ANALYZING THE EFL TEACHER'S PERCEPTION TOWARDS TEACHING VOCABULARY USING WORD GAMES THROUGH A QUALITATIVE STUDY
Author(s):
SYED ABID SHAH, DR. MOHAMMAD SALEEM
Keywords:
Vocabulary, EFL teaching, Perception, Teaching, Word Games
Abstract
It's crucial to help kids learn English vocabulary, yet doing so may be difficult. They don't want to study vocabulary because it's too difficult for them, and they think language courses are boring and uninteresting. Vocabulary acquisition is a challenge for English language students. Learning a language is made more difficult when one lacks vocabulary. Incorporating technology like as digital storytelling, with its interaction, is one method to pique learners' interest in acquiring vocabulary and keep them engaged. Students in junior high schools are more interested in playing games than listening to their teacher's explanation, thus word games may be the answer to teaching vocabulary. When it comes to language games, instructors don't always use them to educate their pupils since it takes too much time and is tough for them to manage a large class. However, this should not be at the expense of instructing pupils; rather, instructors should make use of language games to engage them in the learning process and keep them engaged. Previously, handling pupils was simple, and they devoted more time to studying rather than playing games. However, modern technology has replaced the old teaching method, in which instructors mostly taught from textbooks or a whiteboard. However, kids in the present age are increasingly inclined toward video games and other forms of technology, thus educators should adapt their teaching methods to fit their students' preferences. The goal of this research is to find out how teachers feel about utilizing word games to teach vocabulary.
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Unique Paper ID: 153134

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 5

Page(s): 660 - 664
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