International Journal of Science , Engineering and Management (IJSEM)

Monthly Journal for Science , Engineering and Management

Volume3,February 2018,

Topic : Technology and English Teachers

Authors:Dr. I. Suhenya ||

Abstract:Today’s multimedia work stations have astonishing storage capacity, self-life and extremely fast access time. It provides an excellent medium for multi- media applications, allowing for the efficient transport and combination of images, sound video and text. Significant advances in the area of multimedia network and authoring technology have dramatically enriched and simplified the operations of language learning. One reason for making this choice is a great amount of exercise and drill work involved in learning language skills, the greatest part of which requires close supervision and frequent correction for best results in learning. Another reason is that some of the kinds of remediation required seemed to be especially feasible to machine embodiment. The teaching of English demands a drastic change in the pedagogy. In this age of Information Technology and computers, the teaching of English cannot be carried out effectively in the traditional fashion. The whole process of teaching and learning English needs the immediate intervention of technology. The teachers of English face unprecedented pressure to get technology especially ICT, get networked enhance the language skills and to get online. It is possible that while implementing technology, we may forget what it is all for. It is important to ascertain that the minimum technology and professional development requirement are reasonably put in place. The use of technology simply makes the aforesaid principles of teaching/learning easier and fun to achieve. Moreover, besides recognizing the key skills of speaking and listening we must emphasize reading and be writing in the English classrooms. The technology expands our options to reach. We are not going to stop teaching Shakespeare or literature in general – the aim is to do it in a better way. Technology enhances many classroom practices for English learners..

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