How Technology Affects Language Learning and Teaching

How Technology Affects Language Learning and Teaching

Author/s

Ali Mahmod Mkdadi

Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, Sheffield Hallam University, South Yorkshire, UK

Abstract

This article surveys the writing on technology in language and unknown dialect learning. Given the solid enthusiasm for innovation use for language learning, it is imperative to take a gander at how innovation has been utilized in the field up to this point. The objectives of this examination are twofold: to see how technology have been utilized to help unknown dialect learning and furthermore to investigate any proof with respect to how innovation can upgrade securing of language aptitudes. This article talks about the discoveries under the accompanying classes: possibilities of innovation and its utilization in explicit territories, programming apparatuses utilized in certain language ability regions, programming structure contemplation, automated language testing, and research discoveries from concentrates utilizing quantitative as well as subjective strategies. At last, issues imperative for future research are additionally talked about.

Keywords

foreign language learning, second language learning, technology-enhanced language learning

To cite this article

Mkdadi, A. M. (2019). How Technology Affects Language Learning and Teaching, International Journal of Management, and Social Sciences Review (IJMSSR). Vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 1-7. Doi:10.31219/osf.io/m3jx6

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