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Self-correction and Fluency in ESL Speaking Development. Nel de Jong, Dawn E. McCormick, M. Christine O’Neill, Claire Bradin Siskin University of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Science of Learning Center. April 24, 2007. Overview. Speaking classes : background
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Nel de Jong, Dawn E. McCormick,
M. Christine O’Neill, Claire Bradin Siskin
University of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh Science of Learning Center
April 24, 2007
(RSA #1 and #2),
or rerecord sample (RSA #3)
like which and ghost>like a which and a ghost
i think people dressed on costum>people drssed on a costum on halloween
dressed up on cute> dressed up on a cute charecter.
wearing a nurse> dressed up as a nurseData Example Level 4
The 4/3/2 task
but what can we do in the classroom?
Computerized version: individual, no pair work
Please direct questions to Nel de Jong (firstname.lastname@example.org) or
Dawn E. McCormick (email@example.com)
This work was supported in part by the Pittsburgh Science of Learning Center, which is funded by the National Science Foundation award number SBE-0354420.
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