An Evaluation Of Tenth Grade Efl Students Reading Attitudes In Light Of Corona Virus In Jordan

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Ganmah Modhi Hmaid Alzawaidah


This study aimed at investigating an evaluation of Tenth Grade EFL students reading attitudes in light of Coronavirus in Jordan. The study tried to answer the following questions:

What are EFL students’ reading attitudes in light of Coronavirus?

The participants of the study consisted of 32 seventh grade students from RasmAlhisan Mixed Basic School at Al-Mafraq, during the second semester of the scholastic year 2017/2018. The participants of the study were of two groups: Group one consisted of (16) students and group two consisted of (16) students. The pre-test and post-test were of two parts; a speaking and listening tests that examined students’ ability to interact appropriately in communicative settings and a questionnaire.

To assess the investigating  an evaluation Action Pack Series in light of the learning styles. students in both groups sat for a speaking and listening test at the beginning of the first semester of the scholastic year 2021/2022 so as to determine their actual knowledge before starting the experiment. The results of the study indicated that the experimental group performed better than the control group in the fluency aspect due to the new method of teaching. The results of the study showed that the experimental group was more motivated rather than the control group. This might be due to the effect of the learning styles. Accordingly, a set of recommendations were provided at the end of this study.

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