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INTERACTIVE LANGUAGE LEARNING THROUGH WEB 2.0 TOOLS

The Web 2.0 is beginning to play a role within the more formal learning environment of foreign language classrooms. The reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills and needs of language learners may require a specific type of pedagogical design of educational tools. Interactive, user-developed content within Web 2.0 tools may provide “real-world” listening and speaking skills not provided by static Web 1.0 learning tools. This paper aims to demonstrate how Interactive Language Learning through Web 2.0 Tools helps learner in developing positive interest towards language learning and make comprehension easier.
Interactive Learning is a pedagogical approach that incorporates social networking and urban computing into course design and delivery. Interactive Learning has evolved out of the hyper-growth in the use of digital technology and virtual communication, particularly by students. Beginning around 2000, students entering institutes of higher education have expected that interactive learning will be an integral part of their education. The use of interactive technology in learning for these students is as natural as using a pencil and paper were to past generations.
The Net Generation or Generation Y is the first generation to grow up in constant contact with digital media. Also known as digital natives, their techno-social, community bonds to their naturalized use of technology in every aspect of learning, to their ability to learn in new ways outside the classroom, this generation of students is pushing the boundaries of education. The use of digital media in education has led to an increase in the use of and reliance on interactive learning, which in turn has led to a revolution in the fundamental process of education.
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