Multimodal resources for lexical explanations during webconferencing-supported foreign language teaching: a LEarning and TEaching Corpus investigation.

Abstract : Within the computer-assisted language learning (CALL) field, multimodal research endeavours to consider the simultaneous presence and interaction between verbal communication modes (audio, text chat) present in foreign language learning situations with co-verbal and non-verbal modes (gestures, gaze, posture, other kinesic aspects). This paper explores how trainee-teachers of French as a foreign language, during webconferencing-supported teaching, orchestrate different semiotic resources that are available to them for lexical explanations.
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Ciara R. Wigham. Multimodal resources for lexical explanations during webconferencing-supported foreign language teaching: a LEarning and TEaching Corpus investigation.. Corpus Linguistics 2015, Jul 2015, Lancaster, United Kingdom. ⟨edutice-01148348⟩

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