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Oct 23, 2021 10:10 AM - 10:40 AM(Asia/Ho_Chi_Minh)
20211023T1010 20211023T1040 Asia/Ho_Chi_Minh AN INVESTIGATION OF THE EFFICIENCY OF SYNCHRONOUS AND ASYNCHRONOUS ONLINE-LEARNING MODELS ON ENGLISH LEARNERS AT VINH UNIVERSITY

Online learning environments are getting more frequent in teaching and learning than ever before. Online learning environments provide flexibility and offer students personalized learning opportunities. Synchronous and asynchronous learning technologies are the two most common online learning models. Asynchronous means that there is no set time for the learning to be occurring. Synchronous e-learning is related to structure and time-bound activities offered through web conferencing and chatting options. This paper aims to investigate the efficiency of both types on the English learners' studying result. The data were collected from 220 second-year students at the Foreign Language Department of Vinh university. The findings showed that more than 65% of students were found to have a greater interest in synchronous online learning environments because they prefer face-to-face instruction. For other students, an asynchronous online learning environment provides more time to consider all sides of an issue before offering their own educated input.

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Online learning environments are getting more frequent in teaching and learning than ever before. Online learning environments provide flexibility and offer students personalized learning opportunities. Synchronous and asynchronous learning technologies are the two most common online learning models. Asynchronous means that there is no set time for the learning to be occurring. Synchronous e-learning is related to structure and time-bound activities offered through web conferencing and chatting options. This paper aims to investigate the efficiency of both types on the English learners' studying result. The data were collected from 220 second-year students at the Foreign Language Department of Vinh university. The findings showed that more than 65% of students were found to have a greater interest in synchronous online learning environments because they prefer face-to-face instruction. For other students, an asynchronous online learning environment provides more time to consider all sides of an issue before offering their own educated input.

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Foreign Languages Department, Vinh University
Mrs. Linh Le
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Đại học Vinh
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