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Panel—Improve Foreign Language Speaking Proficiency in Immersive Environment

Nanxi Meng, Qing Li, Laetitia Knight, Aleshia Hayes
2020 2020 6th International Conference of the Immersive Learning Research Network (iLRN)  
In this panel, it is projected to present the possibility of applying VR language learning tools for students to practice speaking in a low-anxiety immersive environment for multiple languages: English  ...  With four panelists, the possible tools, their affordance, appropriate instructional design, and activities suitable for VR delivery in the foreign language classroom will be discussed.  ...  also the theoretical rationale of why these tools are suitable for language educators and learners  ... 
doi:10.23919/ilrn47897.2020.9155192 dblp:conf/ilrn/MengLKH20 fatcat:vmlephpusrbzpo2pif3ddnqv6m

Preliminary investigations for the development of a virtual reality-based English-language communication program: Using the Delphi method

Jihyo Kim, Seong Man Park, Meeran Joo, Jongtae Park, Young-Lim Lee, Jong-Hwa Jang, Walcir Cardoso, Anand Nayyar
2022 PLoS ONE  
The participants, who consisted of a panel of experts and professors who majored in English language and multimedia education, completed three Delphi surveys based on Context, Input, Process, and Product  ...  The purpose of this study was to gather opinions from experts via the Delphi method to inform the future development of a virtual reality based English language communication program for university level  ...  Therefore, there is a need for existing VR-based English-language educational programs to become more learner based.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0264850 pmid:35290399 pmcid:PMC8923470 fatcat:fvw3th4zqbdrnclk5z7povbgiq

Virtual Reality in TEFL Context, Instructors' Perspectives in a Saudi University

Mohammad Ali Al-Gamdi
2019 English Language and Literature Studies  
The Findings of the study indicate that strength points of using virtual reality to teach English are VR is exciting, authentic, and more interactive learning style for English language learners as compared  ...  The results indicate that there is only one main threat of using VR to teach the English language in the Saudi context, namely that VR could be a distraction for some students.  ...  like VR for TEFL in higher education.  ... 
doi:10.5539/ells.v9n2p25 fatcat:2lmvipdkgbba5ikrjjmmtodk4m

Virtual Reality as a Learning Environment in Iranian EFL Context: Personal, Technical, and Pedagogical

Ali Rahimi, Niloofar Seyed Golshan, Hooman Mohebi
2014 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
VR would make our job much easier.VR could be an ideal tool for assigning homework. VR would be the homework which is not demanding and not boring; hence the learners would do it.  ...  -To what extend do Iranian EFL teacher, personally, tend to apply VR and integrate their English teaching with VR?  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2014.05.320 fatcat:sd3bn4c7nvabjmlmasvdojn5se

The educational role of language in experiences with virtual reality

Slađana Marić, University of Novi Sad
2019 Educational Role of Language Journal  
Story 2 -English language teacher (Ukraine) using VR in personal learning through virtual worlds for 2 -3 years. Experienced VR as part of the self-initiated learning (not for teaching).  ...  Language is not seen as an obstacle in the personal VR learning experience. The participant used VR to run a language course.  ...  Changes" (III47020) funded by the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia".  ... 
doi:10.36534/erlj.2019.01.05 fatcat:7djv3qqolvd2xm5npue523nxem

360-Degree Videos, VR Experiences and the Application of Education 4.0 Technologies in Malaysia for Exposure and Immersion

Airil Haimi Mohd Adnan, Mohamad Syafiq Ya Shak, Rafidah Abd Karim, Mohd Haniff Mohd Tahir, Dianna Suzieanna M Shah
2020 Advances in Science, Technology and Engineering Systems  
Both technologies allow for learner-driven learning to happen in the truest sense, for instance for second and foreign language learners.  ...  This research paper examines data collected from 560 undergraduates (n = 560) who were immersed and exposed to 360-degree videos and VR experiences for degree level courses on English (as a second language  ...  he had developed for the teaching and learning of second and third (foreign) language courses (at their respective university campuses in Peninsular Malaysia).  ... 
doi:10.25046/aj050148 fatcat:4eb7kp3lrrfypm2lutw2amczpy

Virtual Reality Applications and Language Learning

Panagiotis Panagiotidis
2021 International Journal for Cross-Disciplinary Subjects in Education  
This paper aims to present the current developments in the field of utilization of VR technology in language education and to explore its future perspectives.  ...  Taking into account that the cost of equipment decreases, new opportunities for exploiting this technology in language education are appearing, and immersive technologies are becoming increasingly attractive  ...  Chen et al [8] , used Google Earth VR to develop writing skills of young learners in English.  ... 
doi:10.20533/ijcdse.2042.6364.2021.0543 fatcat:3bnsu2tbsvan7oi2xqsgroijgm

