Roundtable Technique and its Correlation with EFL Preparatory School Students' Achievement in Writing Hortatory Exposition Text
Foreign language instruction methodology has been varying over the years; however, there is no one single best technique to use in teaching English as a foreign language. The best language teaching method depends on several issues such as: learners’ levels, learning processes, teacher competencies, and the aims of learning. The present study aims at investigating the effectiveness of using Roundtable Technique for teaching Hortatory Exposition Text (HET) to preparatory school students through:
1.Finding the average level of the fifth year-scientific preparatory school students' achievement in writing HET.
2.Finding whether there is any significant difference between the achievement of the experimental group and that of the control group, in writing HET.
3.Finding whether there is any significant difference between the students' achievement in writing HET at the recognition level and that at the production level, of the posttest
Taha, Wassan Amer and Majeed, Nahida Taha
"Roundtable Technique and its Correlation with EFL Preparatory School Students' Achievement in Writing Hortatory Exposition Text,"
Journal of STEPS for Humanities and Social Sciences: Vol. 2
, Article 49.
Available at: https://doi.org/10.55384/2790-4237.1277
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