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Advances in Language and Literary Studies, v7 n2 p125-135 Jun 2016

Teaching of English in Saudi Arabia (KSA) is on top priority these days. Linguists, researchers, pedagogues and teachers have different perceptions and views regarding the approaches/methods/techniques of teaching of English in EFL/ESL classrooms. In today's modern learning scenario, it is believed that appropriate utilization of sophisticated tools of e-learning has generally been recommended in order to yield best possible results in a given situation. It is found that many students are found indifferent towards learning the target language (English). Different reasons are attributed to this situation. However, in order to overcome learning difficulties and motivate the concerned learners it is suggested that the students should be well involved in the teaching/learning activities. Online resources in particular can catch the attention of even a passive learner. While ascertaining the effectiveness of e-learning in general, the following aspects were also taken into account: relevance of e-learning, utilization of e-resource, e-training for the teachers etc. The effectiveness has been measured on account of the observation, responses of the questionnaires, experiment on the sample. The findings of the study are hopefully going to be effective and useful in the current practice of teaching English.

Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Instructional Effectiveness, Electronic Learning, Web Based Instruction, Second Language Instruction, Second Language Learning, English (Second Language), Relevance (Education), Student Attitudes, Instructional Materials, Learning Strategies, Distance Education, Quasiexperimental Design, Questionnaires, Community Colleges, Educational Quality, Language Laboratories, Control Groups, Experimental Groups, Comparative Analysis, Statistical Analysis

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Author: Khan, Intakhab Alam

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