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Original article | Innovational Research in ELT 2023, Vol. 4(1) 73-79

The Role of Technology in the Process of Education: A Systematic Review Study

Sattar J. Hashim Chnani & Sarmad Alahmed

pp. 73 - 79   |  DOI: https://doi.org/10.29329/irelt.2023.558.6   |  Manu. Number: MANU-2304-13-0006.R1

Published online: June 19, 2023  |   Number of Views: 74  |  Number of Download: 393


The use of English language instructors actively utilise various technology tools meant to enhance the delivery of optimal instruction. the main aim of the current study is to give a literature review of several studies conducted to explore the role of technology in teaching English to EFL students. The study selects a number of published articles between 2013 and 2020 for this aim. Each article was summarized after a rigorous and comprehensive perusal. The majority of the research found that employing technology in the ELT/ELL substantially impacted students' ability to learn the language. In addition, it will improve students' ability to speak as well. As a result, recommendations are technology marks a significant advancement in teaching English at present. The majority of current suggested to utilize various technological devices in learning because their incorporation has improved EFL learners' four skills.

Keywords: Technology, teaching, learning, EFL classrooms

How to Cite this Article?

APA 6th edition
Chnani, S.J.H. & Alahmed, S. (2023). The Role of Technology in the Process of Education: A Systematic Review Study . Innovational Research in ELT, 4(1), 73-79. doi: 10.29329/irelt.2023.558.6

Chnani, S. and Alahmed, S. (2023). The Role of Technology in the Process of Education: A Systematic Review Study . Innovational Research in ELT, 4(1), pp. 73-79.

Chicago 16th edition
Chnani, Sattar J. Hashim and Sarmad Alahmed (2023). "The Role of Technology in the Process of Education: A Systematic Review Study ". Innovational Research in ELT 4 (1):73-79. doi:10.29329/irelt.2023.558.6.


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