Prospects and Application of MUD/MOO/VR in Foreign Language Teaching
Constructivism and social constructivism are theories frequently cited in the area of education research recently. The application of MUD/MOO/VR conforms to the study demand of constructivism and has broad prospects of application. This paper analyzes the combination of MUD/MOO/VR and foreign language teaching, introduces some teaching cases and thus puts forward the development trend of MUD/MOO/VR application in foreign language teaching.
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