Instructional Techniques Affecting EFL Learners' Personal Traits - In Computer-assisted Versus Conventional Contexts
od Zarei, Abbas Ali
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Computer-assisted Language Learning (CALL) has revolutionized language learning in undeniable ways. The changes brought to the learning process, however, have not always been positive. CALL may have facilitated many aspects of language learning, but it has also deprived many learners of face-to-face, physically situated learning experience. This may have consequences for learning, especially through the effect it may exert on learners' attitudes, motivation, anxiety and other psychological traits. Blended learning may be claimed to enjoy the best of both worlds by combining the strengths of computer-assisted and conventional learning. This book compares the effects of computer-assisted, conventional and blended learning on language learners' attitude, motivation, self-regulation, autonomy, reading anxiety, self-esteem, and critical thinking. It offers a comprehensive literature review as well as an empiral analysis of the above-mentioned issues.
Zarei, Abbas Ali
Dr. Abbas Ali Zarei, an associate professor in TEFL, is a faculty member at Imam Khomeini International University in Qazvin, Iran. He has had 46 books and 78 papers published. He has also attended and presented at 49 national and international conferences across the world. Venus Abdi is an experienced teacher who teaches at various institutes.
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