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The Computer in English Class: Lessons Learned (Resources and Reviews)
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English Journal Volume 80, Number 8, ISSN 0013-8274

Abstract

Offers ideas and activities of teachers who have successfully used computers with high school English students. Shows that (1) extensive equipment is not always required; (2) computers can be used by all students; (3) computers can help show the best sides of students; (4) computers can give access to the world; and (5) there is life beyond word processing. (PRA)

Citation

Wresch, W. (1991). The Computer in English Class: Lessons Learned (Resources and Reviews). English Journal, 80(8), 93-96. Retrieved September 16, 2019 from .

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