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Face-to-face and online interactions - is a task a task?

By Annette Duensing, Ursula Stickler, Carolyn Batstone and Barbara Heins


This study contrasts two different ways of analysing interaction and participation in language learning tutorials: Social network analysis of frequency and QSR analysis of type of interaction. One task from three German beginners' language tutorials (one delivered face-to-face, the other two online) is analysed. A description of the background and method of the study is provided together with some examples of the findings. As this is work in progress, only tentative conclusions can be provided at this stage

Year: 2006
OAI identifier: oai:oro.open.ac.uk:5417
Provided by: Open Research Online

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