volume 17, issue 1, P51-82 2004
DOI: 10.1076/call.17.1.51.29710
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Abstract: Despite the widespread use of digital video and, increasingly, multimedia in listening instruction throughout second language programs, little is known about how learners attend to dynamic visual elements in comprehension. A lack of research in how listeners engage with videotext retards the development of computer-based listening skills. This investigation seeks to describe what learners do when they attend to digital video media. In conjunction with Japanese language instructors, three authentic Japanese ne…

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