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Whole Class to Individualized Internet Use: An Overview for ESL/EFL Instructors
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College ESL Volume 7, Number 2,

Abstract

Provides a brief orientation to Internet use, moving from a whole-class orientation to focus on individual student and teacher use. Introduces helpful vocabulary relevant to Internet use, as well as generic activities that can be adapted within most programs and settings. (Author/JL)

Citation

Parsell, J. & Wilhelm, K.H. (1997). Whole Class to Individualized Internet Use: An Overview for ESL/EFL Instructors. College ESL, 7(2), 81-100. Retrieved January 24, 2021 from .

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