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Towards a Comprehensive Model of Negotiated Interaction in Computer-mediated Communication
|Title:||Towards a Comprehensive Model of Negotiated Interaction in Computer-mediated Communication|
|Authors:||Van der Zwaard, Rose|
Language Learning Strategies
Task- based Instruction
|Date Issued:||17 Oct 2019|
|Publisher:||University of Hawaii National Foreign Language Resource Center|
University of Texas at Austin Center for Open Educational Resources and Language Learning
|Citation:||Van der Zwaard, R., & Bannink, A. (2019). Towards a Comprehensive Model of Negotiated Interaction in Computer-mediated Communication. Language Learning & Technology, 23(3), 116–135. http://hdl.handle.net/10125/44699|
|Abstract:||In this paper we explore and identify emerging patterns of synchronous digital discourse trajectories between dyads of native (NS) and non-native speakers (NNS), with a particular focus on (absence of) negotiated interaction. We will present a new model of L2 learning interaction that is a schematic representation of two main types of hearer response that have been found after a trigger of non- understanding: Task-appropriate response (TAR) and face-appropriate response (FAR). In addition, we outline five different discourse trajectories. The model we propose is based on data derived from interactive task performances of groups of Dutch and Australian students in two telecollaboration projects. The discourse trajectories represented in our model provide us with useful insights into the complexities of digital interaction in an L2-learning environment and show that NNS-NS communication is more complex than traditional negotiation of meaning models suggest. We expect our model to contribute to a better understanding of L2 learning processes related to interaction in digital settings.|
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Volume 23 Number 3, October 2019 Special Issue: New Developments in Virtual Exchange in Foreign Language Education|
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