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Effective Technology use to improve lang. learning in adults

 
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 24, 2009 6:26 pm    Post subject: Effective Technology use to improve lang. learning in adults Reply with quote

Hi,

I have some experience teaching adult esl/efl students. When I was teaching at an English Institute in my previous job, technology was not used much by that Institute. Therefore, I used to teach using books and other materials which the school provided and allowed.

I would like to get some ideas/feedback on the various forms/types of technology and the ways that they can be used by all adult esl/efl students to improve their language learning. Also, I would like some feedback on whether these forms/types of technology are effective or helpful to show any measure of improvement in the learning of all adult esl students?

What are your ideas/views/suggestions/opinions/experiences on this?

Thanks.
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