Enhancing Listening and Speaking Skills of Graduate Students through the Digital Platform: A Review
This research describes a virtual architecture with embedded pedagogical agents for enhancing graduate learners' listening and speaking skills. In addition to official graduate programmes, graduate students are expected to build abilities in oral and written communication and collegial relationships. In higher education, there appears to be an expectation that students acquire professional skills through completing prescribed academic work and interacting with other students and instructors. Critics of online education wonder whether online graduate students can fully participate in such graduate groups and access these informal chances for professional skill development. Creating and implementing such activities for online graduate students may be necessary. This study attempted to improve college graduates' speaking and listening abilities using digital platforms. The present study revealed that digital platforms have a significant role in enhancing the English proficiency of graduate students. The modern digital era has spawned countless international corporations and emerging firms. With the availability of virtual classrooms, students can keep practising their speaking and listening skills even after class has ended. These flexible solutions let students take practice outside of the classroom and into student-driven learning centres, create asynchronous activities, and more. Having students record themselves (either on video or just audio) allows them to hone their listening skills and helps them better understand and interpret the spoken word.