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Tan, Jesmine Sio Hwee
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Collaboration scripts
Computer-supported collaborative learning
Singapore’s Chinese language learning
Issue Date: 
2021
Abstract: 
Many research efforts that were placed on collaboration scripts over the years focused on enhancing the collaborative learning process and its impact on the domain learning. This literature review examined the use of collaboration scripts specifically in the Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) environment in Singapore’s Chinese language classroom. The analysis was based on 30 studies published between 2009 and 2019. Findings from the analysis showed that collaboration scripts are commonly used in CSCL Chinese language learning lesson, with macro scripts more frequently used than micro scripts. Furthermore, results showed that collaboration scripts were more frequently used in vocabulary learning lessons in primary schools and writing lessons in secondary schools. The current study highlights the benefits of supporting Chinese language learning with collaboration script. The need for more focus on micro-scripting to help learners acquire the target language is discussed.
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2021
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