Computer-Assisted Language Learning: A Study of EFL Teachers’ Perceptions of University of Sindh, Jamshoro

Talha Memon, Syed Waqar Ali Shah, Shumaila Aijaz Memon


This study aims to investigate EFL teachers’ perceptions on Computer Assisted Language Learning in English language classrooms. For the last 15 years, there has been great interest in researching teachers’ perceptions, thinking and beliefs towards implementation of ICT in English language teaching classrooms. As teachers’ perceptions shape and determine language teaching and learning practice. To investigate the problem, 47 in service teachers of Higher Secondary Schools were taken as participants, out of which there were 14 females and 33 males. A questionnaire was administered among the EFL teachers based on investigation of beliefs and perspectives of EFL teachers. Findings of the study suggest that use of online web chats and other connecting forums are practiced by EFL teachers to interact with the students. Furthermore, preparing lectures to use computers and getting help for material development is highly frequent.

Keywords: EFL Teachers’ Perceptions, Computer Assisted Language Learning, implementation of ICT, English language classrooms

DOI: 10.7176/JEP/11-30-04

Publication date:October 31st 2020

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