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Growing Trends of Using Mobile in English Language Learning


  • Aziz Asma Abdul

    (Department of Humanities, 9 Khwaja Fareed University of Engineering & IT, 10 Rahim Yar Khan, Pakistan)

  • Hassan Mehmood Ul

    (Department of Humanities, Khwaja Fareed University of Engineering & IT, 22 Rahim Yar Khan, Pakistan)

  • Dzakiria Hisham

    (School of Langauge, Civilization and Philosophy, Universiti Utara Malaysia)

  • Mahmood Qaisar

    (School of Langauge, Civilization and Philosophy, Universiti Utara Malaysia)


The study explores growing trends of using mobile in English language learning among higher secondary school learners in Pakistan. A survey is conducted to collect data from randomly selected students in district Okara (Punjab), Pakistan. Questionnaire based on five likert scale used to collect quantitative data. Analysis done on SPSS, to acquire mean score and frequency analysis reveals that higher secondary school students of English have great tendency for using mobile to learn English. Besides Students’ perception as obtained from survey prove that using mobile for English language learning makes their job easy and they are able to develop their listening and communicative habits. Findings of this study also reveal that using mobile for English language learning makes the students, independent and self-evaluator.

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  • Aziz Asma Abdul & Hassan Mehmood Ul & Dzakiria Hisham & Mahmood Qaisar, 2018. "Growing Trends of Using Mobile in English Language Learning," Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, Sciendo, vol. 9(4), pages 235-239, July.
  • Handle: RePEc:vrs:mjsosc:v:9:y:2018:i:4:p:235-239:n:23

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