The Implementation of Creative Teaching in EFL Classes : A Case Study of the Reading and Writing Modules in the Department of English at MMUTO.
Ben Said, Amel
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This present study is concerned with the issue of Creative Teaching implementation in the reading and writing modules in the department of English at Mouloud Mammeri University of Tizi Ouzou . It investigates the extent to which the reading and writing modules are taught creatively . The work relies on Amabile’s (1992 ) framework about “Creativity Sources” and Sawyer’s “Three Research Traditions of teaching” (2006 ). The research makes use of the mixed method research . It also uses the Quantitative Statistical Procedure for the statistical analysis of the numerical data collected from questionnaires and Qualitative Content Analysis to interpret the qualitative data collected from the interviews .The results of the study reveal that not all of the teachers in charge of the reading and writing modules are acquainted with Creative Teaching despite the fact that they admit its great importance . Yet , this does not mean that Creative teaching has no place in the department of English .In fact , some teachers do perform it . Besides , they follow a set of some interesting and effective techniques , tasks and activities to teach creatively. Moreover, the findings demonstrate some barriers which hinder Creative Teaching ‘ implementation . It is concluded that teachers in charge of the reading and writing modules are still committed to this important method of teaching despite the obstacles .
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