The integration of ICT in English classes in the XXI century: Motivating English learning
The integration of information and communication technology in the XXI century is an important part in the teaching-learning processes of education. In this research paper work, the integration of technology is shown as a significant tool in the teaching-learning processes of English as a foreign language of two universities with results, which can be of valorous information for other processes. The methodology combines qualitative and quantitative approaches. The study and evaluations of students’ final achievements at the end of this research showed how powerful the integration of technology in the teaching-learning process has become and how useful is the integration of different kinds of technology tools to activate students’ motivation towards the learning of English.
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