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Collaboration and computer-assisted acquisition of a second language

Abstract : In the last few years, the community working on Computer Assisted Learning has started considering a different type of learning as an alternative to traditional ones: collaborative learning (or cooperative learning). We are addressing the question of defining how collaboration could be beneficial to a computer environment for language learning. In order to answer that question , we refer to various research fields, such as Applied linguistics, Psychology of Education, Artificial Intelligence and Education. From thereon we propose an application of collaborative learning to one particular domain of the second language: interrogative sentences in French.
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Delphine Renié, Thierry Chanier. Collaboration and computer-assisted acquisition of a second language. Computer-Assisted Language Learning, 1995, 8 (1), pp.3-30. ⟨edutice-00000277⟩



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