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Borova Tetyana (Charkowski Uniwersytet Narodowy im. Wasyla Karazina)
Using M-Technology to Enhance English Language Learning
Scientific Publications / University of Economics in Katowice. Economics and Business Communication Challenges : International Week, 2014, s. 37-46, rys., bibliogr. 10 poz.
Multimedia, Szkolnictwo wyższe, Technologie internetowe, Komputerowe wspomaganie dydaktyki, Nauczanie języków obcych
Multimedia, Higher education, Internet technologies, Information technology in teaching, Foreign language teaching
The article deals with an update approach to using multimedia technology in teaching English for Specific Purposes. The m-learning principles and techniques to teach English for Specific Purposes are distinguished and defined. The designed tasks in the PowerPoint and the Panaboard book are shown. Advantages and disadvantages of their use are discussed. The outcomes of m- learning techniques application in teaching English to non-linguistic major higher school students are described. Ways of implementing these tasks that will help clarify the appropriate use of multimedia by English teachers are suggested. The impact of m-learning on the paradigm and content shift in education is determined. (original abstract)
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