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A Study on Technology Embedded English Classes Using QR Codes
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A Study on Technology Embedded English Classes Using QR Codes
Jeon, Young-Joo;
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The development of information and technology has brought plenty of changes to the educational environment. The prevalence of smart phones is particularly playing a huge role in shaping learning methods. Smart phones provide the opportunity to scan QR codes, which can greatly ease access to information. Due to a high recognition speed, recognition rate, and restoration rate, they can be useful tools for English teachers to use in their class. In this study, we suggest using QR codes for writing and picture descriptions. Based on this study, more research should invest in Technology Embedded English teaching models to create better English classes for students.
QR Code;Technology Embedded English Class;SMART Learning;English Teaching and Learning Method;EBSe;
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