UTILIZING TECHNOLOGY IN LANGUAGE EDUCATION

Sofendi Sofendi

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Abstract: Technology is nothing if people cannot utilize it properly. Since it is the digital era, the use of technology for instruction specifically language learning is a must. Educators no longer force their ways of conventional teaching. The teachers must adapt to their students' modern environment in which the students everytime and everywhere have their handphones at their hands. Therefore, they must be able to make use of the circumstances to utilize the technological devices for learning. This paper elaborates the benefits of the internet in learning English and the use of technology in the classrooms.


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