With these findings, the author recommends that an integrative approach to listening, that includes the use of specific listening strategies, be implemented with the incorporation of audiovisual technology materials in order to give students an idea of specific listening contexts.
This study aimed at investigating the effectiveness of internet in learning English through testing TEFL courses outcomes. Durham, UK: Education Endowment Foundation and Durham University. Honna, N. English as a multicultural language in Asia and intercultural literacy. Critical review of TEFL as an effective method of teaching English in a multi-cultural environment.
The questionnaire and interview contained four main sections (advantages of using the internet, disadvantages of using the internet, most effective internet-related tools that are used in TEFL courses and the recommendations that can be followed to enhance the quality of the internet in TEFL courses).
The results revealed that using internet has a positive impact on the effectiveness of learning English and TEFL courses, it also showed that the speed, availability, affordability, easiness and other factors are some of the advantages of the internet. The use of the Internet in ESL learning: problems, advantages and disadvantages.
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