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Abberton, E., and Fourcin, A. (1975). Visual feedback and the acquisition of intonation. In E. H. Lenneberg and E. Lenneberg (eds.), Foundations of language development (pp. 157-165). New York: Academic Press.

Abercombie, John R. Graphics display of foreign scripts. Perspectives in Computing 7:1, Spring 1987.

Abraham, R. G. (1985). Field independence-dependence and the teaching of grammar. TESOL Quarterly, 19, 689-702.

Abraham, R. G., and Liou, H.-C. (1991). Interaction generated by three computer programs: Analysis of functions of spoken language. In P. Dunkel (ed.), Computer-assisted language learning and testing: Research issues and practice (pp. 133-154). New York: Newbury House/HarperCollins.

Abraham, Roberta. Field Independence-Dependence and the Teaching of Grammar. C.A.L.L. Digest v5 n5 p3 1989

Abrioux, Dominique A. M. X. Computer-Assisted Language Learning and Distance Education. Journal of Distance Education v4 n1 p2035 Spr 1989

Adams, M.J. (1990). Beginning to read: Thinking and learning about print. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Adult Literacy & Technology: Guide to Literacy Software. 1989 Edition. Adult Literacy and Technology Project, San Ramon, CA. ED314607 126 p.

Agazzi, Oscar E.; Kuo, Shyh-shiaw. 1993. Pseudo Two-Dimensional Hidden Markov Models for Document Recognition. AT&T Technical Journal, v72 n5 p60-72 Sept-Oct.

Ahmad, K., Corbett, G., Rogers, M., and Sussex, R. (1985). Computers, language learning and language teaching. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Akaichi, J.; Gader, N.; Ghenima, M.; Nouira, R. 1993. Note on Two CAI Simulation Programs under Development for the Synthesis and Analysis of Arabic Verbal and Deverbal Forms. Computer Assisted Language Learning, v6 n1 p45-49.

Alber, Charles J. Information Technology and Chinese Language Instruction: A Search for Standards. Journal of the Chinese Language Teachers Association v24 n2 p85108 May 1989

Alber, Charles J. The Most Recent List of 3000 Most CommonlyUsed Characters and Their Phonetics. Journal of the Chinese Language Teachers Association v24 n1 p97104 Feb 1989

Alderman, D. (1978). Evaluation of the TICCIT computer-assisted instructional system in the community college. Research Report. ERIC ED 167 606.

Alderson, J. C. (1980). Native and nonnative speaker performance on cloze tests. Language Learning, 30, 59-76.

Allen, E., Bernhardt, E., Berry, M., and Demel, M. (1988). Comprehension and text genre: An analysis of secondary school foreign language readers. Modern Language Journal, 72, 163-172.

Allen, James. Natural Language Understanding. 1987. Benjamin Cummings: Menlo Park, CA.

Allen, Roger. 1993. Proficiency and Arabic: The Increasing Role of Technology. Computer Assisted Language Learning, v6 n1 p3-12.

Allwright, D. (1988). Observation in the language classroom. London: Longman.

Altman, Rick. PICS: The Project for International Communication Studies. In Flint Smith, Wm. Modern Technology in Foreign Language Education: Applications and Projects. 1989. Lincolnwood: NTC.

Ames, Carolyn Elisabeth. 1992. Print That Moves: Emergent Literacy and the Word Processor in a First-Grade, Bilingual Class. Dissertation. U Oregon.

Anandam, K., Kotler, L., Eisel, E., and Roche, R. (1979). RSVP: Feedback program for individualized analysis of writing. Research Report. ERIC ED 191 511.

Anderson, Jonathan. The Printout: Computers and the reading teacher: An Australian perspective. Reading Teacher 41:7, March 1988.

Anderson-Inman, L., Adler, W., Cron, M., Hillinger, M., Olson, R., and Prohaska, B. (1991). Speech: The third dimension. In R. Boone (ed.), Teaching process writing with computers (pp. 53-58). Revised Edition. Eugene, OR: ISTE.

