The impact of technology on teaching and teaching English to elementary school students


  • İsa Erbas PhD, Department of Education and English Language, University College Bedër, Tirana- Albania
  • Ramadan Çipuri PhD, Department of Journalism and Communication, University of Tirana, Tirana –Albania
  • Altjon Joni MA, Tirana- Albania


education, elementary school students, English, teaching, technology impact


This study reveals the impact of technology on teaching and teaching English to elementary school students, and shows how technology can help the process teaching and learning. The aim of the study is to show the importance of technology and to present the main points of teaching with technology. To have a wider understanding about the topic a survey and the overall observation is conducted in three elementary schools. The data are collected by using qualitative and quantitative research methods, using questionnaires with 400 elementary school students and the observations in the classrooms. The study was completed using primary data which were the questionnaires and the secondary data which were books, journals, articles and different websites. This study provides important information about teaching English with technology and how to integrate technology in everyday teaching. It helps teachers and educators understand technology and improve teaching.


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How to Cite

Erbas, İsa, Çipuri, R., & Joni, A. (2021). The impact of technology on teaching and teaching English to elementary school students. Linguistics and Culture Review, 5(S3), 1316-1336.



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