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. Chambers, A. and Bax, S., 2006, Making CALL work: Towards normalisation, System, Vol.34, No.4, pp.465-479.
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Type of subjects/data: teacher, stakeholder
No. of subjects/data: 18
Instruments: Observation, Document, Interview
Method of analysis: content analysis
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Keywords:
CALL, computers, language teaching, education, normalisation, integration

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. Cao, Y. and Philp, J., 2006, Interactional context and willingness to communicate: A comparison of behavior in whole class, group and dyadic interaction, System, Vol.34, No.4, pp.480-493.
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Type of subjects/data: student
No. of subjects/data: 10
Instruments: Observation, Interview, Questionnaire
Method of analysis: compare the willingness to communicate behavior (WTC) between the three classroom contexts: percentage, correlation, ANOVA, content analysis
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Keywords:
Second Language Learning, ESL learners, learner behavior

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. Alptekin, C., 2006, Cultural familiarity in inferential and literal comprehension in L2 reading, System, Vol.34, No.4, pp.494-508.
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Type of subjects/data: student
No. of subjects/data: 98
Instruments: Task/ activity, Text/ text book, Test
Method of analysis: t-test
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Inferential comprehension, literal comprehension, Schemes, Nativization, Foreign language culture

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. Hyland, K. and Anan, E., 2006, Teachers' perceptions of error: The effects of first language and experience, System, Vol.34, No.4, pp.509-519.
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Type of subjects/data: teacher, others
No. of subjects/data: 48
Instruments: Task/ activity, Questionnaire
Method of analysis: compare errors identified by native English Speaking EFL teachers, Japanese speaking EFL teachers and native English speaking non-teachers
Other aspects: types of errors
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Keywords:
error perception, feedback, writing style, grammar correction, language awareness

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. Johnson, K. and Jackson, S., 2006, Comparing language teaching and other-skill teaching: Has the language teacher anything to learn?, System, Vol.34, No.4, 532-546.
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Type of subjects/data: a singingteacher, a table tennis trainer, a flight pilot trainer
No. of subjects/data: 3
Instruments: Observation, Video recordings
Method of analysis: coding transcripts of the training sessions using Atlas.ti software based on 'grounded theory' (Strauss, 1987)
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Keywords:
skill teaching, language performance, Task-based teaching, Needs analysis, error correction

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. Philp, J., Oliver, R. and Mackey, A., 2006, The impact of planing time on children's task-based interactions, System, Vol.34, No.4, pp.547-565.
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Type of subjects/data: student
No. of subjects/data: 42
Instruments: Discussion, Observation, Task/ activity
Method of analysis: interaction, fluency, accuracy and complexity were coded according to the coding systems commonly used in the planing literature
Other aspects: - coding system
- reliability for coding of interaction
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Keywords:
second language learning, child language acquisition, English as a second language instruction

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. Ojima, M., 2006, Conept mapping as pre-task planning: A case study of three Japanese ESL writers, System, Vol.34, No.4, pp.566-585.
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Type of subjects/data: student
No. of subjects/data: 3
Instruments: Task/ activity, Questionnaire, Interview, Journal/diary
Method of analysis: - text analyses: learners' compositions were scored; accuracy, complexity and fluency were assessed
- process analyses: interview data, questionnaires, and logs were coded; learners' concept maps were compared
Other aspects: Hamp-Lyons'holistic measures for the analysis of the compositions' quality
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Keywords:
classroom techniques, concept mapping, planning, second language learning, writing instruction

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. Babii, E. and Moghaddam, M.J., 2006, On the interplay between test task difficulty and macro-level processing in the C-test, System, Vol.34, No.4, pp.586-600.
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Type of subjects/data: student
No. of subjects/data: 119
Instruments: Test, Verbal report
Method of analysis: - ANOVA
- Chi-square
Other aspects: - c-test design
- text characteristics
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Keywords:
The C-test, The reduced redundancy principle, verbal protocol analysis, Text difficulty, Syntactic complexity, Abstraction, Nominalization, Macro-level processing

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. Takimoto, M., 2006, The effects of explicit feedback and form-meaning processing on the development of pragmatic proficiency in consciousness-raising tasks, System, Vol.34, No.4, pp.601-614.
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Type of subjects/data: student
No. of subjects/data: 45
Instruments: Task/ activity, Test
Method of analysis: ANOVA
Other aspects: - test design
- reliability and validity test
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Keywords:
Input-based instruction, consciousness-raising task, reactive explicit feedback, pragmatic proficiency

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. Pinter, A., 2006, Verbal evidence of task related strategies: Child versus adult interactions, System, Vol.34, No.4, pp.615-630.
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Type of subjects/data: student
No. of subjects/data: 30
Instruments: Task/ activity
Method of analysis: verbal interaction were recorded and analyzed
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Keywords:
Task, Task-related strategies, Children learning English, Awareness of task demands

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