Anthony, E. (1963). Approach, method, technique. English Language Teaching 17, 63-67.

Applegate, Anthony, Applegate, J. and DeKonty, Mary. Principles for the Evaluation of ComputerAssisted Instruction in the Teaching of Reading and Language Arts. Journal of Reading, Writing, and Learning Disabilities International v4 n3 p21521 198889

Arden-Close, C. (in press). NNS readers' strategies for inferring the meanings of unknown words. Reading in a Foreign Language, 9, (2).

Ariew, Robert. Integrating video and CALL in the curriculum. In William Flint Smith (ed) 1987. Modern Media in Foreign Language Education.

Arndt, V. Six writers in search of texts: A protocol based study of L1 and L2 writing. English Language Teaching Journal 41:4, 1987.

Arnold, Nancy. Computers for ESL Instruction in Elementary Schools. C.A.L.L. Digest v5 n8 p35 1989

Aron, Helen and Balajthy, Ernest. Local Area Networks (The Printout). Reading Teacher v42 n7 p532 Mar 1989

Arzan, Angel M. 1993. LODES of Grammar: Syntactic Error Analysis for Intelligent Computer-Assisted Language Instruction . Dissertation. New York U.

Ashworth, David and Stelovsky, Jan. Kanji City. An Exploration of Hypermedia Applications for CALL. CALICO Journal v6 n4 p2739 Jun 1989

Aspects. Group Technologies, Arlington, VA.

Atkinson, Terry. 1992. Hands Off--It's My Go. IT in the Languages Classroom. Centre for Information on Language Teaching and Research, London (England).

Austin, Roger; Mendlick, Florian. 1993. E-Mail in Modern Language Development ReCALL, v9 p19-23 Nov.

Bachman, L. F. (1982). The trait structure of cloze text scores. TESOL Quarterly, 16, 61-70.

Bachman, L. F. (1985). Performance on cloze tests with fixed-ratio and rational deletions. TESOL Quarterly, 19, 535-556.

Bachman, L. F. (1990). Fundamental considerations in language testing. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Bacon, S., and Finnemann, M. (1990). A study of the attitudes, motives, and strategies of university foreign language students and their disposition to authentic oral and written input. The Modern Language Journal, 74, 459-473.

Bailey, K. (1980). An introspective analysis of an individual's language learning experience. In R. Scarcella and S. D. Krashen (eds.), Research in second language acquisition (pp. 58-65). Rowley, MA: Newbury House.

Bailey, K. M. (1983). Competitiveness and anxiety in adult second language learning: Looking at and thought the diary studies. In H. W. Seliger and M. H. Long (eds.), Classroom oriented research in second language acquisition (pp. 67-103). Rowley, MA: Newbury House.

Bailin, Alan and Levin, Lori. Introduction: Intelligent ComputerAssisted Language Instruction. Computers and the Humanities v23 n1 p311 Jan 1989

Bailin, Alan and Philip Thomson. The use of natural language processing in computer-assisted language instruction. Computers and the Humanities 22:2, 1988.

Bailin, Alan. Artificial intelligence and computer-assisted language instruction: A perspective. CALICO Journal 5:3, March 1988.

Balajthy, Ernest and Gordon Link. The Printout: Desktop publishing in the Classroom. Reading Teacher 41:6, Feb. 1988.

Balajthy, Ernest. A ComputerBased Network for Writing Process Instruction of AtRisk Community College Students: A Second Year Evaluation. ED308498 35 p. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Reading Association (34th, New Orleans, LA, April 30May 4 1989).

Balajthy, Ernest. An investigation of learner-control variables in vocabulary learning using traditional instruction and two forms of computer-based instruction. Reading Research and Instruction 27:4, Summer 1988.

