Teaching EFL in Digital Age

Yin HUANG, Bei CHEN

Abstract


Since the beginning of the 21st century, science and technology have been developing and innovating continuously, and people have entered the digital era. Digitalization is an important trend of global economic development. The popularization of digital technology makes it a trend that digital technology can assist EFL teaching. In the current EFL teaching, how to apply advanced digital technology to EFL classroom and how to carry out teaching activities better with digital equipment has become a hot issue for EFL teachers. This study introduces several main auxiliary teaching techniques in the digital age and puts forward some specific strategies for EFL teaching, in order to further improve the teaching level of EFL courses so as to meet students’ personalized development needs.


Keywords


EFL; Digital age; CALL; MALL; AR

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11416

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