Effect of computer assisted language learning on language creativity in relation to cognitive ability
Dr. Ram Mehar, Dr. Anudeep Lehal
The present study investigates the effect of computer assisted language learning on language creativity in relation to cognitive ability. The sample consists of 310 students drawn from VIIth class taken from two different schools of National Capital Region, New Delhi affiliated to Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi. Computer assisted language learning material was prepared and implemented to the experimental group after pre-testing. The gain scores were computed after post test for all the students. The cognitive abilities test was also administered. The obtained data were analyzed statistically with the help of mean, standard deviation, analysis of variance and t-test. An Analysis of Variance (2× 3) was used to arrive at the following conclusions: (i) The achievement of the group taught through computer assisted language learning was much higher than that of conventional method of teaching. (ii)The achievement of high cognitive ability group was found significantly higher than that of average and low cognitive ability group. (iii)There was significant interaction effect of instructional strategies and cognitive ability group on achievement in English.
Dr. Ram Mehar, Dr. Anudeep Lehal. Effect of computer assisted language learning on language creativity in relation to cognitive ability. International Journal of Advanced Educational Research, Volume 3, Issue 2, 2018, Pages 251-260