Balajthy, Ernest. Holistic Approaches to Reading (The Printout). Reading Teacher v42 n4 p324 Jan 1989

Balas, Robert S. WestCenter: Software Programs Developed at Western Washington University. In Flint Smith, Wm. Modern Technology in Foreign Language Education: Applications and Projects. 1989. Lincolnwood: NTC.

Balestri, Diane Pelkus. Softcopy and hard: Wordprocessing and writing process. Academic Computing 2:5, Feb. 1988.

Balota, D. A., Pollatsek, A., and Rayner, K. (1985). The interaction of contextual constraints and parafoveal visual information in reading. Cognitive Psychology, 17, 364-390.

Baltra, A. (1984). An EFL classroom in a mystery house. TESOL Newsletter, 18(6), 15.

Baltra, Armando. Communicative fluency and the computer. C.A.L.L. Digest 3:1, 1987

Baltra, Armando. On learning how to learn. C.A.L.L. Digest. 4:1, 1988.

Baltra, Armando. Review of Something to do on Monday. C.A.L.L. Digest v5 n6 p910 1989

Bangert-Drowns, Robert L. 1993. The Word Processor as an Instructional Tool: A Meta-Analysis of Word Processing in Writing Instruction. Review of Educational Research, v63 n1 p69-93 Spring.

Barker, Bruce O. Distance Education Technologies: All that Glitters Is Not Gold. ED309894 12 p. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Decisions about Technology Conference (2nd, Bismarck, ND, May 10 1989).

Barker, Thomas T. Studies in word processing and writing. Computers in the Schools 4:1, Spring 1987.

Barker, Thomas T. Word Processors and Invention in Technical Writing. Technical Writing Teacher v16 n2 p12635 Spr 1989

Barlow, Michael. CALL at Stanford University. C.A.L.L. Digest. 4:4, 1988.

Barlow, Michael. Computers and ESL in Higher Education. 1988 Athelstan: Stanford.

Barlow, Michael. Working With Computers: Computer Orientation for Foreign Students. 1987. Athelstan: Stanford.

Barnes, J. A user perspective on computer-assisted translation for minority students. Computers and Translation 2:3, July-Sept. 1987.

Barnes, L. L. (1989). Why is there a text in this class: Classroom teachers' (re)views of computer-assisted composition textbooks. Computers and Composition, 7(1), 27-36.

Barnes, Linda Laube. Why Is There a Text in This Class?: Classroom Teachers' (Re)views of ComputerAssisted Composition Textbooks. Computers and Composition v7 n1 p2736 Nov 1989

Barnett, Lew. 1993. Teacher Off: Computer Technology, Guidance and Self-Access. System, v21 n3 p295-304 Aug.

Barret, Edward (ed). Text, ConText, and HyperText: Writing with and for the Computer. 1988, MIT: Cambridge, MA.

Barret, Edward and James Paradis. Teaching writing in an on-line classroom. Harvard Educational Review 58:2, May 1988.

Barron, R. W., Golden, J. O., Seldon, D. M., Tait, C. F., Marmurek, H. H. C., and Haines, L. P. (1992). Teaching prereading skills with a talking computer. Reading and Writing: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 4, 179-204.

Batson, T. (1993). ENFI Research. Computers and Composition, 10(3), 93-101.

Batson, Trent A Selective National Survey of ENFI RealTime Conferencing in the Composition Classroom. ED303827 12 p. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Conference on College Composition and Communication (40th, Seattle, WA, March 1618 1989).

Batson, Trent. English: The ENFI project: A networked classroom approach to Writing Instruction. Academic Computing 2:5, Feb. 1988.

Baumann, Kristina; Buchholz, Edith; Dusterhoft, Antje; Pudschun, Michaela. 1993. An ELT Database for Teachers and Learners: A Cross-Cultural Perspective. Literary & Linguistic Computing, v8 n3 p153-159.

Bean, J. C. (1983). Computerized word processing as an aid to revision. College Composition and Communication, 34, 146-148.

Beard, M., Bar, A., Fletcher, D., and Atkinson, R. C. (1975). The improvement and individualization of computer assisted instruction. Final report. ERIC ED 112 951.

