SATAKE Yoshiho
   Department   Aoyama Gakuin University  , College of Economics
   Position   Professor
Language English
Publication Date 2022/12
Peer Review Peer reviewed
Title Differences in the effectiveness of remote online teaching and face-to-face on-campus teaching using the DDL approach in L2 English verb-noun collocations
Contribution Type Single
Journal Intelligent CALL, granular systems, and learner data: short papers from EUROCALL 2022
Journal TypeAnother Country
Volume, Issue, Page pp.346-351
Details This study explores the effectiveness of Data-Driven Learning (DDL) approach to second-language (L2) English vocabulary learning in on-demand online distance learning at a university in Japan. The participants were 49 Japanese undergraduates, intermediate L2 English learners. The experimental group consisted of 25 students who completed verb-noun collocation correction tasks between the pre-test, and the post- and delayed post-tests. The control group consisted of 24 students who only took the tests. The results show that for memorizing verb-noun collocations, on-demand online DDL – in which learners refer to screenshots of concordance lines – is as effective as DDL in a traditional on-campus setting, where learners search the corpus for themselves. This study suggests the potential of DDL in online on-demand classes. When a variety of teaching methods are being explored, DDL seems a viable option as an approach to L2 teaching.
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