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Self-expressions, Socialization and Learning in Dialogue Journals: Features of Beginner Writers in Second Language Writing
International Journal of English Linguistics
Collaborative learning involves learners working together as a group in maximizing their learning experience and in developing the learners' sense of belonging to the group. This paper discusses the features of a collaborative writing activity, the dialogue journal, that exist during a writing activity. The features were discussed based on literature and a case study on a group of second-year ESL learners of Universiti Teknologi MARA Perlis, Malaysia. The selections of the students' dialoguedoi:10.5539/ijel.v1n2p155 fatcat:z6coijtktra3niwdanavpm73re