Arab World English Journal (AWEJ) Special Issue on CALL Number 8. July 2022                       Pp.330-340
DOI: https://dx.doi.org/10.24093/awej/call8.22

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Towards an Advanced Interactive E-learning for the Language 

  Mohammed Abou Adel
Faculty of Arabic & Literature, Department of Humanities, College of Law
Al-Yamamah University – Al Riyadh – Saudi Arabia
E-mail: m_aboadel@yu.edu.sa

 

Received:03/15/2022             Accepted:07/04/2022            Published:07/28/2022

 

Abstract:
This research aims to create a smart electronic course, which simplifies the information, and reduces the time and effort in acquiring it actively and interactively, with the implicit message that all courses should be updated and improved to a modern ornament that suits the learner’s psychology, inclinations, and possibilities. It also meets the needs of this era and the rapid technological revolution. The significance of the study lies in introducing a pioneering and modern experience that adopted interactive e-learning at Al Yamamah University to use it in teaching languages for native speakers and non-native speakers. Therefore, the main question that this study attempts to answer is: How do we match the digital transformation in language education in a procedural and innovative way? The research includes an explanation of the mechanism of cognitive content management in interactive classes, which is based on a long-standing teaching principle of the art of posting questions. Such a course reinforces the ability of e-learning and explains how to create a smart course by focusing on the mechanism of designing interactive classes, submitting assignments electronically in the modern ways, conducting electronic tests with warning of the process of transition to electronic teaching, and defining its advantages compared to traditional teaching.
Keywords: Distance learning; Electronic learning; Interactive learning; Smart courses; University education development

Cite as:  Abou Adel, M.  (2022).  Towards an Advanced Interactive E-learning for the Language.  Arab World English Journal
(AWEJ) Special Issue on CALL (8).
330-340.
DOI: https://dx.doi.org/10.24093/awej/call8.22

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Received: 03/15/2022 
Accepted: 07/04/2022  
Published: 07/28/2022
https://dx.doi.org/10.24093/awej/call8.22  

Dr. Mohammed Abolu Ade (Associate professor), Department of humanities, He has academic teaching experience of more than ten years, published more than (15) research papers in a refereed scientific journals, as well as (4) books. ORCiD ID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-7987-5464