|SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION AND NETWORKED MULTIMEDIA ENVIRONMENTS|
|Written by MADALINA NICOLOF|
ABSTRACT. Rappoport and Sheinman claim that SL learners possess a mature conceptual system and are capable of explicit symbolic reasoning and abstraction. Schmidt claims that it is important to operationalize concepts such as intention, noticing, and awareness in both experimental and pedagogical settings. Bañados and Ripoli describe an interactive multimedia b-learning communicative English program which has been created using ICT tools to put SLA learning principles and CALL materials design issues into practice for innovating the teaching and learning of English as a second language. Chapelle writes that producing linguistic output forces learners to use the syntactic system and to develop this aspect of their ability, and elicits subsequent input from interlocutors, some of which may contain indications of problems with the learner&039;s output which will result in the learner’s noticing aspects of the linguistic form.
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