This book engulfs the latest developments including the new vistas like CALL (Computer Assisted Language Learning) and MALL (Mobile Assisted Language Learning) in ELT horizons. It encompasses global pedagogical domains and their usual incompatibility to yield desired learning outcomes explicitly suggesting ways to bridge the gap between the two. The book presents situations in language teaching and provides solutions to various issues.
Soada Idris Khan
Soada Idris Khan, an Assistant Professor, has interest in Applied Linguistics and Indian Writing in English. She has earned PhD (ELT) from AMU, Aligarh, India. After the breakout success of her first book, Effectiveness of Reading Recall: A Comparative Study, it is her second book on language teaching.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
ELT issues, reflection, Practices, Computer assisted language learning, Language Learning, Language, mobile assisted language learning, language teaching
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