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Volume 1 Issue 1

June 2014

Computer Assisted Language Learning (C.A.L.L.) of English as a Foreign Language
Dr. Chiramel Paul Jose, 
Professor of English, 
Department of Foreign Languages, 
Al Baha University, 
Al Baha, Al Bahah, Saudi Arabia
At least in certain affluent countries CALL (Computer Assisted Language Learning) might take over the traditional ways of teaching a language, and especially English, due to multifarious reasons. Getting into vogue in the 1960s CALL has already passed three main phases: Behavioural CALL, Communicative CALL and Integrative CALL. The history of CALL reveals that with the arrival of the Internet and its widespread usage, computers as well as computer applications in mobile phones, i-phones or i-pads can serve a variety of uses for language teaching as well as for language learning.
Computer Assisted Language Learning; C.A.L.L. of English; English through APPS; Technology Assisted Language Learning (T.E.L.L.).
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