ICT TRENDS IN ELT By Dr.S.Ammani, Dr.M.Anita Dr. Devi Datta Das and Mrs. G.L. Sirisha


Students’ enthusiasm to learn and their capacity for originality and critical analysis have been shown to rise dramatically when teachers make extensive use of information and communication technologies (ICT) in the classroom. Because of the expanded variety of learning environments and possibilities and the improved accessibility of course content to practically all students, the use of technology in language learning may result in higher participation and enthusiasm from students (Pennington, 1996). By the incorporation of ICT into the curriculum, students have access to a plethora of online resources, including interactive video, the Internet, email, and the World Wide Web. Information and communication technologies (ICTs) may aid students in learning English, connecting with native speakers, and gaining exposure to other cultures and contemporary ways of life in countries where English is spoken as a first or second language. It is often believed that using technology in the classroom would pique the interest of and motivate ELT students to study more.

Keywords: ICT, English language teaching, Blended learning, Utility and efficiency.

[1] ,2,3,4 Assistant Professor of English, BVRIT HYDERABAD College of Engineering for Women, Bachupalli, Hyderabad.

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