ABSTRACT There is growing technological stability in software and hardware of virtual reality and the higher production of their contents. This makes it essential to conduct research on the impacts of language learning in virtual reality to offer technological education directions and guidelines. This research is intended to examine the effectiveness of media effects and memory retention in language learning through computer assistance with more focus on virtual reality. Therefore the research was to answer the question of using VR for learning of the second language. It was assumed that VR has a latent acquisition function for the second language so as to increase retention of memory since it is capable of producing a spatial presence and a greater immersion. Therefore this was an innovative learning method of the second language since learners can subconsciously remember the words and simultaneously ensuring a virtual environment play. Answering this question formed the 199(5). Roussos Maria Johnson Andrew Moher Thomas Leigh Jason Vasilakis Christina & Barnes Craig. (1999). Learning and building together in an immersive virtual world. Presence: Teleoperators & Virtual Environments 8(3) 247-263. Solak Ekrem & Erdem Gamze. (2015). A Content Analysis of Virtual Reality Studies in Foreign Language Education. Participatory Educational Research spi15(2) 21-26. doi:10.17275/per.15.spi.2.3 Swayne M & Messer Andrea. (2011). Juggling languages can build better brains’ on. Science Daily. Warschauer Mark & Healey Deborah. (1998). Computers and language learning: An overview. Language teaching 31(2) 57-71. Waxman Hersholt C & Huang Shwu-Yong L. (1996). Differences in the level of technology use on students' motivation anxiety and classroom learning environment in mathematics. Journal of Educational Technology Systems 25(1) 67-77. Wu Chenghuan & Shaffer David R. (1987). Susceptibility to persuasive appeals as a function of source credibility and prior experience with the attitude object. Journal of personality and social psychology 52(4) 677. [...]
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