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HOW TO ENGAGE STUDENTS IN ONLINE LEARNING – WEB-ENHANCED AND BLENDED ESP CLASSES

HOW TO ENGAGE STUDENTS IN ONLINE LEARNING – WEB-ENHANCED AND BLENDED ESP CLASSES
Iwona Mokwa-Tarnowska
 
Abstract:Greater engagement in educational activities in an e-learning environment developed for an ESP course could be achieved by providing students with web-based authentic materials and by using various techniques arousing participants’ interest. The chosen pedagogical approach, profession-related content, simple structure and navigation should act as engaging stimuli. A well-developed online programme can prepare students for self-directed lifelong learning and for e-learning courses such as MOOCs.
Keywords: engagement, ESP, Moodle, online courses, e-learning
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