Advantages And Disadvantages Of Conventional Style And Computer Assisted Language

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CHAPTER FIVE
CONCLUSION
5.1 INTRODUCTION The discussions made in the previous chapter has paved way into some aspects of conventional style and computer assisted language teaching and testing performed in LSRW skills. The statistical data was tested using mean value test and coefficient variation calculation. Some skills that were tested in the conventional style were also tested using computers to bring out the efficacy among the two. Advantages and Disadvantages were also brought out. The preliminary study by the students are in the feedback questionnaire. Imparting phonetic skills to learners are to expose them to English sound system, to make them aware of certain peculiar and different pronunciations, to acquire a knowledge of everyday language and then learn to ‘use the more elevated style used for poetry and fine prose in literature. In the conventional classroom as we do not expose the learners to English sound system, even the best student possesses an inadequate control of the language. The teacher orally explains a small passage in a detailed manner. Repetition of the passage to the undisturbed, continuous narration. Questions will be put and learners will answer them orally. The next is that a number of lexical items are written on the black board and each learner has to make use of any one of the words in a sentence. Pattern practice in meaningful situations can bring about the necessary exposure to language as the participation of learner

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