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. Chappell, P. (2014). Engaging learners: conversation- or dialogic-driven pedagogy?, ELT Journal, 68(1), 1-11.
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Type of subjects/data: audio-visual classroom data
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Method of analysis: - coding scheme for types of classroom activities and types of classroom talk was created
- classroom language was analysed using speech function and mood grammar analyses
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conversation-driven pedagogy, classroom discourses, types of talk, speech functions and mood grammars

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. Choi, T. H., & Andon, N. (2014). Can a teacher certification scheme change ELT classroom practice?. ELT journal, 68(1), 12-21.
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Type of subjects/data: teachers
No. of subjects/data: 4
Instruments: Document, Video recordings, Interview, Observation
Method of analysis: - teachers' ability to conduct communicative lessons was assessed
- teachers' performance in the assessed lessons and their perception on the teaching scheme were assessed
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teaching innovations, curriculum, communicative language teaching, CLT

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. Siegel, J. (2014). Exploring L2 listening instruction: Examinations of practice. ELT journal, 68(1), 22-30.
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Type of subjects/data: teachers
No. of subjects/data: 10
Instruments: Audio-recordings
Method of analysis: - listening lesson content was transcribed and coded in terms of techniques for listening instruction
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listening instruction, teaching teachniques

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. Chang, A. C., & Millett, S. (2014). The effect of extensive listening on developing L2 listening fluency: some hard evidence. ELT journal, 68(1), 31-40.
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Type of subjects/data: students
No. of subjects/data: 133
Instruments: Task/ activity, Test
Method of analysis: - tests were marked
- relationship between 4 dependent variables (pre-test, post-test1, post-test2, and post-test3) and 1 independent measure with 3 groups were analysed using MANOVA with a Bonferroni post-hoc test
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listening fluency, audio-graded readers

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. Lei, J., & Hu, G. (2014). Chinese ESOL lecturers’ stance on plagiarism: does knowledge matter?. ELT journal, 68(1), 41-51.
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Type of subjects/data: teachers
No. of subjects/data: 117
Instruments: Rating scale, Task/ activity
Method of analysis: - content analysis of plagiarism-related justifications
- participants' knowledge of plagiarism and recognition of plagiarism were examined using ANOVA
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plagiarism

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. Zhao, H. (2014). Investigating teacher-supported peer assessment for EFL writing. ELT journal, 68(2), 155-168.
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Type of subjects/data: students
No. of subjects/data: 18
Instruments: Task/ activity, Questionnaire, Interview
Method of analysis: - teacher comments on peer feedback were classified by level of agreement
- student revisions were examined for the use of peer feedback
- effect of teachers' comments on peer feedback was examined
- student perceptions of teacher-supported assessment were examined
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peer assessment, feedback, writing instruction, teacher support

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. Cunningham, C. (2014). ‘Keep talking’: using music during small group discussions in EAP. ELT journal, 68(2), 179-191.
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Type of subjects/data: students
No. of subjects/data: 18
Instruments: Questionnaire
Method of analysis: responses to the questionnaire about an atmosphere for small group discussion and the use of background music were analysed
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Keywords:
group discussions, EAP, reticence, background music

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. Butler, Y. G., Someya, Y., & Fukuhara, E. (2014). Online games for young learners’ foreign language learning. ELT Journal, 68(3), 265-275.
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Type of subjects/data: students
No. of subjects/data: 3945
Instruments: Task/ activity
Method of analysis: - learners' use of games and features of the attractive games were examined (mean, sd)
- tests of a difference in the game-play frequencies by age and gender were conducted (ANOVA)
- the relationship between game playing and English performance was examined (sequential multiple regressions, adjusted R-squares)
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online games, performance

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. Coyle, Y., & Gracia, R. G. (2014). Using songs to enhance L2 vocabulary acquisition in preschool children. ELT Journal, 68(3), 276-285.
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Type of subjects/data: students
No. of subjects/data: 25
Instruments: Test
Method of analysis: - vocabulary picture tests were scored
- test scores across the three time periods were compared (Friedman test)
- mean ranks of the receptive and productive score were compared (Wilcoxon signed-rank test)
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songs, vocabulary acquisition, young learner

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. Jin, L., Liang, X., Jiang, C., Zhang, J., Yuan, Y., & Xie, Q. (2014). Studying the motivations of Chinese young EFL learners through metaphor analysis. ELT Journal, 68(3), 286-298.
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Type of subjects/data: students
No. of subjects/data: 128
Instruments: Discussion, Task/ activity
Method of analysis: - students generated 362 metaphors in Chinese to indicate their attitudes towards English learning
- researchers transcribed and translated the data from Chinese to English
- metaphors and entailments were categorized into positive, negative, neutral, or ambivalent metaphors
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motivation, young learners, attitudes, elicited metaphor analysis

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