An English Language Flipped Classroom Teaching Structure: Impact on Students Interest and Contentment
Author(s):
Hafiz Abdul Quadir
Keywords:
English Language, Flipped Classroom, Student interest, Teaching structure.
Abstract
A rising number of instructors are integrating the flipped study hall idea into their homeroom guidance. This instructive procedure blends video-based learning beyond the study hall with intuitive gathering learning exercises inside the homeroom to give a thorough growth opportunity. The motivation behind the ongoing review is to research the effect of the flipped homeroom approach on understudies' study hall contribution with regards to English language preparing. An EFL Flipped Classroom Teaching Model (EFL-FCTM) was proposed with the goal of examining the impact on graduate students' higher-demand thinking capacities (HOTS), responsibility, and contentment with English as a resultant language. This survey was a result of this. As a result, it examined the relationship between high-demand cognitive abilities and responsibility as well as overall happiness with the work.
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Unique Paper ID: 154948

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 12

Page(s): 859 - 562
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