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Call enhanced second language vocabulary learning: enhancing second language vocabulary memory through call use interval exposure

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Abstract: Recently, call and shopping center enhanced learning applications have dominated the field of second language (L2) learning. The purpose of this study is to explore the impact of call enhanced second language vocabulary learning software on the development of second language vocabulary of English as a foreign language (EFL) students. 76 pre intermediate English students registered in foreign language schools were selected from 156 students through the Oxford University rapid admission test (oqpt). Participants were randomly divided into two groups: the experimental group (e.g.   =   38) and the control group (CG)   =   38). All participants were given a vocabulary test as a pretest before treatment. During treatment, eg learners were asked to use computer enhanced flash card software programsr laptops, mobile phones, or other mobile devices at their discretion. By using the program, they could access and utilize a variety of flashcards on many subject matters such as languages, geography, math, and science as well as construct their own flashcards for multiple practices. The CG, on the other hand, was taught through traditional teaching without any CALL tools available. At the termination of the intervention, the vocabulary test was employed as a posttest to both groups to assess the learners’ vocabulary enhancement. The EG outperformed the CG. Findings have led to the reasonable interpretation that L2 vocabulary learning was more productive when the CALL-enhanced flashcard program was utilized for the learning processes.

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