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L2 Teachers' Perception Towards the Use of Computers in L2 Language Instruction
The way people communicate with others, conduct research, and gather information has changed due to the dramatic changes in computer technology. Computers have become prevalent everywhere and their presence in schools has ...
Teachers' Views of Call Implementation in Ras Al Khaimah English Language Classes: Obstacles and Opportunities
Technology integration can be considered as an extremely useful practice in teaching English; therefore, this research investigated teachers' views about obstacles with implementation of technology in English language ...
A Thesis in the Use of Computer Assisted Language Learning in a Whole Language Contest
How can technology be used to enhance the delivery of whole language and motivate students? The hybrid use of whole-language teaching and technology is considered in the context of a first-year English writing programme ...
Implicit Vocabulary Acquisition in Project-Based Learning with iPad Technology
This study aims to investigate the pedagogical impact of extensive reading and listening in project-based learning on the implicit acquisition of vocabulary. The study involved twenty-seven female ESL student participants ...
The Impact of CALL on the Learning and Teaching of ESL Writing: A Study of Students' and Teachers' Attitudes
Computers and computer technologies are gradually becoming ubiquitous tools in some English second language writing classrooms. The aim of this study was to examine the perceptions and attitudes of secondary- and ...