Beauvois, Margaret. 1993. E-Talk: Empowering Students through Electronic Discussion in the Foreign Language Classroom. The Ram's Horn, v7 p41-45 Aug.

Beazley, M. R. (1989). Reading for a real reason: Computer pals across the world. Journal of Reading, 32(7), 598-805.

Beazley, Malcolm R. Computer pals across the world. The Catalyst 5:4, Dec. 1987.

Beazley, Malcolm R. Reading for a Real Reason: Computer Pals across the World. Journal of Reading v32 n7 p598605 Apr 1989 Special Issue: New Technologies and Reading.

Beazley, Malcolm R. The Australaskan writing project (a computer-based intercultural exchange program). English Teaching Forum 26:2, April 1988.

Becker, Donald. 1992. Getting started with CD Audio in HyperCard. CALICO Journal, v9, 4. Sum.

Becker, James E. The Computer and Foreign Languages in the High School. In Flint Smith, Wm. Modern Technology in Foreign Language Education: Applications and Projects. 1989. Lincolnwood: NTC.

Becker, Joseph D. Arabic word processing. Communications of the ACM 30:7, July 1987.

Bellman, Beryl L. 1992. Computer Communications and Learning. New Directions for Teaching and Learning No. 51 (Teaching in the Information Age: The Role of Educational Technology) p55-63 Fall.

Belnap, R. Kirk. 1993. Computer-Assisted Language Learning and Arabic: The Brigham Young University Experience. Computer Assisted Language Learning, v6 n1 p13-19.

Benesch, S. (1987). Word processing in English as a second language: A case study of three non-native college students. Paper presented at Conference on College Composition and Communication. Atlanta, April 1987. ERIC ED 281383.

Benesch, Sarah. Word Processing in English as a Second Language: A Case Study of Three Non-Native College Students. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Conference on College Composition and Communication, Atlanta GA, March 1987. ED281383. 1987

Bennett, John. Review of Rapid Recall II. C.A.L.L. Digest v5 n1 p1012 1989

Berducci, Domenic. Creating a Language Lab: Decisions and Dollars. C.A.L.L. Digest v5 n6 p57 1989

Berg, David M. Reconfiguring: The Shape of Things to Come. ACA Bulletin v68 p4043 Apr 1989

Berman, Jay; Frank, Marcia; Hirsch, Sharon; Robins, Shari; and Wolff, Carol. Developing Courseware to Answer Call Needs: Textware. 1992. CAELL Journal v3, 4, winter, 16-24.

Berney, Tomi D. and Alvarez, Rosalyn. Computers in Bilingual Education, Project CIBE, 198788. Evaluation Section Report. OREA Report. New York City Board of Education, Brooklyn, NY. Office of Research, Evaluation, and Assessment. ED311720 ED 34 p.

Berney, Tomi D. and Cerf, Charlotte. Career Awareness Program in Bilingual Education. Project CARIBE, 198788. OREA Report. New York City Board of Education, Brooklyn, NY. Office of Research, Evaluation, and Assessment. ED318239 ED 32 p.

Berney, Tomi D. and Velazquez, Clara. Career Advancement through Bilingual Education Skills. Project CABES, 19871988. New York City Board of Education, Brooklyn, NY. Office of Research, Evaluation, and Assessment. ED310638 ED 34 p.

Bernhardt, E., and Berkemeyer, V. (1988). Authentic texts and the high school German learner. Unterrichtspraxis, 21, 6-28. Cited in Bacon and Finnemann (1990).

Bernhardt, S. A. (1993). The shape of text to come: The texture of print on screens. College Composition and Communication, 44, 151-175.

