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Title: Teachers’ and Students’ Attitudes towards the use of language games in enhancing EFL students vocabulary knowledge
Other Titles: Case Study: Third year LMD Students 08 MAI 1945 University OF Guelma
Authors: BELAGOUN Houda, MALKI Chaima
Keywords: Attitudes, Language Games, Vocabulary Knowledge, EFL teachers, EFL Students
Issue Date: Jun-2023
Abstract: The most difficult task for EFL students is learning vocabulary. Teachers need to be aware of the strategies they use to help their students. In this regard, integrating language games may be a successful tactic to use. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to investigate teachers’ and students’ attitudes towards the use of language games in enhancing students’ vocabulary knowledge. Thus, it is hypothesized that teachers and students may have positive attitudes towards the current subject. A descriptive quantitative approach is used to accomplish the aforementioned hypothesis; it is based on the analysis of information acquired from two questionnaires addressed to EFL teachers and students at the department of 08 Mai 1945 university of Guelma. The collected findings confirmed the main hypothesis, which implies that EFL teachers and EFL students have positive attitudes toward the use of language games in enhancing students' vocabulary knowledge.
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