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COMMUNICATIVE SYSTEM-ACTIVITY APPROACH TO TEACHING ENGLISH

Hamidova Madinabonu Abduboriyevna
2022 Zenodo  
This article is devoted to a review of the so-called communicative methodology of teaching English in secondary school, which seems to the author to be the most effective and promising of all existing  ...  and currently used ones.  ...  For educational purposes, the options for general activity are differentiated, provided that it is related to learning: real (educational), actual (extracurricular) and potential (future).  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6034579 fatcat:4obs7v75zjb5dksgy6ykxcehxi

Encouraging ESL learners to speak english in large classes towards the combining arrangement activities

2018 Journal of Advances in Humanities and Social Sciences  
class in English, learn new vocabularies and expressions, promote competitiveness and teamwork, and reduce the learners' stress with fun and low-pressure environment.  ...  According to the research results, there was 21% increase in the number of students who often participated in English speaking activities while there was 26% decrease in the number of students who only  ...  or languages of the home is other than English and would require additional English language support to develop reading, writing, listening and speaking skills".  ... 
doi:10.20474/jahss-4.3.3 fatcat:xtt4wimferbvfewdruyxkltj6m

QR Code and Augmented Reality-Supported Mobile English Learning System [chapter]

Tsung-Yu Liu, Tan-Hsu Tan, Yu-Ling Chu
2010 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In the proposed English learning system, the linked information between context-aware materials and learning zones is defined in the QR codes.  ...  This work presents a novel QR code and handheld augmented reality (AR) supported mobile learning (m-learning) system: the handheld English language learning organization (HELLO).  ...  Features of contextual data retrieval, active engagement in learning, and enhanced learning outcomes that are characteristic of context-aware systems have been extensively adopted in various learning activities  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-12349-8_3 fatcat:xn32u2m2m5gdbnyqyjaryahrlm

Design principles of m-learning for ESL

Sungho Kwon, Jeong Eun Lee
2010 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
We extracted four design principles: (i) to apply learning activities of English teaching and learning process to contents structure, (ii) to support of contextual learning or situated learning, (iii)  ...  to considering mobile display characteristics for design graphic interface and (iv) to design content layout with multi-device.  ...  It creates a lot of possibilities that are not achievable when using conventional langue teaching software's on regular PCs, such as language learning through real-life situations and system access independent  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2010.03.1003 fatcat:fyi2o5nombaxfaub3637av7nsq

Language learning

1998 Language Teaching  
Language Learning (Cambridge, MA), 47, 3 (1997), 467-505. (IALS, Edinburgh U.). Life in the slow lane: observations of a limited L2 listener. System (Oxford), 25, 3 (1997), 385-98.  ...  Use of an expert system to predict language learning success. System (Oxford), 25, 3 (1997) , 317-34.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0261444800012994 fatcat:zo5tise37zg5njcjsaytqgt2dy

Language learning

2003 Language Teaching  
might be useful to those involved in creating ESP materials for students of architecture whose first language is not English.  ...  How to talk shop through metaphor: bringing metaphor research to the ESP classroom. English for Specific Purposes (Amsterdam, The Netherlands), 22, 2 (2003), 177-194.  ...  of the examination system, and raising people's awareness of new challenges in education and life.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0261444804222005 fatcat:fly2jsnpfra23crfx5heqdrcbm

INTEGRATING VOA LEARNING ENGLISH INTO AN ENGLISH LISTENING CLASSROOM

Hasti Rahmaningtyas, Salma Al Mardhiyyah
2021 Bahasa dan Seni: Jurnal Bahasa, Sastra, Seni, dan Pengajarannya  
Jiang (2018) stated that VOA Learning English facilitated students' English learning in context, contributing to authenticity in real-life English use.  ...  One student suggested, "3D visualization should be added to provide real-life contexts".  ... 
doi:10.17977/um015v48i22020p091 fatcat:3vb4flyzmrc7vjmoksdfs7kpxy

