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English Language Teacher’s Implementation of Effective Teaching Principles in Nablus Schools
This study aimed at identifying the English language teachers’ implementation of effective teaching principles in Nablus schools. To achieve this goal, the study attempted to answer the following questions. 1. What was the ...
Elements of Classroom Interaction in English as Viewed by Secondary Students (Tawjeehi) in the City of Nablus / Palestine
This study investigated the degree of availability of the elements of classroom interaction in English as viewed by Tawjeehi students in Nablus city, Palestine. Moreover, it also sought attempting to find out the statistical ...
English Classroom Environment as Perceived by English Language Teachers in Nablus
This study sought to identify the English classroom environment as perceived by English Language Teachers in Nablus, and to find out the effect of gender, experience, school stage, and academic qualification on the classroom ...
Learning Styles of An-Najah National University Students in Learning English as a Foreign Languageأنماط تعلّم اللغة الإنجليزية لدى طلبة جامعة النجاح الوطنية
This study sought to identify the learning styles used by An-Najah National University students in their learning of English as a foreign language. To this end, the study raised several questions: What are the learning ...
Styles of Learning English by Twjihi Students at Public Schools in Nablus
This study sought to find out the most prevalent English learning styles of tawjihi students at public schools in Nablus. It also endeavored to identify statistical differences in styles of learning English due to sex, ...
The Impact of using Chat on the Students' Achievement in Nablus Schools from the Teachers' Perspectivesأثر استخدام الدردشة على تحصيل الطلبة في محافظة نابلس من وجهة نظر المعلمين
This study aimed at identifying the impact of the use of chatting on the students' achievement as seen by the English language teachers in Nablus schools and finding out whether there were statistically significant differences ...