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|Title:||The Effects of Modern Technologies on the Acquisition of EFL Vocabulary|
|Other Titles:||A case study on B.A. degree students at the level of the university|
BOUHANIA, bachir / Supervised
|Keywords:||Linguistics and Didactics|
MALL (Mobile-Assisted Language Learning)
CALL (Computer-Assisted Language Learning)
اكتساب اللغة – تعلم اللغة - لغة ثانية - لغة اجنبية - تعلم اللغة بإعانة الهاتف - تعلم اللغة بإعانة الحاسوب.
|Publisher:||University Ahmed DRAIA of Adrar|
|Abstract:||Modern technologies have taken over our daily lives to the extent that only a few can resist living without them. Many students count on them in their studies. On the other hand, many others receive indirect assistance from these technologies. This work takes a linguistic view of this phenomenon, and it studies its direct and indirect effects on the acquisition of EFL (English as a Foreign Language) vocabulary. This work conducts a quantitative analysis on 59 BA degree students of English at the level of the University of Ahmed Draia, Adrar. The work tries to take a decent sample of students in order to have our research questions answered. It aims to optimize learning from the mentioned platforms because they are so much accessible to almost everyone. This process can be done by turning English from FLL (Foreign Language Learning) into FLA (Foreign Language Acquisition) It also aims to encourage utilizing these modern technologies in a positive way.|
|Description:||Degree in Linguistics and Didactics|
|Appears in Collections:||Mémoire de Master|
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