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Cohesion and Reference in English Chatroom Discourse

C.M. Nash
Proceedings of the 38th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences  
Cohesive devices such as lexical relationships and direct address are very frequent in chatroom discourse.  ...  This paper examines the textual structure of English chatroom discourse focusing on the cohesive elements which are utilised by the participants in order to create a semantically coherent structure.  ...  This study will analyse the use of cohesive elements and reference in chatroom discourse.  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2005.143 dblp:conf/hicss/Nash05 fatcat:otz4y6o36vejtarjjexxfzy5zy

The Communicative Competence Components Analysis in Using English through EIR

Ayu Silvana Faradilla, Dwi Rukmini
2019 ELT Forum: Journal of English Language Teaching  
In conclusion, most of EIR participants are communicative in using English viewed from the discourse competence, sociolinguistic competence and strategic competence.  ...  The communicative competence components in using English were analyzed based on the grammatical competence, discourse competence, sociolinguistic competence and strategic competence.  ...  The researcher would also give special honor to the participants of English Interaction Room, as the result I could collect the data for my study.  ... 
doi:10.15294/elt.v8i1.27742 fatcat:y3kc5bf3dfetdnw74gn3jrcjny

Improving Communicative Competence through Synchronous Communication in Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning Environments: A Systematic Review

Xi Huang
2018 Education Sciences  
place between human beings via the instrumentality of computers in forms of text, audio and video communication, such as live chat and chatrooms as socially-oriented meaning construction.  ...  There follows a discussion on a synthesis of interactional variables in negotiated interaction and co-construction of knowledge from psycholinguistic and social cohesion perspectives.  ...  Acknowledgments: I am grateful to my former supervisor Mairin Laura Hennebry and all three reviewers for a wealth of insightful comments and suggestions, all of which-in one way or another-have been reflected  ... 
doi:10.3390/educsci8010015 fatcat:enyhebvoarbf7odamxsir7gfka

Community building and translingual practice in an international eGroups telecollaboration

Ute Walker
2017 ALSIC : Apprentissage des Langues et Systèmes d'Information et de Communication  
HEA and in German and in English to STR (20).  ...  in developing cohesive ties revealed patterns presented in Figures 3 to 5 which show the distribution of English and German across the five cohesion indicators.  ... 
doi:10.4000/alsic.3161 fatcat:2dchysjdnzei3fcteoznblawum

Intercultural Cybercommunication: Negotiation of Representations of Languages and Cultures in Multilingual Chatrooms

Mário Rui Domingues Ferreira da Cruz
2008 Journal of Multicultural Discourses  
The creation of a global citizen, who is able to participate in the public discourse, depends on the development of plurilingual and intercultural communicative competences, supported by a physical and  ...  in university students from Portugal and the USA.  ...  In fact, self-and group representations 'reveal how a group perceives its own identity, and demonstrate its cohesion.  ... 
doi:10.1080/17447140802153642 fatcat:bt5e4u57yndi3d3nh3o42qb3zy

Pragmatic competence and social power awareness: The case of written and spoken discourse in non-native English environments

Carmen Pérez-Sabater, Begoña Montero-Fleta
2014 International Journal of English Studies (IJES)  
Specifically, we centred on the power variable and the distinction between powerful and powerless speech styles through negotiation, co-planning and goal-oriented interactions.  ...  Following one of the new challenges suggested by the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, a treatment was developed to enhance pragmatic competence, since this competence is not easy to  ...  To conclude in this regard, it is important to bear in mind that online written discourse in chatrooms does not totally adjust to the standards of traditional written discourse and cannot be considered  ... 
doi:10.6018/j.191071 fatcat:tgwuhoyvlnfxzpopqvivzrfzma

Teaching EFLLs Listening Subskills With a Speaking-Listening Model in a Computer-Mediated Communication Setting

Jinman Zhao, Chang In Lee
2022 Frontiers in Psychology  
This efficiency was particularly evident when it came to growing discourse and pragmatical listening skills, rather than developing grammatical and sociolinguistic competence.  ...  The research included 112 Chinese tertiary students with intermediate English proficiency who were recruited from around the country.  ...  will talk more in and out class in English.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2022.836013 pmid:35846689 pmcid:PMC9284103 fatcat:fh3jcneifrdltepijopgwxisdu

PRAGMATICS IN EFL CLASSROOM: AVOIDING PRAGMATIC FAILURE IN CROSS-CULTURAL COMMUNICATION

Nailul Author Restu Pamungkas, Lutfina Tarita Wulandari
2020 ENGLISH EDUCATION JOURNAL OF ENGLISH TEACHING AND RESEARCH  
will cause misunderstanding in communication between speakers with different culture and social backgrounds.  ...  Therefore, this paper tries to explore the essential issues of spoken discourse, pragmatics, cross cultural pragmatics, pragmatic failure, pragmatic awareness, and its implication to pedagogy.  ...  Spontaneous written discourse occasionally occurs in form of semiplanned writing for instance: scrawled notes, mind maps, text memos, emails, chatroom texts and Facebook chats.  ... 
doi:10.29407/jetar.v5i1.14310 fatcat:vnuqgpmayzejfg5bp2rzctvpse

