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We tested the effects of interactive homework, completed through text chat, compared with independent writing homework on multiple measures of language proficiency including vocabulary knowledge, writing complexity and accuracy, and oral production and fluency.
The "erosion of orality" (Schulz, Music 346) concerned elements such as the demise of live interaction between performer and the public as well as social functions (for local groups) when oral genres engage literacy and new media; passive television watching that increasingly substitutes active collective performances, such as evening gatherings around a storyteller in both urban and rural contexts; folklorization of oral production (i.
Time 1 was presumed to mark pressure-free and well planned oral production (i.
The question that arises is whether there is a difference in the oral production of the subjunctive between first, second, and third-generation Spanish-speakers in this community?
If literature is the body of texts and oral production of a culture, then African-Canadian literature--comprising the texts of Black Loyalists, of the Black arrivals in 1812, of the fugitive slave communities in Southern Ontario and elsewhere, and of the 19th-century arrivals in British Columbia--is among Canada's oldest literatures.
They investigate cognitive and processing mechanisms in instructed SLA, such as instructed learners' fluency and implicit/explicit language processes, psycholinguistic aspects of gender acquisition, language analytic ability and oral production, and formal instruction and the acquisition of verbal morphology.
The hegemortic presence in this case is an antagonistic person or an oppressive community whose intent is to control the individual's narrative--especially, as in Hurstort's novel when that tale exists as an oral production in a community whose basic communication operates in oral transmission.
To offer a true distance education course in a foreign language and not provide computer-mediated communication oral production and spoken interactive opportunities, now that simple technology can be used, may reduce the course to grammar study.