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Title: Learner attitude toward call and level of achievement in basic language skills
Authors: Bulut, Dogan
AbuSeileek, Ali Farhan Munify
Keywords: Call
Attitude
Achievement
Basic language skills
تاريخ النشر: 2009
Abstract: It is a fact that the use of computers has been a revolution in the history of human life in all aspects, and language learning could not be exempted from this. Thus, many institutions around the world have integrated computer-assisted language learning (CALL) into their curricula, and have been trying to constantly utilize and evaluate the contribution of such an attempt to their teaching. This paper aims to present the results of research conducted for these two aspects of CALL, and investigates the relationship between students’ attitude toward CALL and their achievement in the language skills of Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing. A five-point Likert scale attitude questionnaire and achievement tests for separate language skills were used to collect data from the students who participated in this research. The findings of the study revealed that students who participated in this study had a positive attitude toward CALL in general and also using CALL for these four language skills. Even though no significant difference was obtained among specific language skills, CALL seems to be favored more for Listening and Writing skills. Also, the results of the study did not yield any significant relationship between student attitude toward CALL for language skills and their achievement.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/7958
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