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Title: Improving Students’ Level of English Fluency through Classroom Interaction A Case Study of Second Year, L.M.D. at the English Division in the University of Biskra
Authors: Belamri Houda
Issue Date: 5-Dec-2014
Abstract: This dissertation attempts to investigate classroom interaction as a way that is used to improve students’ level of English fluency. This study is a total of three chapters that are theoretical which consist general overview about teaching English as a Foreign Language and about classroom situation. The main objective of this work is to enable learners to interact in the classroom with their teacher or with their classmates. It presents learners with some interactive activities in order to improve student’s level of English and to develop their interaction ability. The present dissertation based on two questionnaires administered to both teachers and second year L.M.D students at the departments of English at the University of Mohamad Khider Biskra, which we investigate the hypotheses that if the students are given the opportunities for interaction in the classroom their fluency would develop. The results of the study show that most of the teachers and learners believe that the good interaction depends on motivation and on the use of interactive activities such as designing group work that push them to interact with their classmates in order to promote fluency, this analysis showed that both learners and teachers consider classroom interaction as an important strategy in improving students level of English.
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