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Reading and Writing with ICT: Teachers’ and Learners’ Perceptions

القراءة والكتابة باستخدام تكنولوجيا المعلومات والاتصالات: تصورات المعلمين والمتعلمين

 

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Reading and Writing with ICT: Teachers’ and Learners’ Perceptions

  • Badji Mokhtar University- Annaba Faculty of Letters and Languages Department of English
  • Université Badji Mokhtar Annaba Laboratoire Interdisciplinaire de Pédagogie et de Didactique L.I.P.E.D

EDITED BY: DR  NESRINE GHAOUAR

Teachers’ and Learners’ Perceptions

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Reading and Writing with ICT – Teachers’ and Learners’ Perceptions

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Abstract

This proceedings book is the offspring of the online national conference on “Reading and Writing with ICTs: Teachers’ and Learners’ Perceptions” that was held on 9/10 March 2022 at Badji Mokhtar University- Annaba- Algeria. This conference was part of a project accepted by the ministry of Higher education and scientific research (PRFU). Scholars from different corners of Algeria participated in the conference two days. Indeed, Information and communication technology (ICTs) is the marked print of this era. It is the digital age were smart phones, computers and internet are widely spread.  With the outbreak of COVID 19, higher education opted for online learning as the only solution to save the learning process. Besides, in order to learn a language, reading and writing represent the two essential literacy skills that learners/teachers should focus on. After a blind double- review, twenty articles were accepted under three sections. The first is about “Developing the reading skill through ICTS: Teachers’ and Learners’ perceptions with six articleswith six articles. The second section on “Developing the writing skill through ICTS: Teachers’ and Learners’ perceptions” includes seven articles. The last section is on “ICTs and Language Learning” with seven articles. The proceedings book ends with a number of recommendations for a better use of ICTs in the educational context in Algeria.

تقديم :

كتاب الوقائع هذا هو نتاج المؤتمر الوطني عبر الإنترنت حول “القراءة والكتابة باستخدام تكنولوجيا المعلومات والاتصالات: تصورات المعلمين والمتعلمين” الذي عقد في 9/10 مارس 2022 في جامعة باجي مختار – عنابة – الجزائر. كان هذا المؤتمر جزءًا من مشروع قبلته وزارة التعليم العالي والبحث العلمي (PRFU). وشارك في المؤتمر علماء من مختلف أنحاء الجزائر على مدى يومين. في الواقع ، تعد تكنولوجيا المعلومات والاتصالات (ICT) ميزة لهذا العصر. إنه العصر الرقمي الذي انتشرت فيه الهواتف الذكية وأجهزة الكمبيوتر والإنترنت على نطاق واسع. مع اندلاع COVID 19 ، اختار التعليم العالي التعلم عبر الإنترنت باعتباره الحل الوحيد لإنقاذ عملية التعلم. علاوة على ذلك ، من أجل تعلم اللغة ، تمثل القراءة والكتابة مهارتين أساسيتين يجب على المتعلمين / المعلمين التركيز عليهما. بعد مراجعة مزدوجة ، تم قبول عشرين مقالة تحت ثلاثة أقسام. الأول حول “تطوير مهارة القراءة من خلال ICTS: تصورات المعلمين والمتعلمين من خلال ست مقالات” مع ستة مقالات. القسم الثاني حول “تطوير مهارة الكتابة من خلال ICTS: تصورات المعلمين والمتعلمين” يتضمن سبع مقالات. القسم الأخير عن “تكنولوجيا المعلومات والاتصالات وتعلم اللغة” مع سبع مقالات. ينتهي كتاب الإجراءات بعدد من التوصيات من أجل استخدام أفضل لتكنولوجيا المعلومات والاتصالات في السياق التعليمي في الجزائر.

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Index of Issue

Preface by the Keynote Speaker : Pr. Hacene HAMADA 9
Inaugural Speech by The Vice Rector Pr. Hocine MAOUI 11
Introduction of the Proceedings by Dr. Nesrine GHAOUAR 14

I. Developing the reading skill through ICTS: Teachers’ and Learners’ perceptions

  Author(s) Title Page Range
1 Houda FADEL Exploring ESP Teachers’ and Learners’ Attitudes towards the Impact of ICTs on Developing Reading Comprehension 18-28
2 Chahira BLANCHET, Rima BADI & Pr. Abdelhak EL AGGOUNE Teaching Reading Comprehension through Videoconferencing at Souk Ahras University during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Challenges and Prospects 29-39
3 Sonia NEMER The Impact of Online Reading Platforms  on Language Learning 40-51
4 Soumia BAGHCHICH Students’ Perceptions towards Reading Digital Texts 52-61
5 Dr. Nachoua KELKOULA & Rim KELTHOUME The Effect of Using ICTs on Reading Skill: The Case of Second Year Students and teachers of Abbess Laghrour University 62-70
6 Nabil LAKEHAL The reading skill and the use of ICTs during the COVID19 pandemic: students’ perspectives 71-83

II. Developing the writing skill through ICTS : Teachers’ and Learners’ perceptions

7 Dr. Radia GUERZA Students’ Attitudes and Perceptions towards the Use of Word Office Processor’s Review Applications in Writing: The Case of First-Year Students at The English Department, Batna 2 University 85-105
8 Dr. Maroua ROGTI The Integration of Social Learning Platforms for Achieving Writing Competence of EFL Students 106-120
9 Dr. Naima GUENDOUZ The Effect of Online Written Feedback on EFL Students’ Writing: The Case of ENSC Second Year Students 121-142
10 Dr. Soraya ZIDANI ICT Integration in Teaching Writing: A tremendous Strength or A Potential Weakness? Voices from Teachers of English –Batna 2 University 143-150
11 Meriem HANNACHE Third Year ENSC Students’ Perceptions and Use of Writing through ICTS 151-160
12 Dr. Lamia BELFERD Improving EFL Writing through ICTs : ENSL Lecturers and Third Year Students’ Perceptions about the Use of ICTs in the Writing Class 161-171
13 Mouna MESSIS The Efficiency of ICTs and Social Media in the Development of EFL Learners’ Writing Skills: The Case of Second Year Students of English at Skikda University 172-185

III. ICTs and Language Learning

14 Dr. Nesrine GHAOUAR Reading and writing with ICTs: Teachers’ perceptions 187-197
15 Dr. Hasna METATHA Proofreading in the Massive Age of Artificial Intelligence: When a Piece of Software Serves as a Substitute for a Human Proofreader 198-212
16 Naime BENMERABET The Personalizing Impact of Google’s Algorithmically-Based “Filter Bubbles” and Their Implications on Academic Research: The Case of “Confirmation Bias” 213-225
17 Dr. Karima CHERGUI Students’ Preference for the Online Writing Formative Assessment Methods: Boosting the Power of Online Feedback 226-240
18 Dr. Nawel MAROUF & Dr. Mama GACEM Towards a Fruitful Use of ICT to Improve the Writing Skills: Priority of Language  Acquisition Planning 241-252
19 Dr. Abir-Soundous GHASKIL & Dr. Athina BOUKHELOUF Integrating ICTs in Teaching English as a Foreign Language: Challenges and Issues 253-264
20 Dr. Fazilet ALACHAHER Some Tips Improving the Learning Process by ICTs Integration in Teaching a Foreign language 265-275

Conference Recommendations

276

 

Publisher : Democratic Arabic Center For Strategic, Political & Economic Studies

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