Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL): Using Internet for Effective Language Learning

Anelly Kremenska

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    This paper presents the design, testing and student evaluation of an experimental English Language course introducing the use of the Internet for instruction, as a source, and as medium. In order to ascertain efficiency and facilitate autonomy in increasing a dynamic vocabulary, different types of Internefacilitated learning tasks were developed and implemented in the course design for students of Informatics at Sofia University, Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics. The tasks incorporated in the course include: choosing and critically evaluating Webbased texts, summarizing articles or writing a review of an Internet site, preparing a glossary using Internet sources. Guidance and monitoring on this process are provided to ensure the quality of the chosen sources. Course evaluation survey 1 was conducted in order to ensure course efficiency and to elicit suggestions for further improvement of the course design.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 10 Oct 2006


    • CALL
    • Language learning


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