Using Technology in Second Languages Study
نویسنده: Fatemi Jahromi، ablghasem؛
پاييز و زمستان 1383 - شماره 43 و 44 علمی-پژوهشی/ISC (8 صفحه - از 21 تا 28)
کلید واژه های ماشینی : Computer Assisted Language Learning، Technology Enhanced Language Learning، Using Technology Second Languages Study، Language Learning World Wide Web، Technology Use Second Language Learning، World Wide Web، Second Language، Computer، Language Learning، In Multimedia Language Learning
It is difficult to avoid technology in second language study these days. The combination of the text with video, the Web and CD-ROM is beneficial to language learning. As long as the aim of language is communication, any technological tool is worth consideration and investigation. Multimedia and the internet have the potential to make an enormous impact on language study. The internet can break down the walls of the classroom and give access not only to diverse sources of information, but to opportunities for genuine communication. For the moment, technology presents great challenges. As second language educators, we are challenged to explore, exploit and evaluate elements of technology that support and improve language teaching and learning. At the same time, it is important to monitor and research the effectiveness of technology and second language study. In this paper new information and communication technology have been touched upon and the main aim is the appropriate use of the devices for language study in the new era.
خلاصه ماشینی: "Higher literacy needs and global communication technologies such as the internet require students world-wide to develop academic level mastery of international languages such as English in order to compete globally in academic professions. Recently, preliminary studies using technology have shown low student-initiated interactive second language communication may be used to supplement more traditional approaches, and in particular, the effectiveness of university level immersion ESL courses where students learn academic course content through ESL. In addition, extensive formative and summative interviews of the students use and attitude towards reading and discussing course content on the electronic bulletin boards for second language acquisition yielded positive results of how technology bulletin board facilitated SLA. More specifically, there are important technological platforms that provide tools to assist language learning, in order of increasing interactivity: video, the Web, CD-ROM applications, and network-based complication (i. Video When teaching English as a second language (ESL) video can be used in a variety of instructional settings - in classrooms, in distance-learning sites where information is broadcast from a central point to learners who interact with a facilitator via video or computer, and in self-study situations. Teachers are beginning to use Web pages, both original and adapted as the students'''' primary-source materials, especially in content-based language courses. (Warschauer1996) Increased linguistic diversity extended listening practice, global interaction with other learners and native speakers through email and chat: there are some of the advantages offered through online learning environments and computer-mediated communication. Authentic language/content-based learning are facilitated, stimulated and simulated through technology use."
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