An Investigation on the Effectiveness of the Drama Method of English Major Students in Studying Listening Skills at Ho Chi Minh City University of Industry and Trade
Keywords:EFL classroom, Motivation, enhancement, effectiveness
This research investigates how incentives might be used to build pedagogical decision-making skills in EFL classroom environments. It examines how the effectiveness of drama methods can revolutionize teaching and learning English as a foreign language in EFL classrooms. The study's data, which involved using a creative theater technique to intervene in required and prescribed EFL curriculum and pedagogy with English major students who struggled with English listening abilities, is used in this report. The four main categories of thematic themes addressed are: enhancing learner-to-learner interaction, motivating students, and introducing new or altering methods. To compare motivation and the traditional methods, data from 60 English major freshman students in two classrooms was gathered through questionnaire surveys. The researcher used a qualitative and quantitative approach to analyze 60 survey subjects in this study. The results show the effectiveness of using the drama method to help students study English listening skills better. Based on the study’s findings, the researcher suggests how lecturers and teachers might use drama to create efficient teaching and learning strategies for English listening skills.
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