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Title: Modified output and metalanguage during conversational interaction: A qualitative look at interactional feedback
Author: Canals, Laia  
Keywords: interactional feedback
negotiation of meaning
virtual exchange
language-related episodes
Issue Date: 21-Sep-2023
Publisher: University Kalisz
Published in: Canals, L. [Laia]. (2023). Modified output and metalanguage during conversational interaction: A qualitative look at interactional feedback. Studies in Second Language Learning and Teaching, 13(3), 601-626. doi: 10.14746/ssllt.31128
Studies in Second Language Learning and Teaching, 2023, 13(3), 601-626
Also see: https://doi.org/10.14746/ssllt.31128
Abstract: The present study draws on earlier research on learner-learner dyadic interactions inan e-tandem virtual exchange and examines negotiation of meaning episodes basedon the qualitative data. These data come from learner-learner interactions duringoral tasks carried out using a video conferencing tool. The aim is to unveil the interac-tional patterns that emerge during negotiation of meaning episodes which havebeen deemed beneficial for L2 development, particularly those which offer opportu-nities for modified output to occur (Gurzynski-Weiss & Baralt, 2015;Long, 1996; Pica,1994; Schmidt, 1990). The results highlight the role that metalinguistic informationplays in scaffolding the process of negotiation of meaning and emphasize the benefitsof e-tandem exchanges where learners alternate between the roles of expert andlearner, depending on the language used during each language-related episode.
Language: English
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/149146
ISSN: 2083-5205MIAR
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