Pedagogical Methods of Teaching ESP and Related ICT Implementation in Higher Education : A Critical Assessment

Houda Kably, Wissam Bitari

Abstract


Education has gone through many changes thanks to technological development. In today’s society, the impact of technology on education has had a profound influence on the three component of a class: pedagogy, professors and students. Over the past few years, there have been a lot of researches that epitomizes the inclusion of ICT in education. The inclusion of ICT in education must be seen from different angles so as to decide in what way ICT can be adopted in teaching. Saying so, Our focus in this paper is to critically and practically assess the extent to which pedagogical methods adopted for teaching English for specific purposes (ESP) in higher education are effective and impacted by the flows of ICT. The present investigation is essentially exploratory in nature in the sense that we rely on a number of case studies targeting basically Mohammed first university in Oujda.

Keywords


ESP-Teaching Methods- Pedagogy- ICT-Higher education- Mohammed First University

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