Language learning

2007 Language Teaching  
, Language learning strategy use of ESL students in an intensive English learning context.  ...  to learn in foreign contexts.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0261444807224280 fatcat:igz24bnowbf5jjeiblk6aup3fu

PROJECT-BASED LEARNING IN ENGLISH FOR MEDICINE

Zorica Antić, Dragana Spasić
2012 Acta Medica Medianae  
Using real-life problems to motivate students, challenging them to think deeply about meaningful content, and enabling them to work collaboratively are practices that yield benefits for all students and  ...  Project-based learning facilitates hands-on learning in student-driven investigations, resulting in high-quality, challenging activities.  ...  Features and Phases of PBL Instruction PBL functions as a bridge between using English in class and using English in real life situations outside the class (6) .  ... 
doaj:753a2455c08645a3b4a7074d6c8f69fd fatcat:pl3iot5l4ndadlns2t3rwlklg4

English Research Learning and Functional Research Based on Constructivism Theory and Few-Shot Learning

Chengyun Li, Xin Ning
2022 Computational Intelligence and Neuroscience  
UCSR-EW (user context-aware semantic-aware recommendation for English words) algorithm is used to generate English word recommendation, and the English word records are represented by the semantic model  ...  Then, the acceptance of English words is measured according to the learning stage and English word records, and then, the similar users are matched, and finally, the intelligent recommendation of English  ...  by calculating the normalized Euclidean distance between feature vector f u and feature vector f v . e age and geographical location of the user are used as context information, and the learning stage  ... 
doi:10.1155/2022/3698802 pmid:35140769 pmcid:PMC8820857 fatcat:aou57ya5ezf45ec6djdedvj344

Language learning

2005 Language Teaching  
After in introductory section on definitions and explanations of learning strategies, the review goes on to present three different models for reading comprehension strategy instruction: Reciprocal Teaching  ...  Approach, Transactional Strategy Instruction, and the Cognitive Academic Language Learning Approach.  ...  The author highlights nine discourse features in seven featured dialogues published in coursebooks between 1981 and 1997. These are matched with the same number of 'real world' equivalents.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0261444805222632 fatcat:73nt2adkrffvfl64dmytz6s2zi

Language learning

2002 Language Teaching  
Modern information technology, especially email, provides an ideal tool to engage learners in genuine written activities.  ...  friends; because they are not being evaluated they are more interested in conveying meaning and becoming good communicators in the target language.  ...  It is suggested that, in the traditional language classroom, learners are encouraged to do things and practise sentences that are both artificial and hardly used in real life.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0261444801221739 fatcat:q5b4ixhfavdgfpteczdw4lfaau

Language learning

2004 Language Teaching  
real life situations.  ...  The students' reaction to communicative oriented teaching confirmed this insight, with the LD group reluctant to engage in classroom speaking tasks and collaborative learning activities.  ...  The author suggests that, in explaining the phrase, teachers need to focus less on its conceptual meaning and more on the common features of its lexico syntactical context.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0261444804222224 fatcat:qsp3jvonk5aelj4vlcupvwccle

Language learning

2005 Language Teaching  
An examination of attitude change towards the use of Japanese in a University English '  ...  The data are said to confirm that salient features of fluency associated with rate, quantity, and smoothness of speech are differentially acquired by students in one learning context as compared to another  ...  Students thought about the drama activities in relation to their everyday life and realized how effective these were in improving their English.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0261444805222395 fatcat:bn5qebz54be57jhkijyit4ulmy

Language learning

2003 Language Teaching  
texts are constructed and how they can be deconstructed; they improve their English in a new context through speaking, writing, reading, and listening; they gain confidence in speaking in front of an  ...  With regard to methodology, there are sections on learning activities, vocabulary work, listening and speaking, dramatisation, project work and computer-mediated communication.  ...  This article argues for the need to bring together research into learning contexts and research into learning processes in order to serve the interests and purposes of foreign language learning and teaching  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0261444803221959 fatcat:pswdixop2fbsxmkapgqhsliijy
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