Challenges in Using Digital Multimodality to Teach Grammar

Ledy Nurlely


The integration of digital multimodality in grammar education brings forth a progressive approach aimed at enhancing instructional engagement and understanding. This article investigates the intricate challenges associated with this endeavour. While digital tools and resources amplify grammar instruction through interactive experiences, obstacles emerge. These challenges encompass limited technology access and resource availability, inadequate teacher preparation, and curriculum time constraints. Additionally, addressing diverse learning needs, cultural nuances, and ensuring pedagogical continuity present further complexities. By recognizing these challenges as pivotal points for development, this study underscores the importance of research and ongoing professional growth to surmount obstacles. Amidst these challenges, the potential for innovative pedagogical insights and customized strategies emerges, emphasizing the need for a comprehensive approach to overcome these hurdles and achieve effective grammar education through digital multimodality.

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