An Investigation into the Relationship between British Civilization Teachers’ Methodology and Students’ Learning Achievements

  • Ghania OUAHMICHE University of Oran 1 Ahmed Ben Bella - Algeria
  • Safia BENSAAD University of Oran 2 Mohamed Ben Ahmed, Algeria
Keywords: EFL teaching methodologies, British Civilization teachers’ methodology, First year LMD classes

Abstract

Abstract: The purpose behind this investigation is to probe first year LMD teachers’methodology and their students’ learning achievements – at Blida2 University - inthe subject of British Civilization in terms of improving their English languageproficiency and grasping the content of the subject matter simultaneously.Throughout an analytical descriptive study, the focus is made on revealing theinadequacy of the prevailing teaching methodology of British Civilization in termsof being:(1) non-convergent with current EFL teaching methodologies, which stressthe development of language proficiency through interactive communication in thelanguage classroom, and (2) hindering students’ achievements in the subject ofBritish Civilization. This study relies on three research instruments: a questionnairefor first year LMD students, a structured interview for first year LMD teachers ofBritish Civilization besides students’ British Civilization exam papers analysis. Yet,on the basis of literature reading and the results obtained from the study, somerecommendations are made in order to ameliorate the current teaching methodologyof British Civilization course in first year LMD classroom. Thus, students arehopefully expected to improve their English language proficiency and attain theirachievements in British Civilization subject

Published
2016-12-31
How to Cite
OUAHMICHE, G., & BENSAAD, S. (2016). An Investigation into the Relationship between British Civilization Teachers’ Methodology and Students’ Learning Achievements . Traduction Et Langues, 15(01), 1-15. Retrieved from http://www.univ-oran2.dz/revuetranslang/index.php/translang/article/view/98