Yağcioğlu, Özlem
September 2008
Ekev Academic Review;Fall2008, Vol. 12 Issue 37, p385
Academic Journal
Many new methods have currently been used in foreign language teaching. One of these methods is computer assisted language learning. Many schools have been trying to give new and permanent knowledge with their computer labs and they try to develop their students' listening, speaking, reading, test solving and communication skills and university teachers or lecturers try to develop their students' language skills with some web-sites in the schools which have no computer labs. This kind of usage has advantages for students in terms of pedagogy. This paper is about the web-sites which we can use while teaching English and their advantages and the feedback which will be received from the listeners will be considered. It is thought that colleagues who teach English will use this paper and it hoped that this paper will make contribution to language teaching.


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