In this issue
This paper examines some of the factors that make for a good teaching-oriented paper, in which research and
practice are most clearly connected. Such papers have clear research questions, explicit and systematic approaches to teaching and
learning for experimental and control groups, improvement measured by pre and posttests, and well-developed teaching implications.
Various papers from different journals are used to illustrate the characteristics of successful teaching-oriented papers.
- Teaching-oriented research: What is it?
- What is included in a good teaching-oriented paper?
- Summary of key components of teaching-oriented papers
- This issue
- Full-length articles
- Learning Korean pronunciation: Effects of instruction, proficiency, and L1 (Isbell, Park, and Lee)
- Correction timing: Does it affect teacher oral feedback? (Saeli)
- The effectiveness of real-time ultrasound visual feedback on tongue movements in L2 pronunciation training: Japanese learners’ progress on the French vowel contrast /y/-/u/ (Antolík, Pillot-Loiseau, and Kamiyama)
- ASR-based dictation practice for second language pronunciation improvement (McCrocklin)
- The accommodation of intelligible segmental pronunciation: Segmental repairs and adjustments in English as a Lingua Franca interactions (O’Neal)
- ESL learners’ intra-subject acoustic variability in producing American English tense and lax vowels (Smith, Johnson, and Hayes-Harb)
Cerreta, S., & Trofimovich, P.
Chun, D., Jiang, Y., Meyr, J., & Yang, R.
Foote, J., & McDonough, K.
Hacking, J. F., Smith, B. L., & Johnson, E. M.
Isbell, D. R., Park, O., & Lee, K.
Lee, J., Jang, J., & Plonsky, L.
) The effectiveness of second language pronunciation instruction: A meta-analysis
. Applied Linguistics
, 36(3), 345–366.
Lee, A., & Lyster, R.
) Effects of different types of corrective feedback on receptive skills in a second language: A speech perception training study
. Language Learning
, 66(4), 809–833.
Okuno, T., & Hardison, D. M.
) Perception-production link in L2 Japanese vowel duration: Training with technology. Language Learning & Technology
, 20(2), 61–80.
Parlak, Ö., & Ziegler
) The impact of recasts on the development of primary stress in a synchronous computer-mediated environment
. Studies in Second Language Acquisition
. 39(2), 257–285.
Qian, M., Chukharev-Hudilainen, E., & Levis, J.
) A system for adaptive high-variability segmental perceptual training: Implementation, effectiveness, transfer
. Language Learning and Technology
, 22(1), 69–96.
Romanelli, S., Menegotto, A. C., & Smyth, R.
) The influence of an online pronunciation teacher’s manual on teachers’ cognitions
. Doctoral dissertation, Iowa State University.
Thomson, R. I., & Derwing, T. M.
) The effectiveness of L2 pronunciation instruction: A narrative review
. Applied Linguistics
, 36(3), 326–344.
Cited by 2 other publications
Frost, Dan, Alice Henderson, Jordan Wilhelm & Laura Abou Haidar
. Perception du discours académique de locuteurs non anglophones
. Recherches en didactique des langues et des cultures
Levis, John M. & Zoë Zawadzki
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