B. Yamini, M. Malarvizhi


The results of the study reveal that the performance of e­learners on Communicative English is excelling. Pre­test, Post­test Equivalent Groups Design was adopted to be the most appropriate method of research in testing the spelt out hypotheses. It is concluded that the web-based learning strategies are effective in realizing the instructional objectives.


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web-based instruction, online phrasal verbs, instructional strategies, educational modules, communicative English


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejes.v0i0.735


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