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Title: Invastigating teacher's and students' attitudes towards the role of intensive reading in enhancing EFL students creative writing
Other Titles: the case of third year LMD english students at Larbi Ben M'Hidi universty Oum-El-Bouaghi
Authors: Boukhari, Sarra
Guerfi, Soraya
Keywords: Enseignement langue (anglais) : EFL
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: university of Oum-El-Bouaghi
Abstract: This present study aims at investigating the teachers' and students' attitudes towards the role of intensive reading inenhancing students' creative writing. It is an attempt to determine the relationship between reading and writing skills. Therefore, the main concern is to find out how 3rd year LMD english students develop their ability to be more creative through careful reading .On the other hand, we want to shed light on the uses of readings to carry out writing tasks, and the ways in which students go through different steps to analyze the texts and reflect that in their writings. To reach such aim, two questionnaires were administered to both teachers and students from the department of english at Larbi Ben M'Hidi university. The students' questionnaire was given to third year students of english chosen randomly from four groups of science language during the academic year 2014/2015. Teachers' questionnaire was addressed to eleven written expression teachers to check their responses concerning their students' ability to do an analytical reading of different texts to benefit from it in writing different genres. The results obtained from both questionnaires in this research confirmed positively the hypothesis that intensive reading contributes in enhancing EFL students' creative writing. They also revealed that there is an undeniable influence of depth reading on the students' creativity and quality of writings that goes far beyond academic writing.
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