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Yıl 2019, Cilt: 1 Sayı: 1, 30 - 48, 12.04.2019

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  • Alemi, M., Sarab, M., & Lari, Z. (2012). Successful learning of academic word list via MALL: Mobile-assisted language learning. International Education Studies, 5(6), 99-109.
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Mobile Learning and Mobile Assisted Language Learning in Focus

Yıl 2019, Cilt: 1 Sayı: 1, 30 - 48, 12.04.2019

Öz

Mobile learning (m-learning) has been applied to
foreign language education for more than a decade.
Now that the emerging technologies and
digital environments for learning have led to innovative learning experiences,
there has been an exponential growth
in the use of mobile applications for language learning. A growing
volume of research
has been conducted on Mobile Assisted Language Learning (MALL), emphasizing
conceptualization of MALL and investigating the learning outcomes of users of
MALL applications in foreign language classes
. This paper aims to elaborate on the concept of mobile-assisted language
learning (MALL) in association with learning theories and challenges, to
present a conceptual framework of MALL design principles and dimensions, and to
review
existing MALL studies.

Kaynakça

  • Alemi, M., Sarab, M., & Lari, Z. (2012). Successful learning of academic word list via MALL: Mobile-assisted language learning. International Education Studies, 5(6), 99-109.
  • Al-Jarf, R. (2012). Mobile technology and student autonomy in oral skill acquisition. In J. Díaz-Vera (Ed.), Left to my own devices: Learner autonomy and mobile-assisted language learning innovation and leadership in English language teaching (pp. 105-130). Bingley, UK: Emerald Group.
  • Allan, S. (2008). Podcasts and embedded audio to support language learning. Warwick Interactions Journal, 30(2). Retrieved from: http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/services/ldc/resource/interactions/current/aballan/allan
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  • Azabdaftari, B., & Mozaheb, M. (2012). Comparing vocabulary learning of EFL learners by using two different strategies: Mobile learning vs. flashcards. The EUROCALL Review, 20(2), 47-59.
  • Baleghizadeh, S., & Oladrostam, E. (2010). The effect of mobile-assisted language learning (MALL) on grammatical accuracy of EFL students. MEXTESOL Journal, 34(2), 77-86.
  • Bartolomé, A., & Steffens, K. (2011). Technologies for self-regulated learning. In R. Carneiro, P. Lefrere, K. Steffens, & J. Underwood (Eds.), Self-regulated learning in technology enhanced learning environments: A European perspective (pp. 21-31). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.
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  • Bayyurt, Y., & Karataş, N. B. (2011). Needs analysis as the first step when developing content for mobile language learning. Boğaziçi University Journal of Education, 28(1), 13-21.
  • Begum, R. (2011). Prospect for cell phones as instructional tools in the EFL classroom: A case study of Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh. English Language Teaching, 4(1), 105-115.
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Fidel ÇAKMAK 0000-0002-3285-7661

Yayımlanma Tarihi 12 Nisan 2019
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APA ÇAKMAK, F. (2019). Mobile Learning and Mobile Assisted Language Learning in Focus. Language and Technology, 1(1), 30-48.

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