Suggestions on Artificial Intelligence-Assisted Tools for Teaching and Learning English Writing Skills

Abstract

With the rapid advancements of technology in the 21st century, artificial intelligence (AI) has a place in many facets of our lives, including education. In recent years, AI-powered technologies have demonstrated significant improvements in teaching and learning, particularly in the growth of writing abilities. AI tools have the potential to boost critical thinking abilities, promote student engagement, identify areas for growth, and deliver individualized feedback. Many educators are now able to use AI-assisted tools to support students in strengthening their writing skills thanks to the growing integration of technology in education. This research paper aims to explore the potential of AI-based tools and provide suggestions on the effective utilization of AI-assisted tools to enhance the teaching and learning of English writing skills. Additionally, it emphasizes how AI-assisted tools can promote self-directed learning by allowing students to practice and refine their writing skills independently. The report also addresses potential drawbacks and challenges with AI tools, including over-reliance, ethical considerations, and restrictions on dealing with higher-order writing skills.



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Tran Ngoc Ha, Ho Chi Minh City University of Foreign Languages – Information Technology (HUFLIT), Vietnam

Paper Information
Conference: ACEID2024
Stream: Innovation & Technology

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To cite this article:
Ha T. (2024) Suggestions on Artificial Intelligence-Assisted Tools for Teaching and Learning English Writing Skills ISSN: 2189-101X – The Asian Conference on Education & International Development 2024 Official Conference Proceedings https://doi.org/10.22492/issn.2189-101X.2024.51
To link to this article: https://doi.org/10.22492/issn.2189-101X.2024.51


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