Bernhardt, Stephen A. Designing a Microcomputer Classroom for Teaching Composition. Computers and Composition v7 n1 p93110 Nov 1989

Bernhardt, Stephen A. et al. Teaching College Composition with Computers: A Program Evaluation Study. Written Communication v6 n1 p10833 Jan 1989

Berry, Eleanor. Speech Synthesizers as Aids to Revision. Computers and Composition v6 n3 p8192 Aug 1989

Bertanzetti, Eileen Dunn. Database detectives: students pursue a thiefwith the help of a class database. Classroom Computer Learning 8:7, April 1988.

Bertin, J. C. 1993. New Concepts and New Machines for CALL: The Next Learning Space. Computer Assisted Language Learning, v6 n3 p203-213.

Beveridge, Michael and Edmundson, Susan. Reading Strategies of Good and Poor Readers in Word and Phrase Presentation. Journal of Research in Reading v12 n1 p112 Feb 1989

Bialystok, E. (1981). The role of conscious strategies in second language proficiency. Modern Language Journal, 65, 24-35.

Biber, D. (1988). Variation across speech and writing. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Bickes, Gerhard and Scott, Andrew. On the Computer as a Medium for Language Teaching. CALICO Journal v6 n3 p2132 Mar 1989

Birch, Alison. Monsters, purple penguins, and fun with words: An introduction to Logo list processing. Classroom Computer Learning 8:5, Feb., 1988.

Bishop, Elizabeth A. Russian wordprocessing with MacCyrillic. Northwestern University Computing and Networking 3:3, Fall 1988.

Black, Phil. 1992. More than a typewriter. CÆLL Journal v3, 2.

Blake, R. (1992). Second language reading on the computer. ADFL Bulletin, 24, 17-22.

Blake, Robert. CALL and the language lab of the future. ADFL Bulletin 18:2, Jan. 1987.

Blanchard, Jay S. et al. Optical technology: Tool for literacy instruction. Journal of Reading 31:8, May 1988.

Bland, S. K., Noblitt, J. S., Armington, S., and Gay, G. (1990). The naive lexical hypothesis: Evidence from computer-assisted language learning. Modern Language Journal, 74, 440-450.

Bland, S. K., Noblitt, J. S., Armstrong, S., and Gray, G. (1990). The naive lexical hypothesis: Evidence from computer-assisted language learning. The Modern Language Journal, 74, 440-450.

Blankenbaker, R. Data bases in the English class: A valuable lesson. The Computing Teacher 15:2, Oct. 1987.

Blankenbaker, Ruthie and Hamstra, Diane. Over the Hurdle: Writers, Word Processors, and Prewriting Strategies. Journal of Reading, Writing, and Learning Disabilities International v5 n1 p4359 1989

Bledsoe, Penelope M. 1992. Performance and Evaluation of Communicative Tasks: The Video Camera in the L2 Classroom. Hispania v75 n2 p437-40 May.

Block, Evelyn B., Debra L. Simpson and D. Kim Reid. Teaching young children programming and word processing skills: The effects of three preparatory conditions. Journal of Educational Computing Research 3:4, 1987.

Bloome, David, Ed. Classrooms and Literacy. ED307583 422 p.

Boone, Randy. Teaching Process Writing with Computers. 1988. ICCE: Eugene, OR.

Borchardt, Frank. Neural network computing and natural language processing. CALICO Journal 5:4, June 1988.

Borras, Isabel. 1993. Developing and Assessing Practicing Spoken French: A Multimedia Program for Improving Speaking Skills. Educational Technology Research and Development, v41 n4 p91-103.

Boucher, Paul; Danna, Frederic; Sebillot, Pascale. 1993. COMPOUNDS: An Intelligent Tutoring System for Learning to Use Compounds in English. Computer Assisted Language Learning, v6 n3 p249-272.

Bradin, Claire. CAI at the Economics Institute. C.A.L.L. Digest 3:2, 1987.

Bradin, Claire. The Computer as Electronic Blackboard. C.A.L.L. Digest v5 n4 p23 1989

Bradley, Thomas I. and Orleans, Margaret. Adapting PeerWriting Techniques to Asian Technologies and Cultures. Journal of Educational Techniques and Technologies v22 n1 Spring 1989

Bradley, V. N. (1982). Improving students' writing with microcomputers. Language Arts, 59, 732-743.

