'Reflective conversation' in the virtual language classroom

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Lamy, Marie-Noelle; Goodfellow, Robin;

In the Open University of the United Kingdom, the principle that distance language learners should be encouraged to reflect on their own learning has traditionally been central to the design of conventional (i.e., print, audio, and video) course materials. However, sinc... View more
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