The paper discussed communication based learning techniques where the feedback of students is very important. In the paper, it is mentioned that “it is based on educational, psychological and linguistic assumptions as well as teaching and learning theories”. The research highlighted that conventional learning methods were not that communicative, compared to current methods. That is why new methods are more effective. Richardson (1997) pointed out that the information acquired from traditional teaching, if acquired at all, is usually not well incorporated with other knowledge held by the students’. Through constructivism, this study’s teachers and students communicate with each other to get ready for their curriculum, where knowledge acquisition is: ‘active and strategic, dependent on many factors, including troubles of understanding, diversity of skills, learning styles and interests, curriculum as bridge between learners and teachers’ (Terwel 1999, 196).In the research paper, six learners completed the questionnaire while two males and two females participated in the group interview for about 85 minutes. Qualitative data were analyzed through explanation-building about each case. Also in the research, many findings of students’ view came out. For instance, one student believed in CLT and said ‘I prefer an interactive communicative model’ which involved several principles. Another opinion was “students should learn how to use appropriate language in different social settings: ‘Communicative for me is taking a language point, giving people a context in which they can use it.” Another student focused on the importance of educating students on how to use correct language: ‘There are techniques of doing things that looking a bit rough and there are ways of doing things that look quite linguistically and culturally acceptable.Ellen Johanna Helsper & Rebecca Eynon also highlighted the views of students but empirically. The topic of the research is impact of digital easiness among student. The research focused on the digital natives, the net generation, the Google generation of the millennia. All of these factors are being used to point out the importance of current technologies within the lives of new generation people (Gibbons, 2007).In this case as well, a survey was conducted. The sample surveys of students aged 14 years and older were carried out face-to-face. It took the views of
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