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2009 | 9 | 1 | 3-17
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Decision-making Tasks in Computer-mediated Communication (CMC)

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This article reviews the use of decision-making tasks to trigger interaction in CMC. It argues that these tasks promote communicative competence across different CMC modes. It finally reiterates the necessity to include more task-based learning and network-based language learning (NBLT) activities in contexts of English as a foreign/second language (EFL/ESL).
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3-17
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