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Title: 
Reasoning and reformulating for linguistic knowledge improvement: A comparative case study in a CSCL classroom
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CSCL
Language learning
Comparative study
Collaborative dialogue
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Nov-2012
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Paper presented at the 20th International Conference on Computers in Education (ICCE 2012), Singapore, 26 – 30 November 2012
Abstract: 
This paper reports a comparative case study to explore the discrepancies in learning outcomes attained by two student groups in an identical CSCL activity in the language classroom and the differences in group behaviors that contributed to these discrepancies. From micro-analysis, group behaviors that are desired for language development are identified. The findings can inform future pedagogical and technological design to improve language learning in classrooms.
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