International Journal of English Language and Linguistics Research (IJELLR)

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Online Learning and Its Effects on Students’ Writing Skills


As a side effect of the emergency transition to remote online learning, all schools’ students and universities have stopped teaching in classroom settings in mid-March 2020 and began using internet platforms to deliver online learning activities. Teachers and students communicate through chat, video calls, or emails. The government also launched educational television programming as an alternative for students who do not have access to the internet. Online learning is becoming more popular. However, there are problems with students’ perseverance and achievement. Many learners can’t study well in difficult situations like a pandemic. So, we need to think about learning strategies that give all students chances to achieve specific goals when they’re studying at home. Writing in a foreign language is hard. This study looks at how online self-learning helps students. It checks their writing and they adjust their learning. They learn to write better. The aim of this study is to show how online learning enhances writing skills.

Keywords: Learning, Students' Writing Skills, online

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