The Evolution of Language Learning: Exploring AI's Impact on Teaching English as a Second Language




Language Learning, English as a Second Language (ESL), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Educational Technology, Language Teaching Methods, Adaptive Learning


      The integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) into language education has revolutionized the teaching of English as a Second Language (ESL). This study explores the impact of AI on ESL instruction and investigates how AI-driven technologies enhance language learning outcomes. By analyzing current pedagogical approaches and technological innovations, this research examines how AI augments traditional language teaching methods, providing personalized and adaptive learning experiences for ESL learners.
        AI-based language learning platforms offer interactive modules tailored to individual student needs, creating an immersive and efficient learning environment. Additionally, the use of natural language processing (NLP) and machine learning algorithms enables real-time feedback and assessment, empowering learners to improve their language skills independently. This study critically evaluates the effectiveness of AI-driven tools in addressing linguistic challenges, such as pronunciation, grammar, and comprehension, while also considering their socio-cultural implications in diverse learning contexts.
          By examining the evolving role of AI in ESL education, this research contributes to a comprehensive understanding of the relationship between technology and language pedagogy. The insights from this analysis will inform educators, policymakers, and stakeholders about the potential and limitations of AI in reshaping language acquisition. Ultimately, this exploration advocates for a synergistic approach that harnesses AI's capabilities to optimize ESL instruction while preserving the human elements essential for holistic language learning experiences.


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How to Cite

Konyrova, L. (2024). The Evolution of Language Learning: Exploring AI’s Impact on Teaching English as a Second Language. Eurasian Science Review An International Peer-Reviewed Multidisciplinary Journal, 2(2), 133–138.