TITLE

A QUALITATIVE RESEARCH ON THE TEACHING STRATEGIES AND CLASS APPLICATIONS OF THE HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS WHO TEACH ENGLISH IN TURKEY AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE

AUTHOR(S)
Gocer, Ali
PUB. DATE
September 2010
SOURCE
Education;Fall2010, Vol. 131 Issue 1, p196
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Nowadays, whichever position the individuals work in, they feel the need to learn a foreign language even a second foreign language. In parallel with the need for a foreign language, the importance of the foreign language teaching increases. In language teaching, conditions such as the facilities of the environment, learner's features, the social dimension of the learning environment, benefiting from the technological materials in language teaching, teacher qualities, etc. hold great importance. Careful determination of the strategy and the method which will be followed during the learning and teaching process, and making the environment interesting for the students can be shaped with the knowledge and experience of the teachers. For that purpose, the pedagogical background of the teachers holds a great importance in language teaching. In this study, it is aimed to determine the language teaching strategies and class applications of the teachers who teach English as a foreign language in Turkey. Problem (sentence): How are the teaching strategies and class applications of the teachers who teach the English in Turkey as a foreign language? Method and results: In the research, interview and observation methods have been used in the scope of qualitative approach, and it has been tried to obtain certain results.
ACCESSION #
54592245

 

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