ICT and Humanistic Paradigms in English Language Teaching: Reflections and Future Directions
Narsimha Kusuma, G. Lakshmi Bhuvaneshwari
ICT, Humanism, Paradigm, Reflection, ELT
Language is the mirror of human life, defining human existence. Man’s personality is conveyed in language. It functions as a cosmic medium similar to the public information society. English and information and communication technology (ICT) have evolved into indispensable tools for a number of everyday non-datum experiences and emotions. Technological advancements have even opened a new chapter in education. Students are not responding well to traditional teaching methods. Technology has become a tool for students to become innovative and a source of motivation for students to learn. to compete with these English-speaking natives. This paper intends to conduct a brief literature review and discuss the shift from the beginning to the complexity paradigm in language teaching and teacher education. It uses the Kuhnian concept of a scientific revolution to present a brief compilation of works related to a paradigm shift in various sciences, including applied linguistics, psychology, and linguistics in particular. The primary goal of the paper is to demonstrate how the complexity paradigm in language teaching and teacher education has developed as a result of paradigm shifts in the social and language sciences.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 9

Page(s): 735 - 740
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