Monday, March 5
5:35-5:55 PM
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Does the use of Technology Actually Help English as a Second Language Students?

Brief Paper ID: 36503
  1. Hussain Alkhalifah
    Saginaw Valley State University
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    Elizabeth Hansen
    Saginaw Valley State University
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    Anne Tapp
    Saginaw Valley State University
  4. Douglas Hansen
    Saginaw Valley State University

Abstract: Students in the English as a Second Language (ESL) program face difficulties when reading, communicating, and listening. Prior research indicates that technology may increase motivation within these students as well as help them reduce these difficulties. The purpose of this work in progress is to determine the impact of technology in student motivation and student achievement at each ESL group level.

Presider: Lucy Bush, Mercer University

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