The Relationship between Teaching Method, Gender, and EFL Learner’s Command of Productive Skills | Rahimipoor | Nova Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences

The Relationship between Teaching Method, Gender, and EFL Learner’s Command of Productive Skills

Saeid Rahimipoor, Lida Kheirisatar

Abstract


All models of cooperative learning utilize the basic elements of Positive interdependence individual accountability, collaborative/social skills, and group processing. The teacher's role changes from being in front of the learners doing most of the talking to becoming a facilitator who guides learner's Learning in both academic and social realm (Jones, et al., 1994). Such new views of learning have no room in teaching EFL in our classrooms especially in Kuwait schools. Iranian students' poor command of the English language in Kuwait from both Career viewpoint and that of academic is a matter of concern in and around Iran education system. For this reason, the researcher has done an experimental research to show the impact of interactive methodology of EFL with regard to gender on Iranian Guidance students` performance on the English language productive skills

Keywords: Gender, Teaching method, performance


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