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Which Elements Matter? Constructing Word Cards for English Vocabulary Growth Journal article
SAGE Open, 2020,Volume: 10,Issue: 2
Authors:  Barry Lee Reynolds;  Wei-Hua Wu;  Ying-Chun Shih
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L2 Vocabulary  L2 Vocabulary Growth  Vocabulary Acquisition  Word Cards  
The effects of nonce words, frequency, contextual richness, and L2 vocabulary knowledge on the incidental acquisition of vocabulary through reading: More than a replication of Zahar et al. (2001) & Tekmen and Daloǧlu (2006) Journal article
IRAL - International Review of Applied Linguistics in Language Teaching, 2020,Volume: 58,Issue: 1,Page: 75-102
Authors:  Barry Lee Reynolds
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Contextual Richness  Frequency  Incidental Vocabulary Acquisition  L2 Vocabulary Knowledge  Nonce Words  
Situated incidental vocabulary acquisition: The effects of in-class and out-of-class novel reading Journal article
Applied Linguistics Review, 2020
Authors:  Barry Lee Reynolds
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Experimental Context  In-class Reading  Incidental Vocabulary Acquisition  L2 Vocabulary  Out-of-class Reading  
Training student writers in conducting peer feedback in L2 writing: A meaning-making perspective Journal article
Applied Linguistics Review, 2019
Authors:  Xiaodong Zhang;  Shulin Yu
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Academic Writing  Meaning Making  Peer Feedback  Sfl-based Training  
The learning effects of student-constructed word cards as homework for the adolescent English Language classroom Journal article
System, 2019,Volume: 81,Page: 146-162
Authors:  Barry Lee Reynolds;  Ying-Chun Shih
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English  Homework  Language Learning  Reading  Vocabulary  Word Cards  
An analysis of Chinese EFL students' use of first and second language in peer feedback of L2 writing Journal article
System, 2014,Volume: 47,Page: 28
Authors:  Yu S.;  Lee I.
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L1  L2  Peer feedback  Writing instruction