Bransford, J. D., and Johnson, M. K. (1972). Contextual prerequisites for understanding: Some investigations of comprehension and recall. Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior, 11, 717-726.

Brasche, Hartmut Paul. 1993. The Design of a Computer-Mediated Reading Tool for the Enhancement of Second Language Reading Comprehension through the Provision of On-Line Cues. Dissertation. U Toronto.

Brebner, A., Johnson, K., and Mydlarski, D. (1984). CAI and second language learning: An evaluation of program for drill and practice in written French. Computers and Education, 8, 471-474.

Breen, M. P. (1985). The social context for language learning--A neglected situation? Studies in Second Language Acquisition, 7, 135-158.

BridwellBowles, Lillian. Designing Research on ComputerAssisted Writing. Computers and Composition v7 n1 p7991 Nov 1989

Bright, George W., Margaret Hunsberger and George D. Labercane. Electronic letter writing between children and pre-service teachers: Results, reflections and recommendations. Computers in the Schools 5:1/2, 1988.

Britton, Bruce K. et al. Instructional Texts Rewritten by Five Expert Teams: Revisions and Retention Improvements. Journal of Educational Psychology v81 n2 p22639 Jun 1989

Brock, Mark N. 1993. A Comparative Study of Computerized Text Analysis and Peer Tutoring as Revision Aids for ESL Writers. Dissertation. Indiana U, PA.

Brock, Mark N. 1993. Three Disk-Based Text Analyzers and the ESL Writer. Journal of Second Language Writing, v2 n1 p19-40 Jan.

Brown, G. (1990). Listening to spoken English. Second Edition. London: Longman.

Brown, G., and Yule, G. (1983). Teaching the spoken language. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Brown, H. D. (1987). Principles of language learning and teaching. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.

Brown, Kristin and Dennis Sayers. Bilingual education, second language learning and telecommunication: A perfect fit. C.A.L.L. Digest 3:5, 1987.

Bruce, B. C., and Rubin, A. (1993). Electronic quills: A situated evaluation of using computers for writing in classrooms. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Bruder, Isabelle et al. 1992. School Reform: Why You Need Technology to Get There. Electronic Learning v11 n8 p22-28 May-Jun.

Buckles, Mary Ann. Interactive fiction as literature: Adventure games have a literary lineage. Byte 12:5, May 1987.

Buckley, E., and Rauch, D. (1979). Pilot project in computer-assisted instruction for adult education students. Great Neck, NY: Adult learning centers, Great Neck Public Schools. Final three-year report. ERIC ED 197 202.

Bueno, K., and Nelson, W. A. (1993). Collaborative second language learning with a contextualized computer environment. Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia, 4(2), 177-208.

Bullock, Donald W. Word Processing for Teachers: Professional Results. Computing Teacher v16 n8 p911 May 1989

Bump, J. CAI in Writing at the University: Some recommendations. Computers and Education 11:2, 1987.

Burston, Jack. 1992. Software review: Transparent Language. On-CALL v6, 3. May.

Burston, Jack. Towards Better Tutorial CALL: A Matter of Intelligent Control. CALICO Journal v6 n4 p7589 Jun 1989

Burton, Dolores M. Paperchase: A flexible program for composition classes. Collegiate Microcomputer 6:1, Spring 1988.

Bush, Michael D. and Crotty, J. Interactive Videodisc in Language Teaching. In Flint Smith, Wm. Modern Technology in Foreign Language Education: Applications and Projects. 1989. Lincolnwood: NTC.

Butler, J. (1991). Cloze procedures and concordances: the advantages of discourse level authenticity in testing expectancy grammar. System, 19(1-2), 29-38.

Butler-Nalin, Kay. How Composing Aloud and Computer Composing Influence Composing Processes. ED292115. 1987.

