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Computer Science Technology: Tutor, Tool and to explore Language Teaching

Dr.G. Mohana Charyulu, Prof. S. Venkateswarlu, Dr. DBK Kamesh and Ms.S.Sreelekha, ,
Associate Professor & RPAC Chairman, Dept. of English K L University, A.P

Computer Technology is now being used in all facets of Teaching in English language classroom. It gives wide range of scope for discussions on usage of Computer Technology in Language class room. The application of Technology on Language study raises questions like what role should these technology plays in Teaching and Learning. This paper discusses the Application of Computer Technology in Language Class room with different roles. As there are many roles to play, this paper limits only to Computer Technology as Tutor, Tool and Ways to explore language.

Dr.G. Mohana Charyulu et al. ," Computer Science Technology: Tutor, Tool and to explore Language Teaching”, International Journal of Computer Engineering In Research Trends, 3(10):540-543, October-2016.

Keywords : Computer Technology, Language Class room, applications, roles and limits

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