THE IMPACT OF USING SMARTPHONES IN THE ENGLISH LEARNING PROCESS FOR BEGINNERS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM.
Cardiff Metropolitan University
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A technological revolution has been witnessed in the past two decades. This has also impacted on the way people communicate and interact in work, study and within their societies. During language learning and teaching, many options can be considered from the world of technology to help in teaching and learning a new language, such as radio, CD ROM, TV, computers, C.A.L.L, electronic dictionaries, email, blogs, smartphones, cassettes, videos, DVDs, and VCDs. The significant growth of information technology has offered a better means for exploring new teaching techniques and models. As a result, technology can affect the English learning process for beginner learners. Creating multimedia to enhance and develop context for learners has its own advantages and disadvantages. This research analyses the use of smartphones during classes and examines how their use might improve the learning process.
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