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Title: The Role of Communication Games in Developing Students’ Speaking Skill
Authors: MERDAS Souheir
Issue Date: 4-Dec-2014
Abstract: This research is conducted to investigate the usefulness of communication games in developing students’ speaking skill. One of the most common problems that most students face when learning a language is their inability to speak it. In an attempt to find a solution to this issue, we decided to conduct this study which deals with communication games as a technique that can be used for teaching language learners. Thus, we hypothesized that the use of communication games may enhance students’ speaking skill through involving them in classroom interaction. We have adopted a descriptive methodology of investigation which consists of two questionnaires administered to first year students and their teachers of oral expression at the department of English. The most significant outcomes of our research are the students’ and teachers awareness of the utility and effectiveness of the proposed activities and their readiness to put them into application. Therefore, it has become evident that those communication games play an important role in ameliorating the students’ proficiency of the speaking skill
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