STRATEGIES OF WEB­BASED INSTRUCTION IN TEACHING AND LEARNING OF PHRASAL VERBS IN ENGLISH: A COMPARATIVE STUDY

B. Yamini, M. Malarvizhi

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Web­based learning is the most effective strategy in delivering the best training to the maximum number of learners at the lowest cost. Fifteen modules in different web­based instructional strategies viz. OT, OTswSRM and OT­OC have been developed. The results of the study reveal that the performance of e­learners on Communicative English through internet is very much encouraging. 

 

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web-based instruction, online instructional strategies, online learning of phrasal verbs, open educational resources on phrasal verbs, online English learning, 2012 OER congress Paris declaration

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