found that seniors are flocking to the internet through forums and chat rooms in order to talk about sex.
And it’s allowing them to have the sort of healthy, educational, and fun conservations they might have never been able to have before.
Some of the shy students appeared to be braver, with less hesitation so finding it easier when communicating with someone in a virtual format such as chat rooms, text or Skype." Professor Troudi added:"These results were particularly interesting as these learners usually demonstrated dependent behaviour in class and were generally not motivated to learn English.
Internet chat rooms could have a role to play in helping learners to apply practices more broadly to their language learning." The book published by 'Cambridge Scholars' debates the issues of IT integration in language teaching, discussing its advantages and disadvantages from the point of view of actual users and professionals.
page=15894 University of Wolverhampton United Kingdom Chris Fullwood is a senior lecturer in the Psychology Department of the University of Wolverhampton, U. and is a member of the Wolverhampton Internet and Technology Society (WITS) research group.