slow integration speed in the existing education resource data integration methods, a new preschool language education resource integration method based on metadata warehouse is designed. The metadata warehouse is designed, and the advantages of the integrated database are analyzed. On this basis, the s...
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Critical Literacy (CL) has lately influenced English Language Teaching (ELT) in Brazil, mainly after the publication of the National Guidelines for High School Teaching, and several practitioners have started to use CL perspectives in their ELT contexts. Besides, CL and Critical Language Education have been the focus of much research in Brazil. Non...
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English language learning is a process that students must go through in order to reach the optimum level of proficiency in the language. International student exchange programs are activities that might assist students in practicing and improving their English. The purposes of this study were to investigate the benefits and to identify the challeng...
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Book review of 'Daughter of the Samurai' by. E.I. Sugimoto Okuyama, Y. & Okuyama, L. (2022). Review of Daughter of the Samurai. E.I. Sugimoto. Journal and Proceedings of the Gender Awareness in Language Education (GALE) Special Interest Group of the Japan Association for Language Teaching, 14(1)76-79. https://www.gale-sig.org/journal.
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Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) has attracted much attention from global researchers and has been applied into many fields, such as medical treatment, transportation, and education. This paper pays attention to an IIoT-oriented education problem and gives the corresponding solution. Heterogeneous educational resources have multisource target d...
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The purpose of this study was to determine whether students translate in English texts, describe the strategy applied by students in translating English texts and observe students' abilities in translating English texts. The research method used in this research was qualitative and the subject was the assignment of the Translation Strategy class by...
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I would like to start by thanking the editors of the European Educational Researcher for inviting me to provide the first editorial in their journal. I collaborated with Dr. Nuri Balta (executive editor) and colleagues on a project on the acquisition of Turkish by Kazakh learners. The resulting paper (Dewaele, Özdemir, Karci, Uysal, Özdemir & Balta...
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This research was conducted based on the findings of college students. A phenomenon that is often found in students is that students still have low listening ability. This happened to students of the 2020 UNIPA Indonesian Language Education Study Program (PBI). The low value of listening ability in students was due to the lack of teaching materials...
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The use of digital games represents an expanding domain in computer-assisted language learning (CALL) research. This chapter reviews the findings of 26 learner-based studies in this area that are informed by cognitive and social accounts of SLA. The analysis shows that massively multiplayer online role-playing games (MMORPGs) are the most frequentl...
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Sociolinguistic concerns are of paramount importance in heritage language (HL) education because the macro-sociolinguistic context shapes HL speakers’ language experiences, knowledge, and use, as well as their socioaffective relationship to the language. This chapter offers a historical overview of sociolinguistic research related to HL speakers, a...
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Reviews and Endorsements: "Theoretically motivated research into aptitude for second language acquisition (SLA) under different conditions of exposure, and at different stages of development and levels of proficiency, is essential for aptitude test development, and for matching learners to optimal conditions of instruction. This book provides the...
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The focus of Chapter 2 is second language (L2) learning. The discussion traces the relationship between current L2 teaching and learning and Learning by Design. This is achieved through the examination of L2 frameworks, perspectives, and foci (in terms of themes and language use) that exhibit theoretical and instructional similarities with the peda...
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This research and development is motivated by the desire and hope of materializing learning materials that have relevance to the learning and psychological needs of Indonesian Language Education students, especially giving the effect of a writing culture embedded in students. The long-term goal is the formation of independent, creative, and product...
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The purpose of this study is to describe the ability to write story texts for students of the Indonesian Language Education Undergraduate Program FKIP Bengkulu University. The scope of this research covers aspects of (1) the suitability of the theme with the content, (2) the structure of the story text, (3) the choice of words (diction), (4) the us...
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This research aimed to investigate undergraduate EFL students’ perception towards the use of Microsoft Word References on students’ thesis and factors that influence the perception. This research used a sequential mixed method. There were 25 students from 7th semester of English Language Education, Ganesha University of Education, involved in this...
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This volume encompasses the range of research questions on language-related problems that arise in language teaching, learning and assessment. The [152] chapters are written by experts in the field who each offer their insights into current and future directions of research, and who suggest several highly relevant research questions. Topics include...
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Globalization and the acceleration of technology in the 21st century create a new paradigm in education. Teachers are not only required to transfer knowledge but also to equip their students with various 21st-century skills. This study aims to produce a syllabus for Arabic Computer courses based on 21st century skills at the Arabic Language Educati...