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|Title:||Investigating EFL teachers’and students’ attitudes towards the role of cooperative learning technique in boosting students’ learning of phrasal verbs|
|Other Titles:||the case of second year english students at Larbi Ben M’hidi University, Oum-El Bouaghi|
|Publisher:||University of Oum El Bouaghi|
|Abstract:||Most English as a foreign language learners (EFL) express their eagerness to possess a native-like ability to use phrasal verbs in their communication. However, the adoption of these very specific items of the English language seems to be hard task. Hence, what learners actually need is to implement effective techniques which would facilitate the learning of these problematic verbs. The current study seeks to highlight the significance of cooperative learning through investigating both EFL teachers' and students' attitudes towards the role of this technique in boosting students' learning of phrasal verbs. To this end, a descriptive study has been carried out via the administration of two questionnaires to 60 second year students and 20 teachers at Larbi Ben M'hidi University in Oum El Bouaghi. The results obtained from the gathered data show that both teachers and students approve of the use of cooperative learning technique to promote students' learning of phrasal verbs. On this basis, the hypothesis is validated in that foreign English learners need to work with the cooperative learning technique to master phrasal verbs. So, the results go in the direction of the stated hypothesis.|
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