Importance Of Drama In Teaching English

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CHAPTER 3 METHODOLOGY In chapter 2, the key theoretical and empirical perspectives on the benefits and obstacles of using drama in teaching English and kinds of drama have been reviewed. Investigating students’ and teachers’ attitudes towards using drama on English learning at TDC, the study is mainly based on the questionnaire and open-ended questions given to the school’s full-time sophomores and TDC teacher interviews . This chapter describes the methodology employed in the research project. 3.1 Research questions In order to achieve the overall objectives of the study, two questions guide this study: (1) What are the English majored sophomores’ and teachers’ attitudes towards using drama on English language learning? Two sub-questions are also addressed…show more content…
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