The Effect of Communicative Games on Developing Intermediate School Students Pronunciation Performance
This study aims to reveal the effect of communication games on developing intermediate students' pronunciation. To achieve this aim, a quasi-experimental design was used. A pretest and a posttest were used to collect the data. A selected communication games were used to training the students to develop their pronunciation performance. The participants were 68 male students from second grade intermediate school in Baghdad. The results revealed that there is no statistical significance difference between the mean scores of the students in the experimental and control groups due to the teaching method. The researcher suggested to expose students to electronic communication games that provide the sound of the word from a native source.
Hameed, Yaareb Qahtan
"The Effect of Communicative Games on Developing Intermediate School Students Pronunciation Performance,"
Journal of STEPS for Humanities and Social Sciences: Vol. 1
, Article 45.
Available at: https://doi.org/10.55384/2790-4237.1107
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