Impact of Web-based instruction on EFL Students Cultural Awareness

I conducted an experiment with two groups of sophomore students majoring in translation. The control group was taught British culture using in-class instruction only, and the experimental group was taught using a combination of online and in-class instruction. Experimental students used the online course from home as the internet was inaccessible from campus. Both groups were pre and post-tested. The impact of online instruction on cultural awareness, the relationship between the online course frequency usage and cultural awareness, and the impact of online instruction on students’ attitudes are reported.

Prof. Reima Al-jarf
King Saud University
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

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