Feasibility Analysis of Business English Task-based Teaching Relying on Interactive Virtual Reality Logistic Modeling Algorithm

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Jianhong Chen


This study explores the effectiveness of an integrated approach combining task-based language teaching with Virtual Reality (VR) technology and adaptive algorithms for Business English instruction. A total of 60 adult learners participated in a pre-test/post-test experimental design, with half assigned to the experimental group engaging with the VR-based language learning environment and the other half to the control group receiving traditional classroom instruction. Language proficiency assessments, engagement measures, and satisfaction surveys were used to evaluate the intervention's impact. Results indicate significant improvements in language proficiency, high levels of engagement, and satisfaction among participants in the experimental group. The integrated approach demonstrates promise in preparing learners for real-world communication in professional settings and highlights the potential of technology-enhanced language learning methodologies. This study contributes valuable insights into the intersection of language education, immersive technology, and adaptive learning, paving the way for future advancements in Business English instruction.

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