Scrutinizing the overall classroom achievement of language students, Hakan Cangir investigates how effective supplementary materials to computer-assisted language learning (CALL) can be. He explores the relationship between students' learning styles and their classroom achievement when supported by supplementary online material, thus shedding light on the differences in the students' approaches of using CALL material. Based on his analysis, Cangir presents fascinating pedagogical suggestions for language learning.
Hakan Cangir is a lecturer of English at Ankara University, School of Foreign Languages. He received his MA in 2010 from Bilkent Univesity, TEFL department, and is currently writing his PhD thesis at Hacettepe University, Linguistics department. His research interests include CALL, learner differences, corpus linguistics, corpus-assisted critical discourse analysis, second language acquisition, and collocational priming.
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