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Computer assisted language learning

  1. 1. Computer Assisted Language Learning(CALL)<br />Ujang Edi Brata, Nurul Fajriyah,<br />EkaWahyuSetianingsih, AamMaryamah<br />Post Graduate Program <br />UHAMKA Jakarta<br />
  2. 2. Computer as a medium is used for the sake of facilitating people in learning, such as learning a language.<br />Computer is totally dependent on the users<br />Computer is more interactive<br />Computer may act as a teacher or tutor<br />Roles of Computer in Learning<br />
  3. 3. Maddison (1983): technology of education and technology of communication are two sides of the same coin.<br />The beneficial advantages of CAL; interactive capability and flexibility<br />Nicholls (1995): students didn’t produce many well-formed and complete sentences, and didn’t practice their spoken English in computer-mediated instructions.<br />In computer – mediated instruction, students tended to try out a number of guesses rather than discus with their partner (Windeatt, 1986)<br />Can CALL effectively deliver explicit instruction on grammar?<br />Computers and Language Learning<br />
  4. 4. Issues Regarding the Change of Methods of Language Teaching<br />
  5. 5. - CAL: the learning involving the utilization of the computer - CALL: means CAL which is implemented to language.<br />CAL and CALL<br />
  6. 6. CALL: Underlying Consideration<br /><ul><li> Ahmad, et al, (1985:4): the computer is </li></ul> flexible.<br /><ul><li>Hiltzand Turrof (1985) and Hiltz (1994): the </li></ul> flexibility supports collaborative learning <br /> among students.<br /><ul><li> Computer based language instruction is </li></ul> ability to interact with learners.<br /><ul><li> The more powerful the technology </li></ul> becomes, the more ‘human’ functions the <br /> machine is able to take on.<br />
  7. 7. Advantages of CALL<br /><ul><li>Develop a non-sequential reading habit.
  8. 8. Offer freedom for users to choose any </li></ul> topic available.<br /><ul><li> Can be used in pairs.
  9. 9. Allow the students to determine what </li></ul> particular topics and how long he wants <br /> to learn.<br />
  10. 10. Disadvantages of CALL<br /><ul><li>It is considered to be much less </li></ul> handy.<br /><ul><li> Makes eye irritate and pain.
  11. 11. Needs a lot of funds.</li></li></ul><li>Students View towards CALL<br /><ul><li>The use of the system is very easy
  12. 12. The performance is very interesting
  13. 13. The content is clear and helpful
  14. 14. The structure of the system is excellent
  15. 15. In sum, the system is good</li>

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