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Pages: 3384-3388
Publication year: 2014
ISBN: 978-84-616-8412-0
ISSN: 2340-1079

Conference name: 8th International Technology, Education and Development Conference
Dates: 10-12 March, 2014
Location: Valencia, Spain

METHODS OF OBSERVATION IN CLASSROOM RESEARCH

C. Fidan

Adiyaman University (TURKEY)
Why do not we use observation methods to create bettered classroom environments for English language learners? In this paper, how four different kinds of observation methods; Open & Focused, Structured & Systematic, can be applied in our language classrooms during our English language teaching process is signified. Whether a well-prepared observation method helps us not only discover, but also solve our English language classroom problems or not, will be discussed. As modern-day language teaching world needs solutions for classroom problems to have more humanistic and authentic classroom environments for learners of English as second language, observation methods are effective tools for teachers to take the right steps in the process of researching their own classroom environments. So, in this paper we can get information about the significance of using four different kinds of observation methods in our classrooms while teaching English as a second language.
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title = {METHODS OF OBSERVATION IN CLASSROOM RESEARCH},
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C. Fidan (2014) METHODS OF OBSERVATION IN CLASSROOM RESEARCH, INTED2014 Proceedings, pp. 3384-3388.
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