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Mobile assisted language learning
Seamless learning
Meaning making
Learner created content
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Wong, L. H., Chin, C. K., Tan, C. L., Liu, M., & Zhan, Y. (2010, November). Analysis of the learner content creation process in a 1:1 seamless idiom learning environment. Paper presented at the 18th International Conference on Computers in Education (ICCE 2010), Putrajaya, Malaysia.
This paper reports a pilot study on mobile-assisted language learning that focused on both creative learner output and seamless learning. In learning Chinese idioms, students proactively used smartphones on a 1:1 basis to take photos in their daily lives, subsequently in-class or online sharing and discussions took place, enhancing the students’ understanding in the proper usage of the idioms. Our analysis of the student artefacts in both product- and process-oriented aspects reveals the students’ cognitive process and learning strategies during the course of content creation. The students’ ongoing, open-ended, personal-to-social meaning making process and learner-created authentic content have indeed shown some indicators of seamless language learning and induction-based peer learning that has the
potential of transforming language learning into an authentic learning experience.
This paper was presented at the 18th International Conference on Computers in Education (ICCE 2010), held in Putrajaya, Malaysia from 29 Nov to 3 Dec 2010
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