Writing Skill Training of tertiary students by using Letter Writing on All Topics App
Palabras clave:writing; skill, mobile, learning, students
Writing in English is a productive skill, more difficult for students to manage than perceptive skills as reading and listening. Therefore, the more resources teachers provide students with to strengthen writing the better. The paper’s aim is to initially analyze the training of pre-intermediate level tertiary students by using the Letter Writing on All Topics application. A poll, Iadov technique, documental analysis, descriptive statistics, and MapALL analytical approach are used as tools and methods. The study conducted achieves positive results, showing greater improvement of students’ writing skill by using the app. Hence, mobile learning has turned into an outstanding and efficacious teaching resource for learning foreign languages.
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