Dr Enza Tudini
|Division/Portfolio:||Division of Education, Arts and Social Sciences|
|School/Unit:||School of Communication, International Studies and Languages|
|Telephone:||+61 8 830 24592|
|URL for Business Card:||http://people.unisa.edu.au/Enza.Tudini|
Enza Tudini has a Ph.D. in Italian with a focus on critical analysis of contemporary narrative. Her research and publications record is in the area of her Ph.D but she has more recently been working in the area of applied linguistics with a focus on Computer Mediated Communication. She has directed several projects in the area of Computer Assisted Language Learning (C.A.L.L.) including a project of the Australian Federation of Modern Language Teachers (AFMLTA) 'Language Resources on the Internet' and a project of the Australian Language & Literacy Council 'Implications of Technology for Language Teaching'. She is currently working on several projects which research and develop online language teaching and learning.
|LANG 3012||Italian 3A|
|LANG 3013||Italian 3B|
|LANG 2023||Language and Technology|
|LANG 3018||Italy Close-up: Cinematic Identities and Cultures|
|LANG 4006||Italian Studies Honours 1|
|LANG 4007||Italian Studies Honours 2|
|LANG 2035||Italian In-Country|
Form-focused social repertoires in an online language learning partnership, Journal of Pragmatics, Volume 50, no. 1, 2013, pp. 187-202.
Expert-novice orientations: native speaker power and the didactic voice in online intercultural interaction. In F.Sharifian, & M. Jamarani (Eds.) Intercultural Communication in the New Era. New York/London, Routledge, 2012 (coauthored with Anthony J. Liddicoat).
Online Second Language Acquisition: a Conversation Analysis of Online Chat. London, Continuum, 2010 http://www.continuumbooks.com/books/detail.aspx?BookId=132981&SearchTy .
Negotiation and intercultural learning in Italian native speaker chat rooms. Modern Language Journal, Volume 91,iv, 2007, 577-601
Chatlines for beginners:negotiating conversation at a distance. in Holmberg, B., Shelley, M & White, C.. (eds) Distance Education and Languages: Evolution and Change. Multilingual Matters, 2005.
Virtual immersion: native speaker chats as a bridge to conversational Italian. Australian Review of Applied Linguistics. Special issue on Using and Learning Italian in Australia, edited by A. Rubino. Series S, no. 18, 2004, 63-80.
Using native speakers in chat. Language Learning and Technology, September 2003, vol 7, no. 3, 141-159; reprinted in Hubbard, P. (2009) Computer Assisted Language Learning: Critical Concepts in Linguistics, Volume III: Computer Mediated Communication in Language Learning, New York/London: Routledge, Chapter 49, pp. 292-316.
Conversational elements of online chatting: Speaking practice for distance language learners? Apprentissage des Langues et SystÃ¨mes d'Information et de Communication. December 2003, 6, (2), 63-81 (French), 83-99 (English) http://alsic.u-strasbg.fr/Menus/frameder.htm
â€œTeaching Italian verbal and social interaction: an intercultural perspectiveâ€ book chapter cooauthored with P.Carroli and A. Pavone in Teaching Invisible Culture: Classroom Practice and Theory. Crozet, C & Lo Bianco eds Language Australia, 2003
â€œThe role of online chatting in the development of competence in oral interaction.â€ In the proceedings of the Innovations in Italian Workshop Griffith University 2002 http://www.gu.edu.au/centre/italian/
"Focus on form through coded corrective feedback and learner self-correction of writing tasks", in Rassegna italiana di linguistica applicata, n. 2, 2000.
"Connecting Language Students through E-mail" coauthored with A. Rubino, in Babel, vol.3, n.1, 1998.
Italianissimo 1: Activity Book BBC Books/ Rigby Heinemann, London/Melbourne, 1994
Italianissimo 2: Activity Book BBC Books/ Rigby Heinemann, London/Melbourne, 1994
Varianti sconosciute di Il seme sotto la neve di Ignazio Silone: analisi strutturale, Ravenna, Longo, 1992
'Development of oral and cross-cultural proficiency among students of Italian'
|Investigate the impact of Computer Mediated Communication (CMC) and the application of cross-cultural strategies in the development of oral and cultural proficiency among internal, external and online students of|
Italian at the University of South Australia.
a) qualitative analysis of learner discourse in the context of Computer Mediated Communication (CMC) (chatlines, voice discussions, voice email and videoconferencing)
b) investigation of theoretical and research underpinnings of culture learning and the key models of intercultural competence development
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