PARTICIPATORY TECHNIQUES TO ENCOURAGE AND EXPAND THE SCHOLARS’ COLLABORATION IN ELT CLASSROOMS

Nadgob Aztib Atin

Abstract


Participatory techniques are tools, resources and procedures within a given activity, which allows re-investigate and reflect on the practice of all those involved, without losing sight of the new advances in science and technology. The aim of this this research was to offer the teachers of English language some tools to surpass the difficulties that are characteristic of non-participatory methods. Particular recommendations of useful procedures were given with applied instances of activities that can be used in the beginning, intermediate and advanced levels. The students' learning difficulties and the potential education benefits were considered of primordial importance on suggesting methods and exercises.

 

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participatory techniques, meeting class, learning difficulties, teaching methods

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejel.v0i0.79

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