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23. Analysis of Variance of Change in General Inquiries by Group ..........................................111
24. Correlations Between Composition Quantity, Quality, and Atajo Usage.............................113
25. Student Opinions of Technology-Enhanced Language Learning .........................................115
26. M ean Scores on Core Assessment Questionnaire.................................................................118
27. Experimental Group Mean Scores on Core Assessment Questionnaire and
Technology-M odified Questionnaire..................................................................119

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