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Yoshida, Reiko – Language Awareness, 2013
Based on sociocultural and contextual perspectives, this study examines how Japanese language learners perceive a conflict between their beliefs and actions when speaking the target language in the classroom context, and how these learners change their beliefs or actions to overcome the conflict. Data were collected during a second-year level…
Descriptors: Sociocultural Patterns, Intercultural Communication, Student Attitudes, Conflict
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Yoshida, Reiko – Language Awareness, 2008
Studies investigating repetition in SL/FL learners' private speech have focused mainly on its cognitive and metacognitive functions. In the present study, the classroom observations, video-recordings of lessons, audio-recordings of six learners and two teachers and simulated recall interviews were conducted in Japanese language classes over two…
Descriptors: Metacognition, Japanese, Second Language Instruction, Second Language Learning
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Yoshida, Reiko – Language Awareness, 2008
Corrective feedback (CF) has been investigated in relation to learners' error types that trigger CF and learners' responses to CF. These research findings generally suggest that recasts, the most frequently used type of CF, did not trigger learners' reformulation of their erroneous utterances very frequently. In these studies, however, teachers'…
Descriptors: Feedback (Response), Error Correction, Error Patterns, Japanese