21세기 교육의 변화에 가장 주목할 것은 IT 기술과 교육의 만남을 통한 학습 환경 및 학습 툴의 변화에 입니다. 또한 스마트 기기 발달을 통한 IBT 기반의 이러닝 교육 시장의 발전 가능성을 예측하고자 합니다. 이러한 학습 환경 및 기기의 발달이 언어학습에 미치는 영향을 소개합니다.
2.1 Technologies as good assistance
2.2 Technologies as a perfect tool
3. The Meeting of Technology and English Language Teaching (ELT)
3.1 Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL)
3.2 Computer Mediated Communication (CMC)
3.3 Barriers to CALL and CMC
4. The Comparison of a Tradition & New Technological Class
4.1 The features of a traditional class and CMC, CALL in an EFL class
4.2 Motivation and Autonomy
5. Application of Technology into the English class
5.1 Listening and Speaking learning in technology integration
5.2 Literacy learning in technology integration
5.3 Writing skills in technology integration
5.4 Distance learning by using the internet
6. Ten Questions Conditional to Success in Education
7. Consideration of Individual Learning Styles in a Technological EFL Class
7.1 Individual learning styles
7.2 The characteristics of Asian students’ cultural aspects
Technologies have dramatically changed the diverse fields of our lives in terms of business, education, and culture. This development of technology has influenced a shift in the educational environment and pedagogy from traditional language education to technological language education such as Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL) and Computer Mediated Communication (CMC). Especially, a few decades ago, English language education had not applied educational technology in language pedagogy because the earlier popular teaching methods focused on grammar translation and direct instruction.
As for the ten main aspects introduced previously, there are many conditions to meet for a successful English class in technology. Likewise, we should consider what each student can be taught or what is more appropriate for the technological English classes which is different from the traditional class. Moreover, the cultural background can affect the students’ studying and foreign language instruction. Individual learning styles and cultural background apparently influence studying.
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