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The study aimed to examine the effectiveness of augmented reality in developing English language skills of 10th graders. A descriptive and semi-experimental approach was used on a study sample consisting of (58) tenth-grade students that were distributed into two groups. The experimental group comprised (30) students that were taught using augmented reality, and the control group had (28) students that were taught conventionally. An achievement test was used to measure the students’ performance. The results revealed some statistically significant differences at (0.05≥ɑ) between the mean scores of students in the experimental group and those of the control group. The findings were in favour of the experimental group. Based on the findings, there is a necessity of using augmented reality technology in teaching English Language skills.
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