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Ensuring a Technology-Enhanced Language Classroom: A Perspectives of Business Schools of Bangladesh
International Journal of Finance and Banking Research
Volume 2, Issue 1, February 2016, Pages: 13-17
Received: Jan. 25, 2016; Accepted: Jan. 28, 2016; Published: Feb. 19, 2016
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Md. Ashraf Ali, Department of Business Administration, The Millennium University, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Md. Sazzadur Rahman Khan, Department of Business Administration, Stamford University, Dhaka, Bangladesh
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Abstract
This research paper aims at illustrating the significance of using technology in the language learning classroom for business education. Business English and business communication has become an integral current trend of academic pursuit for the entire global business world. The current research basically and in general focuses on some of the current practices of Bangladeshi educational institutions in line with the global way-forward. Technology-enhanced language learning for business education is a common phenomenon now-a-days all over the world. Technology aids in the process of language learning in the classroom. The paper focuses on the application of the technology in foreign language learning scenario especially in the arena of business community. At the same time, the present study brings into light the current scenario of technology uses in the language learning set-up of Bangladesh.
Keywords
Technology, Language, Classroom, Business Schools
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Md. Ashraf Ali, Md. Sazzadur Rahman Khan, Ensuring a Technology-Enhanced Language Classroom: A Perspectives of Business Schools of Bangladesh, International Journal of Finance and Banking Research. Vol. 2, No. 1, 2016, pp. 13-17. doi: 10.11648/j.ijfbr.20160201.13
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