Impact of Distance Learning on the English Language Learning Process

Hanan Ismail K Kutubkhanah Alsaied


Interaction plays a critical role in processing data utilized for language learning. The outcome of a learning system depends on the learner's level of knowledge of a second foreign language (L2). The study uses a primary qualitative approach, working with data from primary sources in the form of open-ended questions. The use of primary research methods in this study was important because it allowed for a better understanding of the impact of distance education on English language learning (concerning Arab learners). This study used the main qualitative research methods and the case study method as a research tool because this method allows qualitative data to be collected, investigated, and calculated combined. In addition, the open-ended questions allowed participants to share their experiences of the impact of distance education on English language learning (applied to Arabic learners). The results of the qualitative research also revealed the challenges teachers face when innovating in online foreign language teaching, including, but not limited to, difficulties related to broadband access, accessibility, LMS connectivity issues, and appropriate assessment tools. The study results also showed that teachers would like more in-service training and preparation courses on the effective use of innovations and the application of unique applications in online teaching.

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