An Attempted Evaluation of Compuer Assisted Language Learning in China

Ji-min LI

Abstract



With the rapid development of computer technology and further educational reform in China, more and more colleges or universities start to employ computers for foreign language teaching and learning. This paper, thus, first briefly introduces the evolution of CALL, then examines the constructive value and drawbacks of computer-assisted language teaching and learning, and finally emphasizes some rational cognition in implications and conclusion.
Key words: review, benefits, drawbacks, rational recognition
Résumé: Avec le développement rapide de la technologie d’ordinateur et la réforme éducative approfondie de Chine, de plus en plus de lycées ou d’universités commencent à employer l’ordinateur dans l’enseignement-apprentissage des langues étrangères. L’article présent, tout d’abord, introduit brièvement l’évolution de l’ALAO(l’Apprentissage des langes assisté par Ordinateur), et puis examine la valeur constructive et les désavantages de l’enseignement-apprentissage des langes assisté par ordinateur. En fin de compte, l’article insiste sur des cognitions rationnelles dans les implictions et la conclusion.
Mots-Clés: ALAO, rétrospection, bénéfices, désavantages, recognition rationnelle

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.css.1923669720070303.017

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