Button, Charles G. An Intelligent Tutoring System for Helping Children Aged 7 to 15 to Acquire a Second Language. Instructional Science v18 n1 p2743 Jan 1989

Buys, Barbara N. 1993. Three Instructional Strategies for Teaching Phonemic Segmentation to Kindergarten Children. Dissertation. U Florida, Gainesville

CALICO Journal (1991). CALICO '92 OUTREACH Symposium: Overview of presentations. CALICO Journal, 9(2), 76-94.

Camilleri, Clara 1992. Plaidoyer pour la video-correspondance (Argument for Video Letters). Francais dans le Monde n253 p66-68 Nov-Dec.

Campbell, R., and Hanlon, P. (1988). Grapevine. In S. Ambron and K. Hooper (eds.), Interactive multimedia: Visions of multimedia for developers, educators and information providers (pp. 157-178). Redmond, WA: Microsoft Press.

Canto-Knoerr, Helene. 1992. Enseigner l'intonation: L'ordinateur a la rescousse (Teaching Intonation: The Computer to the Rescue). Francais dans le Monde n253 p75-78 Nov-Dec.

Capretz, Pierre J. Video-Based System for Teaching French Language and Culture. Journal of Educational Techniques and Technologies v22 n2/3 SummerFall 1989

Caras, Pauline. Literature and computers: A short bibliography, 1980-1987. College Literature 15:1, Winter 1988

Carrick, Bruce. ESL Software for Use with High School and Adult Students. A MicroSIFT Quarterly Report. ED283397. 1987.

Carroll, David and Kowitz, Johanna. Text ConcordancingWhat It Is and What It Can Do for You. ED309649 17 p. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language (23rd, Warwick, England, April 1989).

Casella, Vicki. Computers in the curriculum workshop. This software program has multiple classroom uses. Instructor 97:7, March 1988.

Casella, Vicki. Peer Pressure Turns into Peer Cooperation in This Computer Classroom. Instructor v98 n6 p34 Feb 1989

Casella, Vicki. Writing and Word Processing Go Hand in Hand. Instructor v98 n7 p84 Mar 1989

Casteel, Carolyn P. and Johnson, Lowell E. Personalizing Reading Instruction: A Systems Model for Teachers. Educational Technology v29 n5 p3740 May 1989

Casteel, Clifton A. Effects of Chunked Reading among Learning Disabled Students: An Experimental Comparison of Computer and Traditional Chunked Passages. Journal of Educational Technology Systems v17 n2 p11521 198889

Castro, Pamela. What Do ESL Students Need from the Language Lab? Journal of Educational Techniques and Technologies v22 n4 Winter 1989/90

Cato, Vivienne et al. Reading Screens: Mapping the Labyrinth. Reading v23 n3 p16878 Nov 1989

Cawthorn, Ian; Chambers, Gary. 1993. The Special Needs of the Deaf Foreign Language Learner. Language Learning Journal, v7 p47-49 Mar.

Cazden, C. B. (1985). Classroom discourse. In M. C. Wittrock (ed.), Handbook of research on teaching (pp. 432-463). New York: Macmillan.

Cazden, C. Michaels, S., and Watson-Gegeo, K. (1987). Microcomputers and literacy project. Final Report. Grant no. G-83-0051. Washington, DC: National Institute of Education.

Chambers, Gary; Higham, Jeremy. 1993. Information Technology and New Entrants to Modern Language Teaching. Language Learning Journal, v8 p47-50 Sept.

Chan, Christine. Computer Use in the ClassroomII. An Assessment of Using the Computer as a Tool and as Tutee. Computers and Education v13 n3 p27177 1989

Chan, Chung; Liu, Li-chia. 1992. The effectiveness of computer-assisted pronunciation training. CALICO Journal, v9, 4. Sum.

Chan, James Chung. 1993. As the Computer Was Turned On: A Case Study of Computer-Mediated Educational Experience in an ESL Classroom. Dissertation. U Oregon, Eugene.

