Interaction in Focus in a Listening Comprehension Online Course

By Angelita Quevedo.

Published by The Technology Collection

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Based on activity theory, this paper aims to discuss the interaction aspects of cooperation observed in an online learning activity and how interaction was supported through language and textual representations.

Keywords: Interaction, Activity Theory, Distributed Learning

International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society, Volume 2, Issue 3, pp.89-100. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.779MB).

Dr. Angelita Quevedo

Angelita Quevedo, doctor in Applied Linguistics and Language Studies from the Post-graduate Program of Applied Linguistics and Language Studies, PUCSP. She has investigated the English listening comprehension process in her masters. Her doctorate focused the analysis of students’ engagement in an online course on English listening comprehension, using activity theory as its theoretical background. Her major interests are English listening comprehension mediated by computer, distance education as continuing education for public school English teachers and teacher development for online courses.

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