MESSAGES BEHIND MOBILE-ASSISTED LANGUAGE LEARNING

Jo Shan Fu

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This paper offers a brief commentary on the ways to transform English as a foreign language students from autonomous language learners to proficient language users through mobile-assisted language learning by deducing on empirical insights from the articles in this perspective.

 

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autonomous learners, mobile-assisted language learning, scaffolding, self-directed learning

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejel.v6i5.3884

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