Traditional Language Teaching Versus ICT Oriented Classroom

Maja Veljković Michos, Katarina Nasradin, Valentina Bošković Marković
2019 Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference - Sinteza 2019   unpublished
The 21st century classroom is, with the necessary infrastructure, an environment much more developed than the traditional classroom. Since the purpose of a language is communication between people, both written and oral, the Internet has become an extraordinary resource for teaching and learning a foreign language. The Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) make it possible to accelerate the teaching and learning process, as they help students learn from a distance. In other words,
more » ... In other words, they are an effective, fast and cheap way to acquire a new language, which is why it is gaining more or more attention. Nevertheless, traditional classroom still exists and functions with very effective results. The research conducted for the purpose of this paper shows how students perceive and evaluate both traditional and ICT supported learning of a foreign language in higher education environment, with the aim of discovering which of the two approaches students find more suitable for learning a foreign language.
doi:10.15308/sinteza-2019-627-632 fatcat:je6le365azc7hb6vbswymxmtca