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Title: Teaching writing to non-native English speakers at medical colleges using digital technology
Authors: Горжуй, Дмитро Сергійович
Horzhui, D.
Issue Date: 9-Dec-2023
Publisher: Brussels, Belgium
Citation: Horzhui D. Teaching writing to non-native english speakers at medical colleges using digital technology / D. Horzhui // Advanced technologies for the implementation of new ideas : proceedings of the I International Scientific and Practical Conference, Brussels, Belgium, January 9-12, 2024. – Brussels, 2023. – P. 234–236.
Abstract: English writing skills are essential for medical professionals, regardless of their native language. Non-native English speakers in medical colleges may face challenges in expressing themselves clearly and accurately, which can negatively impact their academic progress and future professional success. Therefore, it is crucial to provide effective writing instruction to these students. Digital technology can enhance writing instruction and provide non-native English speakers with the necessary tools to improve their writing skills.. One of the significant benefits of using digital technology in teaching writing is that it enhances language learning. With the help of online tools and resources, students can practice their writing skills in a more interactive and engaging manner. These tools provide instant feedback, which helps students identify their mistakes and improve writing skills.
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