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Effective use of technology in language teaching depends on the role and content of the materials used and how they interact with each student's language learning experience. Incidentally, the present generation of students, being digitally-literate finds anything to do with the internet generally attractive. Students' normal interests in browsing the internet can be fruitfully tapped for a variety of language learning purposes and also to ensure a higher degree of motivation and participation. This paper aims at reporting and sharing a systematically developed and successfully executed ICT-integrated language lesson delivered at English Language Centre, Nizwa College of Technology under the guidance of The Consultant-E Online Training and Development Consultancy, Spain. This paper demonstrates how various ICT tools can be incorporated in teaching academic writing.


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