Mobile Apps in the EFL College Classroom


The article shows the advantages of using mobile Apps in language learning, types of language learning Apps, how to search for language Apps, criteria for selecting mobile language Apps, instructional stages with mobile Apps, the instructor’s role and some implications for teaching and learning with mobile Apps.

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Prof. Reima Al-Jarf


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Prof. Reima Al-Jarf (2020). Mobile Apps in the EFL College Classroom. Journal for Research Scholars and Professionals of English Language Teaching, 4(22), -.