A Study of Social Media-Apps Integrated Learners’ Critical Thinking of Second Language Learning

Than Chhorn


Social media-apps preferred to social digital platforms included computer-apps, mobile-apps, and web-apps that support learners’ L2 learning. The intensive objective of this study is to examine how learners can improve and adapt their L2 learning through using social media-apps, and how social media-apps influence learners’ L2 learning. Two methods such as focus group interview and test-taking were assigned to investigate the effects of social media-apps integrated learners’ L2 learning. The study showed that the social media-apps were the popular web-based sites that are applied in L2 learning integration. The results have shown how to use social media-apps applied in L2 learning with challenges. The current article also identified the app-frameworks – Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn, Email, Messenger, and other so on – integrated L2 learning in proficiency. As a result, the results showed that social media-apps such as computer-aided apps, mobile-apps, and web-apps were the key terms of social app-frameworks used to develop and integrate learners’ L2 learning, in particular improve learners’ learning abilities and attitudes. The means of computer-apps and mobile-apps were greater than the web-apps’ means of the significance of this study.

Keywords: social media-apps, computer-apps, mobile-apps, web-apps, app-frameworks

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