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Insights into Technology Enhanced Language Pedagogy


Anna Turula, Beata Mikołajewska and Danuta Stanulewicz

The new media have long become an essential part of the foreign language classroom, and computer enhanced language pedagogy is now becoming a standard in schools. What follows is a growing interest in the research into the effectiveness of such a practice as well as building bridges between the new media and traditional language teaching methodology. Insights into Technology Enhanced Language Pedagogy does that by bringing together the results of a number of recent studies, most of which have been carried out in Poland.
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Anna Turula holds a Ph.D. and D. Litt. in applied linguistics. She has published three books and more than fifty articles on the affective and cognitive approaches to language learning and teaching as well as individual differences in TEFL, including a number of publications on new technologies in language learning and teacher training. She is currently based at the Pedagogical University, Cracow, Poland.

Beata Mikołajewska is a young academic who holds an MA in English and a Diploma in Culture Management. She has a wide experience in teaching pronunciation and EFL, and her interests include orthoepy, English borrowings and corpus linguistics. She has co-edited two books and published five articles.

Danuta Stanulewicz holds a Ph.D. and D. Litt. in general linguistics. Her numerous publications concern various topics in semantics as well as in sociolinguistics and language acquisition. She is employed at the Institute of English and American Studies, University of Gdańsk, Poland.

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