Analysis on the Feature of Network: based Language Learning in China

Minghe GUO


Network-based Language Learning, which is regarded as an extension of Computer- assisted Language Learning, is more resourceful and interactive and begins to spread in higher education in China. Network-based Language Learning has so far received considerable attention and founded its place as a new language teaching and learning mode. It is worth mentioning the advantages of Networkbased Language Learning, but the fact indicates that not all computer potentials are positive. There are also limitations or potential problems to consider.

Key words: Network-based Language Learning; Advantages; Potential problems


Network-based Language Learning, Advantages, Potential problems


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