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Teachers' and Students' Attitudes Toward the Use of Music in UAE English Language Classrooms
Much research stresses the value of music and its usefulness in language learning, but casual observation suggests that music is seldom used in university and secondary school English classes in government schools in the ...
L2 Teachers' Perception Towards the Use of Computers in L2 Language Instruction
The way people communicate with others, conduct research, and gather information has changed due to the dramatic changes in computer technology. Computers have become prevalent everywhere and their presence in schools has ...
Investigating Oral Presentation Skills and Non-Verbal Communication Techniques in UAE Classrooms
English language instruction encourages students to express their ideas and thoughts through oral reports and presentations. Skilful teachers can, therefore, inspire their students to communicate effectively when they ...
UAE English Skills: A Textbook Evaluation
National English textbooks are considered to be the main element of the English language curriculum at government schools in the UAE. Tens of thousands of students studying at these schools depend on national textbooks for ...
Teachers' and Students' Practices and Attitudes Toward Arabic (L1) Use in ELT
The debate over whether or not English language classrooms should include the students' first language has been a controversial issue for a long time. Findings in research reveal two opposing views: On one end of the ...