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Title: 21st Century Language Learning and Teaching: An implication of ICT-oriented language education
Paper URL: http://164.115.22.25/ojs222/index.php/tuj/issue/view/35/showToc
Author: Monthon Kanokpermpoon
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Institution: Thammasat University
Linguistic Field: Applied Linguistics
Subject Language: None
Abstract: This paper aims to investigate and implement various uses of technologies in language education in the 21st century. Research explored in this paper show that there are a wide variety of technology to choose from, either offline or online media. Teachers and students who are digital immigrants can benefit from integrating technology in their learning and teaching. If only these teachers and students understood the importance of and practiced Network-based language teaching and e-learning skills.
Type: Individual Paper
Status: Completed
Publication Info: Kanokpermpoon, M. (2012). 21st century language learning and teaching: Implementation of ICT-oriented language education. Thammasat University Journal, 31(1), 26-54.
URL: http://164.115.22.25/ojs222/index.php/tuj/issue/view/35/showToc


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