The Anthropology of Online Communities

Samuel M. Wilson, Leighton C. Peterson
2002 Annual Review of Anthropology  
The general conclusion is that the technologies comprising the Internet, and all the text and media that exist within it, are in themselves cultural products.  ...  Despite early assessments of the revolutionary nature of the Internet and the enormous transformations it would bring about, the changes have been less dramatic and more embedded in existing practices  ...  Such studies, however, remain situated in online communication, analyzed through texts generated in chatrooms, news groups, MOOs, and other multi-user domains (MUDs).  ... 
doi:10.1146/annurev.anthro.31.040402.085436 fatcat:xf45eitmbjaaniuhoid3payjba

The Effect of Synchronous and Asynchronous CMC on Oral Performance in German

Zsuzsanna Ittzes Abrams
2003 The Modern Language Journal  
Wright, the anonymous reviewers of The Modern Language Journal, and its editorial staff for their valuable feedback and suggestions during the writing of this article.  ...  Many thanks also to Michelle Valleau Achacoso for her help running and interpreting the Scheffé tests. NOTE  ...  Without exception, they had participated in English chatrooms and had also used the university's bulletin board system extensively for other classes.  ... 
doi:10.1111/1540-4781.00184 fatcat:nu5sw7xui5fi7j4jrywpfprfey

Synchronous Mobile-Mediated Communication: An Analysis of Discourse Functions and the Nature of Negotiations

Mohammad Shariq Mohammad Aslam, Atef Odeh AbuSa'aleek
2019 The Journal of Social Sciences Research  
At the same time, written and audio output may also vary, which can lead to the generation of a variety of discourse functions and materialize in teaching methodologies and academic content used in the  ...  nature of negotiating meaning and form on the development of English as a foreign language for ESL and EFL learners.  ...  Simpson (2005) , investigated the discursive characteristics of interaction (i.e. coherence and cohesion in synchronous text-based CMC), collecting the data from the interaction between English learners  ... 
doi:10.32861/jssr.510.1419.1427 fatcat:ufwqgraccvc3tblm5lypwxvucq

Investigating metalinguistic written corrective feedback focused on EFL learners' discourse markers accuracy in mobile-mediated context

Natasha Pourdana, Payam Nour, Fariba Yousefi
2021 Asian-Pacific Journal of Second and Foreign Language Education  
Halliday and Hasan's (Cohesion in English., 1976) typology.  ...  focused metalinguistic WCF on discourse markers (DMs) in writing performance of an intact group of 42 Iranian English as a Foreign Language (EFL) learners over an eight-week period.  ...  Authors' contributions Natasha Pourdana carried out the study and drafted the manuscript. Payam Nour performed the data analysis, and Fariba Yousefi participated in data collection.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40862-021-00111-8 fatcat:b3otlbdapnci7hesgixbvqj3fe

30 Years of Tefl/Tesl: a Personal Reflection

Jack C Richards
2002 RELC Journal : A Journal of Language Teaching and Research in Southeast Asia  
In many countries English is now being introduced at primary rather than secondary level necessitating con-  ...  Key words: 30 years of TEFUTESL, reflection Second and foreign language teaching is a field that is constantly in a state of change.  ...  English is no longer viewed as the property of the English-speaking world but is an intemational commodity sometimes referred t<t as World English or English as an International Language.The cultural values  ... 
doi:10.1177/003368820203300201 fatcat:5seu4jg4irexlgmr4oizzlsuwi

The Relationships Between Students' Perceived Learning Styles and the Community of Inquiry Presences in a Graduate Online Course

Hasnae Mouzouri
2016 International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)  
In this paper, the author examined whether there is any correlation between students' perceived learning styles as identified by Felder and Silverman (2002) and each of the three presences of the Garrison  ...  The findings have important implications for how to design online courses in a way that fits students' needs and thus foster effective learning.  ...  tools of communication (Forum, Chatroom and GoToWebinar).  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijet.v11i04.5312 fatcat:p7b7jbmurffaxezdlvtvtgo5xy

Socio-emotional connections: identity, belonging and learning in online interactions. A literature review

Janine Delahunty, Irina Verenikina, Pauline Jones
2013 Technology, Pedagogy and Education  
Yet identity, which plausibly and naturally emerges from any social interaction, is much less explored in online learning.  ...  In the intangible social space of the virtual classroom, students come together to learn through dialogic, often asynchronous, exchanges.  ...  text of discussion boards or chatrooms.  ... 
doi:10.1080/1475939x.2013.813405 fatcat:442hwphm6jezvc4xtolpw4qxxm
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