Evaluating Online Applications in Teaching and Learning English for Mechanical Engineering Students at Hanoi University of Industry during COVID-19 Period
Keywords:online teaching and learning English, benefits, drawbacks, solutions, interactive applications, the application of software
Since the COVID-19 pandemic occurred, social fields in general or education, in particular, have been affected considerably. Education, however, cannot or will not be interrupted due to this outbreak of infection. Specifically, face-to-face classes have been shifted to online ones. To maintain the effectiveness of learning and teaching English to students in the faculty of Mechanical Engineering, teachers have applied some applications, including Padlet, Google Classroom, and Quizizz. Quantitative and qualitative analysis methods will answer the research questions. The tools used for data collection are questionnaires and interviews. The authors conducted questionnaires and interviews with lecturers and second-year students of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at Hanoi University of Industry. This article focuses on evaluating the application of software in the online English teaching and learning process at Hanoi University of Industry. Besides, this paper demonstrates the benefits and drawbacks of these interactive applications as well as suggests some effective solutions to help teachers facilitate students in learning English more successfully.
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