Using Electronic Platforms in Encouraging Students Towards English Language Acquisition

Abstract

Electronic learning has broadened the concept of learning by moving beyond traditional methods and moving towards an environment rich in multiple sources. Electronic learning contributes to the provision of interactive materials, programs and functional curricula that benefit those who want to learn English according to their needs, goals, levels and circumstances. This paper aims to identify the effectiveness of using electronic platforms in encouraging students towards English language acquisition. A descriptive method is used to find out the study results. The researcher points out that electronic platform provides individualized learning opportunities in parallel to all students who learn English as a second language. It is realized that using these electronic means and modern technology will increase students' use of English through exchanging views with their peers, joining educational and cultural linguistic forums, and organizing meetings with other students using English. The study also clarifies that electronic platforms in their different kinds are useful and significant learning devices.