A smorgasboard of DDL journal activity

Last month, in addition to the release of new corpora, two journals released special issues dedicated to DDL/CL in language learning.

One is the open-access Language Learning & Technology. I haven’t read it yet, but the table of contents looks very interesting. The other one is Language Testing. It’s interesting to see how CL and questions of assessment interact.

Finally, though not a whole dedicated issue, ReCALL has an online first article titled ‘Unlearning overgenerated be through data-driven learning in the secondary EFL classroom’. This will be the first article I get to, as overgenerated be is a recurring issue for many of my students and I’m curious to see what the authors found.

What bounty 🙂


UPDATE

If the ReCALL link above isn’t working for you, here is the doi: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0958344017000246

 

 

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2 thoughts on “A smorgasboard of DDL journal activity

  1. Reblogged this on TESOL_Peter and commented:
    A recent report on DDL by Michael Brown. It’s great to see DDL studies get published because I think since the technology is more accessible than ever. Hopefully it can become a more common teaching practice. We’ll see I suppose.

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