Implementing Computer-Assisted Language Learning in the EFL Classroom : Teachers ’ Perceptions and Perspectives

  title={Implementing Computer-Assisted Language Learning in the EFL Classroom : Teachers ’ Perceptions and Perspectives},
  author={Chan Park},
The aims of the study reported in this article are to investigate factors affecting English as a foreign language (EFL) teachers’ use of computers in their classrooms and to find out EFL teachers’ perceptions of computer-assisted language learning (CALL) and ways to improve CALL practice in school settings. Participants in the study were twelve Korean in-service teachers of EFL working at secondary schools in Korea. A questionnaire and follow-up in-depth interviews were employed to collect data… CONTINUE READING
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