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|Title:||From Induction to Teaching ; Accommodating EFL Novice Teachers Challenges A Case Study of Secondary School Teachers At Alcharif Aledressi – M’sila|
|Abstract:||This study seeks to investigate the problems that novice EFL teachers face in their induction period of teaching. In order to gather the intended data , seven EFL novice teachers at Alcharif Aledrissi secondary school in Msila were observed and questioned on a basis of two criteria : (a) 1 - 6 years of teaching experience ,and (b) teaching at secondary level .The data gathered though the questionnaire and classroom observation were transcribed , coded , and categorized under theme of a descriptive study .Subsequently , the findings were interpreted . The findings were organized around our research questions and there appeared four themes: (1) the nature of induction programs and how it can help novice teacher to solve their problems, (2) the common concerns of novice teachers,(3) the common problems and challenges of novice teachers in their early experiences. ( 4) practice to define those problems and give suggestions to solve them . The results revealed that all novice teachers face, especially EFL teachers face real difficulties in their initial teaching , and their induction preparation programs did not adequately respond to their needs. Considering these unsatisfactory results for novice teachers, they should be provided with effective induction programs, methods, and techniques for effective new generation of teachers. Furthermore the research gave some recommendations.|
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