E-Learning and Vocabulary Building: A Survey on EFL Secondary School Level Students
E-learning is the learning process conducted by the use of modern digital technologies, which includes online available resources such as social media online library books and other online learning platforms. The current study analysed the use of e-learning techniques for vocabulary building of students at the secondary school level so that e-learning could be integrated into the education of students to improve their proficiency in vocabulary education. The aims of the study were to seek the views of English language learners' perception about the role of “e-learning” in vocabulary enhancement and to gain information about potential challenges faced by pupils in acquiring vocabulary through “e-learning” along with the ways used by teachers to enhance the vocabulary asset of pupils by using “e-learning” techniques. Eighty students and ten teachers were part of the research and were selected by the researcher based on a random sampling technique, and questionnaires were used by the researcher to collect data from them regarding the use of e-learning and vocabulary building. The outcomes of the study showed that pupils and teachers had optimistic attitudes towards the use of e-learning for vocabulary building, but they were also facing some challenges that could be overcome by utilizing some resources, and in this way, e-learning could be implemented in a better way for vocabulary building.
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