Application of Mobile Assisted Language Teaching in English-Speaking Teaching

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Yuanzheng Feng


This study explores the effectiveness of integrating Mobile Assisted Language Teaching (MALT) into English-speaking instruction. Through a mixed-methods approach, the study investigates the impact of MALT interventions on speaking proficiency among language learners. Quantitative analyses reveal significant improvements in speaking proficiency following the implementation of MALT interventions, with participants across different proficiency levels demonstrating notable enhancements in their speaking skills. Qualitative insights gleaned from participant interviews provide valuable context, highlighting the interactive, personalized, and contextually rich nature of language learning experiences facilitated by MALT. Participants expressed high levels of engagement, motivation, and satisfaction with MALT activities, underscoring its potential to transform traditional language learning paradigms. The findings suggest that MALT offers promising avenues for enhancing language learning experiences and fostering communicative competence among language learners. Furthermore, the study emphasizes the importance of ongoing professional development initiatives for educators to effectively integrate MALT into their pedagogical practices. By embracing MALT as a pedagogical tool, educators can create dynamic and interactive language learning environments that cater to diverse learner needs and preferences, ultimately empowering learners to thrive in an interconnected and globalized world.

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