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Developing Communicative and Thinking Skills via Electronic Mail

TESOL Journal Volume 4, Number 2, ISSN 1949-3533


Describes a secondary school language teacher's use of electronic mail and an electronic bulletin board system to conduct several classes for multinational students of English at Hong Kong International School. Student assignments, student assessment, the development of communication and thinking skills, and unexpected difficulties involving electronic communication are discussed. (two references) (MDM)


Kroonenberg, N. (1995). Developing Communicative and Thinking Skills via Electronic Mail. TESOL Journal, 4(2), 24-27. Retrieved April 24, 2019 from .

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