Hybrid classes: orientation of technology in present ESL classes in primary level.
Department of English and Humanities, BRAC University
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In the modern time, technology is taking over all sectors. The life of human beings are too much dependent on modern technology that thinking of doing something without the help of technology is impossible to think. This paper attempts to find out the assistance of technology in present educational sectors, especially for young learners. To show how blended process of using technology in the classroom can be incorporated in teaching learning process as the most outcome-oriented and effective is the sole purpose of this paper. Regarding this issue, a survey has been done by selecting 100 students of high beginners proficiency level and 20 teachers from four different schools. The findings from the survey were analyzed using the mixed method comprising both quantitative and qualitative research. All the data from the survey conveyed that use of technology is really the most effective tool for getting a proper outcome with successful language learning. Most of the teachers and students had agreed with all the statements that were in favour of using technology. Rather following a single method, blended or Hybrid classroom has the potential to make students more motivated towards their learning. This study is important for all educationalist along with students to get the proper idea of the effectiveness of Hybrid classrooms in lower intermediate student level. Besides this paper also suggested some recommendations for the teacher to acknowledge own-self with the language of modern technology. Few drawbacks are found during conducting the survey, which are discussed in the tangible points.
DescriptionThis thesis is submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts in English, 2017.
DepartmentDepartment of English and Humanities, BRAC University
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