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2017 | 2 | 129-133
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INTERNET AS A CLASSROOM TOOL

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Nowadays the Internet appears to be ubiquitous. Especially young people are eager to enjoy easy access to the network and spend a decent amount of time in front of their electronic devices. Thus, it seems obvious that modern technology should be incorporated into didactic process in schools. Such lessons can be much more appealing to students and increase effectiveness of learning. In order to achieve these aims the lessons must be carefully planned, taking into consideration several important factors. This text discusses some of those crucial aspects.
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2
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129-133
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References
  • Krajka, J. (2007). English language teaching in the Internet-assisted environment. Lublin: UMCS.
  • Teeler, D., Gray, P. (2000). How to use the Internet in ELT. Harlow: Longman.
  • Windeatt, S., Hardisty, D., Eastment, D. (2000). The Internet. Oxford: University Press.
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