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Radia B. Approaching a Reading Course via Moodle-based Blended Learning: EFL Learners’ Insights . MJLTM 2019; 9 (11)
URL: http://mjltm.org/article-1-555-en.html
University of Constantine -1-, Algeria
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Blended learning where the traditional and the virtual instruction are harmoniously combined offers a learning style that is mostly preferred by students, and assists language teachers. This study purports to investigate students'attitude towards the main characteristics of a blended learning method. To achieve this objective, a quantitative data based study design was carried at the Teacher Training School of Constantine in Algeria on thirty second year university students who enrolled in a blended learning reading instruction course. As they could take advantage of both Moodle e-learning platform and Face-to-Face reading instruction, participants responded to a post evaluation program questinnaire. Getting through students' experience, practitioners may gain a thorough understanding of the main characteristics of this innovative approach to course design. The participants manifested a positive attitude towards blended learning because they experienced an improvement in their reading skills and an increase in their learning motivation. More importantly, their testemonies revealed that this new learning environment enables them to escape from the boundaries of traditional clasroom and to become more responsible about their own learning thanks to the easy access to information.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Blended learning
Received: 2019/09/26 | Accepted: 2019/10/9 | Published: 2019/11/2

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