The unexplored potential of virtual reality for cultural learning

Margherita Berti
2021 The EUROCALL Review  
In the domain of Computer-Assisted Language Learning a variety of tools, for instance blogs and podcasts, have been used to promote language and cultural learning (Shih, 2015).  ...  <p>Educational technology tools that improve learning and foster engagement are constantly sought by teachers and researchers.  ...  , 2019) examining language learners' perception of VR for educational purposes as well as the potential impact that highly immersive VR may have on language education.  ... 
doi:10.4995/eurocall.2021.12809 fatcat:flmra3e3wvfsnb5d2h3u4jxtuq

Realia Education in Language Learning

2021 International journal of English learning and teaching skills  
Language is the primary tool of communication.  ...  Learning and understanding languages is of utmost importance in this fast-paced world, be it for professional communications or for casual conversations, where cultures and languages are no more bounded  ...  Language is an important and sensitive tool in practical life. It forms the medium of communication for everything.  ... 
doi:10.15864/ijelts.3406 fatcat:fqeyuddcxjewpcqg4tgpq5s5ga

Virtual Reality-Integrated Immersion-Based Teaching to English Language Learning Outcome

Yu Xie, Yang Liu, Fengrui Zhang, Ping Zhou
2022 Frontiers in Psychology  
As a global language with the largest population, English, and especially its learning effect, have always been the major concerns of scholars and educators.  ...  This work innovatively studies the combination of immersion-based English teaching with virtual reality (VR) technology.  ...  Language proficiency level (LPL) is not just the symbol of personal identity and status, but also has become an important educational issue.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2021.767363 pmid:35211053 pmcid:PMC8862736 fatcat:znv4whd47vg5xanb5o47gdtqby

The Influence of Learners' Cognitive Style and Testing Environment Supported by Virtual Reality on English-Speaking Learning Achievement

Jia-Ye Cai, Ruo-Fan Wang, Cui-Yu Wang, Xin-Dong Ye, Xiao-Zhi Lee
2021 Sustainability  
Although VR technology can provide an ideal learning and application environment for learners' language skill acquisition, the learning performance of different types of learners in virtual environments  ...  Therefore, we developed a VR English speaking training and testing system to understand the influence of cognitive style and test environment on the learners' learning effect.  ...  By using interactive VR tools to support Chinese learners' language learning, scholars found that the virtual environment not only provided real situations for learners, but also stimulated learners' interest  ... 
doi:10.3390/su132111751 fatcat:3vl2ohq6yngwdgacsfanb2gnvu

Technological and Pedagogical Considerations in Supporting Electronic Self-Access Language Learning (e-SALL): In-Person Learning Practice in the Time of Crisis

Ismail Anas, Farida Amansyah, Andi Musdariah, Irmawati
2020 Studies in Self-Access Learning Journal  
Therefore, there is a need for an electronic Self-Access Language Learning (e-SALL) innovation to address the newly emerging issues in the field.  ...  a lens of technology and the pedagogy of learner autonomy.  ...  Andi Musdariah is a doctoral candidate at the State University of Makassar and currently undertaking research in the area of blended/hybrid learning and LMS for language learning.  ... 
doi:10.37237/110303 fatcat:wsdo54amwjcqxe3kljd57wxcku

USING VIRTUAL REALITY DEVICE AS AN INNOVATIVE STRATEGY TO TEACH VOCABULARY FOR TOURISM STUDENTS

I Nengah Laba, I Gede Astawa, I Wayan Sonder
2020 Jurnal Kajian dan Terapan Pariwisata  
Virtual reality device is a tool that can show an interactive media in 3D images and sounds combined with the virtual real-world. The data was collected through journal articles or library research.  ...  It implies the use of virtual device in the classroom will helpful for teacher and students  ...  For all three streams, English is compulsory and allotted at least four class hours per week. For the Language Stream, the time allotment for English is 11 hours per week.  ... 
doi:10.53356/diparojs.v1i1.22 fatcat:lt6gnrdls5c6bgmob2wqg24ez4

Digital Language Learning (DLL): Insights from Behavior, Cognition, and the Brain

Ping Li, Yu-Ju Lan
2021 Bilingualism: Language and Cognition  
Theoretically, DLL provides a forum for understanding differences between child language and adult L2 learning, and the effects of learning context and learner characteristics.  ...  Practically, findings from learner behaviors, cognitive and affective processing, and brain correlates can inform DLL-based language pedagogies.  ...  The authors wish to express gratitude to Chan-yuan Gu, Zhexiao Guo, Jennifer Legault, Yingying Peng, Jing Wang, Jiayan Zhao and other members in the Brain, Language, and Computation Lab for their assistance  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1366728921000353 fatcat:vdvqxi523ngv5c24jpm47xg2oy

Book Review: Mobile Technologies and Augmented Reality in Open Education

Nil GOKSEL
2018 Journal of Educational Technology and Online Learning  
2.0 tools used for foreign language teaching and learning, Artificial Intelligence and Intelligent Personal Assistants (IPAs).  ...  Therefore, it could also be regarded as a vivid educational tool that might take learners' attention.  ... 
doi:10.31681/jetol.417889 fatcat:duhnttu2pbbwlb2io27tfakwym
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