Chapelle, C. (1990). The discourse of computer-assisted language learning: Toward a context for descriptive research. TESOL Quarterly, 24 (2), 199-225.

Chapelle, C., and Jamieson, J. (1986). Computer-assisted language learning as a predictor of success in acquiring English as a second language. TESOL Quarterly, 20, 27-46.

Chapelle, C., and Jamieson, J. (1989). Research trends in computer-assisted language learning. In M. C. Pennington (ed.), Teaching languages with computers: The state of the art (pp. 47-59). La Jolla, CA: Athelstan.

Chapelle, C., and Jamieson, J. (1991). Internal and external validity issues in research on CALL effectiveness. In P. Dunkel (ed.), Computer-assisted language learning and testing: Research issues and practice (pp. 37-59). New York: Newbury House.

Chapelle, C., and Mizuno, S. (1989). Students' strategies with learner-controlled CALL. CALICO Journal, 7(2), 25-47.

Chapelle, Carol and Jamieson, Joan. Research Trends in ComputerAssisted Language Learning. In Pennington, Martha C. Teaching Language with Computers. 1989. La Jolla: Athelstan.

Chapelle, Carol. CALL Research in the 1980s: Setting the Stage for the 1990s. C.A.L.L. Digest v5 n7 p79 1989

Chapelle, Carol. Research: The Foundation for Theory and Practice. C.A.L.L. Digest v5 n5 p1 1989

Chapelle, Carol. Using Intelligent ComputerAssisted Language Learning. Computers and the Humanities v23 n1 p5970 Jan 1989

Charp, Sylvia. Writing to Read: A Program for Literacy. Technological Horizons in Education v16 n9 p5660 May 1989

Chaudron, C. (1988). Second language classrooms: Research on teaching and learning. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Cherry, Steve. Selecting a Computer Network: Advice for Principals. NASSP Bulletin v73 n519 p4345 Oct 1989

Chesters, Graham and Nigel Gardner. The Use of Computers in the Teaching of Language and Languages. Bath, England: CTISS Office, University of Bath. 1988.

Cheung, Anthony; Harrison, Colin. 1992. Microcomputer adventure games and second language acquisition: A study of Hong Kong tertiary students. In Pennington, Martha C. ; Stevens, Vance. (eds) Computers in Applied Linguistics. Multilingual Matters: Avon, England.

Chinews. Hypermedia CALL program for listening comprehension in Chinese. Designed by Y. C. Li and S. H. Ho. University of Hawaii at Manoa.

Christie, N., and Sabers, D. (1989). Using microcomputers to implement mastery learning with high-risk and minority adolescents. ERIC ED 326 178.

Chun, D. M. (1989). Teaching tone and intonation with microcomputers. CALICO Journal, September, 21-46.

Church, Dan M. On the use of carrots and sticks. CALICO Journal 16:1, 1988.

Church, Kenneth W.; Mercer, Robert L. 1993. Introduction to the Special Issue on Computational Linguistics Using Large Corpora. Computational Linguistics, v19 n1 p1-24 Mar.

Ciarcia, S. (1984). Build a third-generation phonetic speech synthesizer. Byte, 9(3), 28-42.

Clark, John L. D. 1992. "Screen-to-Screen" Testing: An Exploratory Study of Oral Proficiency Interviewing Using Video Teleconferencing. System v20 n3 p293-304 Aug.

Clark, John L. D. Toward a research and development strategy for computer-assisted language learning. CALICO Journal 5:3, March 1988.

Clark, R. E. (1985). Counfounding in educational computing research. Journal Educational Computing Research, 1(2), 137-148.

Clarke, M., and Silberstein, S. (1977). Toward a realization of psycholinguistic principles for the ESL reading class. Language Learning, 27, 135-154.

Clayton, Ida Long. 1993. The Relationship between Computer-Assisted Instruction in Reading and Mathematics Achievement and Selected Student Variables. Dissertation. U Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg.

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