Dr. Marvin Wacnag Lidawan
English Language Faculty
English Language Institute (ELI) for Colleges and Institutes
Royal Commission for Jubail, Jubail Industrial City
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
DOI: 10.24113/ijellh5142 https://doi.org/10.24113/ijellh5142
Primarily, this features surveyed several countries’ educational institutions’ approaches in adopting instructive reforms attuned with their available Information and Communication Technology (ICT) resources. Furthermore, it highlights several researchers’ findings regarding these tools’ breakthroughs such as original multi-media tools and forms as additionally incorporated inputs. Likewise, this reveals studies that emphasize on these resources’ multiple significance towards general areas of disciplines represented specifically by English language education, Moreover, this elaborates simplified activities that educators can resourcefully frame or pattern when forms of these contemporary materials are integrated in English language teaching associating digital taxonomy with students’ real-life environmental involvement for the enhancement of order thinking skills. In conjunction with this concept, it is observed that ICTs tend to effectively propel viewing, listening, speaking, reading and writing skills in which appropriate language elements are functionally manipulated. Finally as an overall context, this paper highlights curricular changes through their proliferation to reflect how course developers’ innovative concepts refurbish further guidelines or standards adhering to the fact that they tend to be valuable facilitators of global education.
Keywords: ICT, ICT Educational Reforms, ICT English Language, Multi-media Instructions, Mass media and Technology, Digital Taxonomy, Educational Innovation in ICT