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Technologies in Use for Second Language Learning
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Modern Language Journal Volume 93, ISSN 0026-7902

Abstract

This article describes the technologies in use for second language learning, in relation to the major language areas and skills. In order, these are grammar, vocabulary, reading, writing, pronunciation, listening, speaking, and culture. With each language area or skill, the relevant technologies are discussed with examples that illustrate how practitioners have employed the technological tool to help assist the language learner. In each case, the examples are chosen to highlight current points of focus and priorities, to give an indication of successful applications, and, in some cases, to draw attention to areas in which further work is required before a viable application is achieved.

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Levy, M. (2009). Technologies in Use for Second Language Learning. Modern Language Journal, 93,. Retrieved April 21, 2019 from .

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