This time line is about the history of CALL Development.
In this era, the aims at teaching language skills in an integrated fashion, is the valid form of computer use for language teaching purposes.
The second phase of CALL was based on the communicative approach to teaching which became prominent in the 1970s and 80s. Proponents of this approach felt that the drill and practice programs of the previous decade did not allow enough authentic communication to be of much value. At that time, the content was focused and grammar was believed to be taught implicitly
The first phase of CALL, conceived in the 1950s and implemented in the 1960s and '70s, was based on the then-dominant behaviorist theories of learning. This is the first CALL was found and being implemented. In other side, Drill and practice type software was mainly present at the time of Behavioral CALL,