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Journal: International Journal of Education and Practice

Abstract: In this research paper, the author has demonstrated the difference between the traditional ways of teaching English as a foreign language compared to the experimental technique through the use of the action work zones. The experimental stage was carried out during the micro-teaching course and then the student teachers implemented these techniques in their practicum. The participants for this study consisted of 15 student teachers who have recently passed the micro teaching class and 10 traditional teachers. The outcome of this paper shows that the student teachers through the microteaching course developed an ability to transfer not only their knowledge of the subject matter, but also their pedagogical skills in using the whole class presentation followed by group work activities then pair and individual work zones respectively. The finding of this paper testifies that the Kuwaiti Ministry of Education should encourage the proposed model used in the micro teaching and practicum course in which it can take part in student learning process in general and specifically in second language teaching and learning. This papers primary contribution is finding that microteaching is not only valuable for both new and experienced teachers to improve their teaching practices, but also to provide them an opportunity for reinforcing the new information that they learned in the application stage.

Arts and Education

International Journal of Education and Practice

Month: 01-2015 Issue: 1







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