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Teacher’s feedback vs. computer-generated feedback: A focus on articles
As attested by a vast number of studies, in the process of second/foreign language acquisition feedback plays an important role as it may trigger learners’ noticing of the mismatch between their interlanguage and the target ...
Multimodal literacy in academic environments: PowerPoint as a motivational genre
his paper explores PowerPoint (PPT) as a leading genre in academic discourse, focussing on the implementation of student motivation boosting strategies. ICT nowadays plays an increasingly important role in pedagogy, by ...
PowerPoint Presentations in the classroom: Re-evaluating the genre
Since the late 1990s, Microsoft PowerPoint has become the expected presentation genre. However, several studies have demonstrated its many faults, such as the pre-formatted construction of discourse leading to the abuse ...
Listening with your eyes: Multimodal approaches to art appreciation in primary school
Fine arts offer opportunities for multimodal approaches in education. Museums and galleries are now aware of their social role, and provide outreach activities designed to bring an understanding of art to a wider public. ...
Multimodality in Higher Education
Multimodality in Higher Education, by Archer and Breuer (2016) deals with multimodal writing practices and pedagogies in tertiary education. With the boost of new technologies in the field of education, studies on modes ...