Can experience with CALL inform distance learning practices?
Carol A. Chapelle, Iowa State University
Joan Jamieson, Northern Arizona University
Volker Hegelheimer, Iowa State University
Please read this before clicking on the links below:
The following online materials illustrate how the series of tasks discussed
in the paper can be implemented on the WWW. The materials work best when
using Microsoft Internet Explorer (version 5 or later) on a Windows machine.
However, they have been tested on Netscape (version 6 or later) and Internet
Explorer (version 5 or later) on computers running Windows 98 and later
or Mac OS 9 and later. The only plugin required for the materials is the
quicktime plugin, which interprets the audio files.
The links provided below will open up a new browser window. The window
dimensions are set to 751 x 550 pixels, which means that the minimum resolution
recommended to properly view the materials is 800 x 600 pixels.
Readers have the option of going through the entire set of materials
in a linear fashion (starting with part 1) or to view the individual parts
(parts 2 and 3).
Part 1: Improving
Public Involvement in American Foreign Policy - A reading passage
with comprehension questions (links within help users navigate through
the entire task)
Part 2: A
Potential Model for Improved Public Involvement - A listening
exercise with comprehension questions
Group 1: Read
the Canadian text
Group 2: Read
the U.S. text.
Click here to
return to the paper (currently opens up in a blank new browser window)
Note: If the audio does not function properly in part 2, download the
quicktime plugin at http://www.apple.com/quicktime
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