Document Type : Primary Research paper
Research Scholar, English Department, Koneru Lakshmaiah Education Foundation, Vaddeswaram, Andhra Pradesh, India&Assistant Professor of English, Bapatla Engineering college, Bapatla, India
Associate Professor of English, Communication & Soft Skills Department, Koneru Lakshmaiah Education Foundation, Vaddeswaram, Andhra Pradesh, India
Owing to abrupt closer of educational institutions due to Coronavirus, teachers have adapted online teaching. In Indian context,teachers too have faced challenges to deliver curriculum using digital platforms - particularly teaching English language online. The purpose of this paper is to update new digital teaching- learning strategies to improve English language skills of the undergraduates. For this purpose, a questionnaire on digital language learning was administrated to 200 second year undergraduate students. A pre-test, training programme and post-test were conducted to make investigation authentic. The researchers have conducted intensive training forfifty(experimental group) studentsfor15 days through digital platforms with student-centric activities aiming to improve English language skills. Students have been introduced several online resources to develop English language skills apart from curriculum which draw their interest to self-learning after the class. At the end of the training period, theresearchers have found noticeable improvement among students in English language skills.