CREATED ON 10th September 2017
COMPLETED ON 17th September 2017
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"Exploring the Impact of Using Technology in the Skills Development of ESL/EFL Learners".

you need to read 15 articles; out of 15, 12 of them must be peer reviewed articles in journals, and 2 of them can be gray literature. Remember gray literature might be reports published by a teachers’ association. For example the Alberta Teachers’ Association British Columbia Teacher Federation-BCTF California Association Bilingual Education-CABE
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