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. Watson Todd, R., Mills, N., Palard, C., and Khamcharoen, P., 2001, Giving feedback on journals, ELT Journal, Vol.55/4, pp.354-359.
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Type of subjects/data: Student, Teacher
No. of subjects/data: 9, 3
Instruments: Journal/diary, Interview
Method of analysis: Analyze feedback in 3 areas:
- formats for the comments
- kinds of response
- types of journals prompt tutors to give comments
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Keywords:
Journal, Feedback, Reflection

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. Farrell, T., 2001, Critical friendships: colleagues helping each other develop, ELT Journal, Vol.55/4, pp.368-374.
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Type of subjects/data: Teacher
No. of subjects/data: 2
Instruments: Observation, Discussion, Audio-recordings, Journal/diary
Method of analysis: Content analysis
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Keywords:
Reflection, Teacher development

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. Hyland, F., 2001, Dealing with plagiarism when giving feedback, ELT Journal, Vol.55/4, pp.375-381.
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Type of subjects/data: Teacher, Student
No. of subjects/data: 2, 6
Instruments: Observation, Think aloud, Interview, Written report
Method of analysis: Content analysis
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Keywords:
Plagiarism, Writing, Teacher's feedback

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. Leather, S., 2001, Training across cultures: content, process, and dialogue, ELT Journal, Vol.55/3, pp.228-237.
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Type of subjects/data: Teacher, Student
No. of subjects/data: 8, 10
Instruments: Observation
Method of analysis: Content analysis
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Keywords:
Culture, Cross-cultural contexts

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. Griffiths, C. and Parr, J.M., 2001, Language-learning strategies: theory and perception, ELT Journal, Vol.55/3, pp.247-254.
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Type of subjects/data: Teacher, Student
No. of subjects/data: 30, 569
Instruments: Questionnaire, Rating scale
Method of analysis: Frequency, Mean
Other aspects: - Beliefs and practice
- SILL
- ILLS (Inventory of Language Learning Strategies)
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Keywords:
Language-learning strategies

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. Boers, F. and Demecheleer, M., 2001, Measuring the impact of cross-cultural differences on learners' comprehension of imageable idioms, ELT Journal, Vol.55/3, pp.255-262.
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Type of subjects/data: Student
No. of subjects/data: 78
Instruments: Questionnaire, Interview
Method of analysis: - Rate the participants' interpretations
- Mean
- Chi-square
Other aspects: Ways to select idioms for the study
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Keywords:
Cross-cultural differences, Idioms

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. DiGiovanni, E. and Nagaswami, G., 2001, Online peer review: an alternative to face-to-face?, ELT Journal, Vol.55/3, pp.263-272.
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Type of subjects/data: Students
No. of subjects/data: 64
Instruments: Task/ activity, Questionnaire
Method of analysis: - Content analysis
- Frequency
- Percentage
Other aspects: - Criteria to select the subjects
- The interactive software "Norton Textra Connect" (NTC) for the peer review
- Training program for the peer review process
- Peer review guideline
- Descriptive categories of types of negotiations
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Keywords:
Peer review, Online peer review, Writing

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. Fedderholdt, K., 2001, An email exchange project between non-native speakers of English, ELT Jouranal, Vol.55/3, pp.273-280.
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Type of subjects/data: Students
No. of subjects/data: 38
Instruments: Questionnaire, Interview
Method of analysis: Content analysis
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Keywords:
e-mail, email writing, Culture, Motivation for writing, Key-pals

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. Cabrena, M.P. and Martinez, P.B., 2001, The effects of repetition, comprehension checks, and gestures, on primary school children in an EFL situation, ELT Journal, Vol.55/3, pp.281-288.
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Type of subjects/data: Students
No. of subjects/data: 60
Instruments: Test
Method of analysis: - Independent sample t-test
- Paired sample t-test
Other aspects: - Linguistic simplifications
- Interaction modifications
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Keywords:
Young learners, Children learning, Repitition, Comprehension checks, Gesture, Listening comprehension, EFL

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. Lynch, T., 2001, Seeing what they meant: transcribing as a route to noticing, ELT Journal, Vol.55/2, pp.124-132.
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Type of subjects/data: Students
No. of subjects/data: 8
Instruments: Task/ activity
Method of analysis: Content analysis, Mean
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Keywords:
Speaking, Form, Noticing

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