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Does 'Notice' Prompt Noticing? Raising Awareness in Language Learning with an Open Learner Model

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Does 'Notice' Prompt Noticing? Raising Awareness in Language Learning with an Open Learner Model
Open learner models (OLM) are learner models that are accessible to the learner they represent. Many examples now exist, often with the aim of prompting learner reflection on their knowledge. In language learning, this relates to research on noticing and awareness-raising. We here introduce an open learner model to investigate the potential of OLMs to facilitate noticing. Results suggest that an OLM could be a useful way of helping students to notice language features, with all students noticing some of the features tested, a result that was maintained in a delayed post-test one week after the experimental session.
Gheida Shahrour, Susan Bull
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where AH
Authors Gheida Shahrour, Susan Bull
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