ICT as a Learning Tool for English Language and for Social Change

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Dr. Md Tabish Iqbal


By the arrival of computers and internet technology, computer based teachings& curriculum has been extensively used in language classroom for last few years. This technology has drastically altered the way people used to collect information, conduct research, assessment &connect with people worldwide. Technology can play a very important role in backup and improving language learning, the efficacy of any technological tool rest on the knowledge and expertise of the skilled language teacher who copes up and expedites the language learning thing. Technology always continues to grow in importance as a tool to help teachers to enable language learning and its learners. This study centres on the learner as a social organism and probes the prospective of English language learning as a social and political act for the purpose of social revolution with the help of technological riggings. Main research question aims on two major query: Do we need technology in language classrooms for language learning? What is English language learning from the viewpoint of the learner who is encouraged by tracking social revolution and change? This paper discusses different approaches which supports English language learners to escalate their learning swotted earlier studies on using technology in developing language learning skills, and specified certain recommendations for the improved use of these technologies, which assist learners in improving their learning skills. Distance learning programs also enables language instructors to develop language-learning prospects among all learners, regardless of where they live, the human and material resources available to them, or their language background and needs. The literature analysis indicates that the effective use of new technologies upgraded learners in language learning skills and helped for social change. 


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Dr. Md Tabish Iqbal. “ICT As a Learning Tool for English Language and for Social Change”. The Creative Launcher, vol. 5, no. 3, Aug. 2020, pp. 136-47, doi:10.53032/tcl.2020.5.3.19.


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