Brain Based Learning and Teacher Education - A Training Program for Developing Listening and Pronunciation Teaching Skills of Prospective EFL Teachers
by Abu Hashem, Hoda M.
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This book represents a study that attempts to investigate the effectiveness of brain based learning in programs of teacher education in the Egyptian context. For doing so, it develops a training program for enhancing listening and pronunciation teaching skills for a sample of 21 prospective EFL teachers in light of the principles and teaching techniques of brain based learning. It adopts the one-group experimental design. It also uses a number of tools: an achievement test, an observation checklist, a listening test, and a pronunciation test. The study results suggested the effectiveness of the proposed training program in developing listening and pronunciation teaching skills of prospective EFL teachers in light of brain based learning.Therefore, a number of conclusions were reached, and suggestions for further research were presented.
Abu Hashem, Hoda M.
PhD in Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL), Women's College, Ain Shams University, Egypt, 2011. She obtained her Masters' degree in English Language Teaching from the same College in 2007. She is currently working as a lecturer of TEFL, ESP, and EFL in different Egyptian universities.
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LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
31 May 2012
0.22 x 0.15 x 0.026 m; 0.721 kg