|Title:||An Assesment Of The Practiceof Teaching Listening In Efl Private Classroom: Focus On Grade Ten|
|Keywords:||In this study an attempt was made to assess|
|Publisher:||Addis Ababa University|
|Abstract:||In this study an attempt was made to assess the practices of teaching listening skills in English Language classrooms in two private high schools in Addis Ababa in grade 10.The researcher focused mainly on teachers’ practices in the three stages of listening, contribution on students’ use of the sub skills of listening while they listen to spoken text, to assess teachers’ practice of using additional materials in the class to make the lesson clearer and asses classroom interaction during listening classes. The required data for the study were collected by using classroom observation, students’ questionnaire, and teachers’ interview. Four classes were observed while teachers wereteaching listening. Each class was observed four times using a structured observation checklist. The questionnaire items were administered only for the students. From 342students,1/3 of them or 120 students filled in the questionnaire. There were only 4 teachers assigned to teach, therefore; smaller sample populations were interviewed. To see the practice teachers using additional materials in the listening class and classroom interaction questionnaire and classroom observation were used. The findings revealed teachers’ poor practice i.e. poor practice of the pre, while and post listening stages. Besides, only very few listening sub-skills were practiced. The interaction of listening class lacks students’ active participation and teachers rarely used additional materials in the listening classes. To this end, appropriate recommendations were suggested for improvement ofteachers’ practice of teachingthelisteningskill.|
|Appears in Collections:||Thesis - Teaching English|
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