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Stuart Webb
University of Western Ontario
Foreign languagePsychologyVocabularyLinguisticsVocabulary development
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#1Thi Ngoc Yen Dang (University of Leeds)H-Index: 1
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With a number of word lists available for teachers to choose from, teachers and students need to know which list provides the best return for learning? Four well-established lists were compared and...
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Last. Akifumi Yanagisawa (UWO: University of Western Ontario)
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Research investigating incidental vocabulary learning through listening to songs has primarily relied on participant’s self-report surveys on listening behaviors and its relationship with their vocabulary knowledge (Kuppens, 2010 ). Only one experimental study has investigated vocabulary learning gains from listening to songs (Medina, 1993 ). From the results, the researcher concluded that learning does occur from listening to songs. However, the learning gains were not provided. The present stu...
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This chapter discusses fundamental considerations related to the measurement of knowledge of multiword items (MWI). Central concepts like validity and reliability are accounted for, as are steps for linking theoretical and operational definitions with scoring procedures. Next, different approaches for MWI measurement are presented. This includes an account of traditional pencil-and-paper test formats, reviews of extant tests, and analyses of written and spoken texts. The chapter continues with r...
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#1Michael P. H. Rodgers (Carleton University)H-Index: 6
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Abstract Previous research investigating L2 incidental vocabulary learning from video has primarily focused on short videos from genres that may be conducive to vocabulary learning. The research provides evidence that L2 incidental vocabulary learning can occur through video. However, it is uncertain whether viewing episodes of full-length television programs can contribute to incidental learning. This study investigated the effects of viewing 7+ hours of television on incidental vocabulary lear...
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