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245 00 New technological applications for foreign and second 
       language learning and teaching|h[electronic resource] /
       |cMariusz Kruk, Mark Peterson 
260    Hershey, Pennsylvania :|bIGI Global,|c2020 
300    1 online resource (xix, 389 p.) 
490 1  Advances in educational technologies and instructional 
       design (AETID) book series 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 0  Section 1. Theoretical considerations. Chapter 1. 
       Intelligent CALL: using pattern matching to learn English 
       ; Chapter 2. Pedagogical considerations for successful 
       implementation of virtual reality in the language 
       classroom ; Chapter 3. The case for qualitative research 
       into language learning in virtual worlds ; Chapter 4. A 
       review of research on the application of digital games in 
       foreign language education ; Chapter 5. Gamification for 
       technology-enhanced language teaching and learning -- 
       Section 2. Practical applications. Chapter 6. 
       Investigating learner autonomy and 21st century skills in 
       blended tech-enhanced language learning ; Chapter 7. 
       Foreign language learning through instagram: a flipped 
       learning approach ; Chapter 8. Using digital storytelling 
       to handle second language writing anxiety and attitudes: a
       longitudinal experiment ; Chapter 9. Students' perceptions
       toward an international telecollaboration project through 
       an engineering-themed online simulation in a language-
       learning setting ; Chapter 10. First-year Japanese 
       learners' perceptions of computerised vs. face-to-face 
       oral testing: challenges and implications ; Chapter 11. 
       Using a chatbot, replika, to practice writing through 
       conversations in l2 English: a case study ; Chapter 12. 
       Considerations for future technology development based on 
       EFL teachers' integration of technology ; Chapter 13. 
       Promoting interpersonal and intercultural communication 
       with flipgrid: design, implementation, and outcomes ; 
       Chapter 14. Data-driven learning at the English drafting 
       stage ; Chapter 15. Corpus-informed pedagogy in a language
       course: design, implementation, and evaluation 
506    Restricted to subscribers or individual electronic text 
       purchasers 
520 3  "This book explores how the latest technologies have the 
       potential to engage foreign/second language learners both 
       within and outside the language classroom and to 
       facilitate language learning and teaching"--|cProvided by 
       publisher 
650  0 Languages, Modern|xStudy and teaching|xTechnological 
       innovations 
650  0 English language|xStudy and teaching|xTechnological 
       innovations 
650  0 Educational technology 
700 1  Kruk, Mariusz,|d1971-|eeditor 
700 1  Peterson, Mark,|d1965-|eeditor 
830  0 Advances in educational technologies and instructional 
       design 
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