Imma Miralpeix

List of John Benjamins publications for which Imma Miralpeix plays a role.

Title

Audiovisual Input and Second Language Learning

Edited by Carmen Muñoz and Imma Miralpeix

[Language Learning & Language Teaching, 61] 2024. vi, 246 pp. + index
Subjects Applied linguistics | Language acquisition | Language teaching | Multilingualism

Articles

Casulleras, Montserrat and Imma Miralpeix 2024 Language learning from watching cartoons in the primary EFL classroomAudiovisual Input and Second Language Learning, Muñoz, Carmen and Imma Miralpeix (eds.), pp. 1–24 | Chapter
This chapter presents the results of a study in which two groups of primary school English as a Foreign Language (EFL) learners watched one episode a week of the animated TV series Curious George – with L1 subtitles or L2 subtitles – over a period of five months. These beginner students were… read more
Miralpeix, Imma, Ferran Gesa and Maria del Mar Suárez 2024 Vocabulary learning from audiovisual input at first exposure in young adult novice learnersAudiovisual Input and Second Language Learning, Muñoz, Carmen and Imma Miralpeix (eds.), pp. 204–226 | Chapter
In this ‘First Exposure’ (FE) study, 106 Catalan/Spanish young adults proficient in English watched a short advert with the audio in English and subtitles in Polish, a language they were not familiar with. Results indicated that vocabulary learning took place, as their meaning recognition scores… read more
Muñoz, Carmen and Imma Miralpeix 2024 More pieces in the puzzle about language learning through audiovisual inputAudiovisual Input and Second Language Learning, Muñoz, Carmen and Imma Miralpeix (eds.), pp. 227–246 | Chapter
In this concluding chapter, we bring together findings from the studies in this volume and place them within the context of prior research on audiovisual input, particularly within the broader framework of the SUBTiLL project. The findings are organized into three sections: captioned viewing,… read more
Popova, Margarita and Imma Miralpeix 2024 Maximizing L2 learning from captioned TV viewing: Repeated viewing and Language ReactorAudiovisual Input and Second Language Learning, Muñoz, Carmen and Imma Miralpeix (eds.), pp. 103–128 | Chapter
This study compares comprehension and vocabulary gains in L1 Russian (upper)-intermediate adolescents who watched two episodes of a Netflix series in L2 English for the same amount of time under two conditions: Repeated Viewing (RV) with captions; and Viewing with the Chrome extension Language… read more
This article presents two classroom-based studies lasting one academic year: Study 1 with beginner learners of English as a foreign language and Study 2 with intermediate learners. In each study, learners in the comparison and experimental groups were introduced to new vocabulary through regular… read more