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Effect of Using Smart Learning Pen (iPen) on Young Iranian Male and Female EFL Learners’ Speaking Accuracy and Fluency
|Journal of English Language Teaching and Learning|
|دوره 14، شماره 29، مرداد 2022، صفحه 228-244 اصل مقاله (1.16 M)|
|نوع مقاله: Research Paper|
|شناسه دیجیتال (DOI): 10.22034/elt.2022.49424.2469|
|Ali Yeganeh1؛ Hossein Barati* 2؛ Daryush Nejadansari3|
|1English Language and Literature Department, Teacher Education University, Isfahan Pardis, Iran|
|2English Language and Literature Department, University of Isfahan, Isfahan, İran|
|3English Language and Literature Department, University of Isfahan, Isfahan, Iran|
|The present study aimed to examine the effects of an educational technology called smart learning pen (i.e., iPen) as an ICT tool on young Iranian male and female EFL learners' speaking accuracy and fluency. A group of 180 young (6-9 years old) male and female learners with no previous formal education in English were randomly assigned into three different conditions: those who used the iPen in class and at home (IPC), at home only (IPH), and those who did not use the iPen at all (NIP). As gender was an independent variable, each condition had male and female groups. To address the research questions, the participants' performance on the oral sub-test of the posttest was put into analysis. The two-way ANOVA run on the effect of the independent variables (iPen and gender) and their interaction on the participants' speaking accuracy, and fluency revealed that using iPen helped the IPC and IPH participants significantly outperform the NIP group in terms of both accuracy and fluency. However, such an analysis did not show any significant effect for gender, nor did it show any significant effect when the interaction of gender and other variables was taken into account. The study has practical implications for policymakers, language teachers as well as software, hardware, and mobile phone application developers.|
|Educational Technology؛ Smart Learning Pen؛ Accuracy؛ Fluency؛ Young EFL/ESL Learners|
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