From Multimodal Learning to MimicryLearning: The Study on the Impact of Multimedia (Multimodal) Learning on the Vocabulary Achievement of the EFL Deaf Students

Hadi Yaghoubi Nezhad, Isa Atarodi, Maryam Khalili


The present study investigates the possible relationship between the multimedia (multimodal) learning and the lexical (vocabulary) achievement of the hard of hearing students in the first grade of junior high school in Qom province, Iran. With regard to the fact that we are living in the digital age, or in the technology era, the impact of media or technology on every aspect of our life cannot be disregarded. There is a rich literature on the parts that technology and computer play in our life. Actually we have been bombarded with the technology thereby at times knowing the importance of the computer and technology has raised many crucially important questions such as "Are computers of hindrance or assistance?" The result of the present study on the vocabulary achievement shows that there is a difference therefore, meaningful difference, between the effects of multimodal learning and the vocabulary learning of the students. It displayed that teaching vocabulary through multimedia can substantially influence their learning.

Keywords: multimedia, hard of hearing students

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