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Nor Fadzleen Sa’don & Halina Mohamed Dahlan 
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia
• Mobile Assisted Language Learning (MALL) 
(Chinnery, 2006; Sheild & Kukulska-Hulme, 2008) 
• Interactive language learni...
www.gingersoftware.com/ 
https://www.duolingo.com/ 
www.busuu.com/ 
iTunes/Android 
www.speakingpal.com/
Web access via mobile 
will exceed desktop web 
access in 2010-2015. 
Colley et. al (2010) 
Future Malaysian learning 
tre...
Mobile Learning 
Policy 
Content Availability 
MALL Management in 
Schools 
Sources: 
(Chinnery, 2006; Kukulska-Hulme, 200...
• Malaysia is ranked 2nd 
behind Russia for digital 
connectivity among the 
resource & efficiency-driven 
economies 
worl...
Systematic Literature Review : N=260 
7 Factors 
Accuracy 
Accessibility to media 
Interactivity 
Portability 
Convenience...
Teacher 
N=130 
Student 
N=100 
Teacher Trainer 
N=20
TABLE IV: COMMUNALITIES 
Initial Extraction 
ACCURACY 1.000 .771 
ACCESSIBILITY 1.000 .869 
INTERACTIVITY 1.000 .940 
PORT...
• 200 out of 250 respondents own mobile phone/mobile devices. 
• 75% of the respondents use their mobile phone/mobile devi...
nor@fadzleen.com / n.fadzleen@gmail.com 
www.fadzleen.com 
/nfadzleen 
THANK YOU! 
SCAN HERE 
FOR PPT.
MOBILE ASSISTED LANGUAGE LEARNING FOR MALAYSIAN SCHOOLS
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MOBILE ASSISTED LANGUAGE LEARNING FOR MALAYSIAN SCHOOLS

  1. 1. Nor Fadzleen Sa’don & Halina Mohamed Dahlan Universiti Teknologi Malaysia
  2. 2. • Mobile Assisted Language Learning (MALL) (Chinnery, 2006; Sheild & Kukulska-Hulme, 2008) • Interactive language learning via portable wireless devices such as mobile phones, personal media players, handheld devices such as iPad, Tablet, Phablet.
  3. 3. www.gingersoftware.com/ https://www.duolingo.com/ www.busuu.com/ iTunes/Android www.speakingpal.com/
  4. 4. Web access via mobile will exceed desktop web access in 2010-2015. Colley et. al (2010) Future Malaysian learning trend that fosters portable collaborative learning. Muhammad Amin Embi (2013) Language learning is one of the disciplines likely to benefit from the widespread ownership of mobile devices Kukulsa-Hulme (2006) Help learners to enhance and personalize their language acquisition at their own pace. Small (2014)
  5. 5. Mobile Learning Policy Content Availability MALL Management in Schools Sources: (Chinnery, 2006; Kukulska-Hulme, 2009; Godwin-Jones, 2011; Burston, 2013; Hemmi et. al. , 2014, Hwang & Pu, 2014)
  6. 6. • Malaysia is ranked 2nd behind Russia for digital connectivity among the resource & efficiency-driven economies worldwide. (Connectivity Scorecard, 2013) • Mobile learning is “one of the key emerging technologies” that would elevate the status of Malaysian schools to smart schools holistically (UNESCO, 2010). Source: TeachingQuality.org
  7. 7. Systematic Literature Review : N=260 7 Factors Accuracy Accessibility to media Interactivity Portability Convenience Pricing Flexibility
  8. 8. Teacher N=130 Student N=100 Teacher Trainer N=20
  9. 9. TABLE IV: COMMUNALITIES Initial Extraction ACCURACY 1.000 .771 ACCESSIBILITY 1.000 .869 INTERACTIVITY 1.000 .940 PORTABILITY 1.000 .927 CONVENIENCE 1.000 .877 PRICING 1.000 .353 FLEXIBILITY 1.000 .914 Extraction Method: Principal Component Analysis.
  10. 10. • 200 out of 250 respondents own mobile phone/mobile devices. • 75% of the respondents use their mobile phone/mobile devices for knowledge management & learning purposes. • 53% of the respondents are using mobile phone for language learning purpose outside their classrooms albeit the current restriction of bringing mobile devices to Malaysian schools. • 96% of the respondents opt for free MALL apps than paid MALL apps. • 88% of the respondents want more MALL apps that cover Malaysian secondary school syllabus & teaching needs. • 85% of the respondents believe that MALL will enhance language learning in Malaysian schools in the future.
  11. 11. nor@fadzleen.com / n.fadzleen@gmail.com www.fadzleen.com /nfadzleen THANK YOU! SCAN HERE FOR PPT.

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