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Michael P. H. Rodgers
Michael P. H. Rodgers
Associate Professor, Carleton University
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An Introduction to Applied Linguistics
N Schmitt, MPH Rodgers
Routledge, 2019
1036*2019
The vocabulary demands of television programs
S Webb, MPH Rodgers
Vocabulary: Critical Concepts in Linguistics 2, 317-344, 2016
532*2016
The lexical coverage of movies
S Webb, MPH Rodgers
Applied Linguistics 30 (3), 407-427, 2009
4072009
Narrow viewing: The vocabulary in related television programs
MPH Rodgers, S Webb
Tesol Quarterly 45 (4), 689-717, 2011
2002011
English language learning through viewing television: An investigation of comprehension, incidental vocabulary acquisition, lexical coverage, attitudes, and captions
MPH Rodgers
Open Access Te Herenga Waka-Victoria University of Wellington, 2013
1782013
Incidental vocabulary learning through viewing television
MPH Rodgers, S Webb
ITL-International Journal of Applied Linguistics 172 (2), 191-220, 2020
1322020
The Effects of Captions on EFL Learners’ Comprehension of English-Language Television Programs
MPH Rodgers, S Webb
CALICO Journal 34 (1), 20-38, 2017
1322017
The images in television programs and<? br?> the potential for learning unknown words: The relationship between on-screen imagery and vocabulary
MPH Rodgers
ITL-International Journal of Applied Linguistics 169 (1), 191-211, 2018
962018
YOUNG LEARNERS’PROCESSING OF MULTIMODAL INPUT AND ITS IMPACT ON READING COMPREHENSION: AN EYE-TRACKING STUDY
A Pellicer-Sánchez, E Tragant, K Conklin, M Rodgers, R Serrano, ...
Studies in Second Language Acquisition 42 (3), 665-665, 2020
582020
The relationship between vocabulary and viewing comprehension
M Durbahn, M Rodgers, E Peters
System 88, 2020
572020
Video and language learning
M Montero Perez, MPH Rodgers
The Language Learning Journal 47 (4), 403-406, 2019
422019
Science-Specific Technical Vocabulary in Science Fiction-Fantasy Texts: A case for 'language through literature'
H Rolls, MPH Rodgers
English for Specific Purposes 48 (4), 44–56, 2017
352017
Teaching formulaic sequences in an English-language class: The effects of explicit instruction versus coursebook instruction
D Le-Thi, MPH Rodgers, A Pellicer-Sanchez
TESL Canada Journal 34 (Special Issue 11), 111-139, 2017
332017
Extensive Listening and Viewing: The Benefits of Audiobooks and Television
MPH Rodgers
The European Journal of Applied Linguistics and TEFL 5 (2), 43-57, 2016
322016
L2 reading and reading-while-listening in multimodal learning conditions: An eye-tracking study
E Pellicer-Sanchez, A: Tragant, K Conklin, MPH Rodgers, A Llanes, ...
ELT Research Papers, 2018
252018
Listening to lectures
MPH Rodgers, S Webb
The Routledge Handbook of English for Academic Purposes, 165-176, 2016
232016
Students' perceptions of corrective feedback
E Kagimoto, MPH Rodgers
JALT2007 Conference Proceedings, 868-879, 2008
18*2008
The Effect of Auditory Input on Multimodal Reading Comprehension: An Examination of Adult Readers’ Eye Movements
A Pellicer–Sánchez, K Conklin, MPH Rodgers, F Parente
The Modern Language Journal 105 (4), 936-956, 2021
132021
Levelling up comprehensible input and vocabulary learning: : The lexical profile of videogames
MPH Rodgers, J Heidt
Pop Culture in Language Education: Theory, Research, Practice, 215-227, 2020
112020
Extensive Viewing: Extra-curricular Language Learning Outside the Classroom Walls
MPH Rodgers
The TESOL Encyclopedia of English Language Teaching: Current Trends and …, 2018
62018
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