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The Impact of Instructional Technology on Teaching English in high Secondary School.

The Impact of Instructional Technology on Teaching English in high Secondary School.

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Title: The Impact of Instructional Technology on Teaching English in high Secondary School.
Author: Hashim Homeida, Ahmed
Abstract: This study aims at searching for the trends of the teachers of English language towards using the educational technologies in the secondary schools in Khartoum State and the impact of that upon the students' learning. The researcher applied the descriptive methodology in this study. The means used for data collection are the questionnaire for the teachers of English language in addition to the interview form for the directors of the English language. The target group is composed of the teachers and the directors of the English language in the secondary schools in Khartoum State. The researcher reached to important results among which: 1- The Secondary Schools in Khartoum State lack the technological means and consequently the absence of the practiced training for the teachers in these schools to use these technologies. 2- Weak concern of the Ministry of Education in directing the teachers of English language towards using the educational technologies in teaching this subject. In the light of these results the researcher presents the important recommendations of which: 1- It is necessary for the concerned bodies to give more attention to the importance of the educational technologies and schedule training courses for the teachers in this field. 2- It is important to establish lingual teachers and laboratories in the domain of the English language at the secondary schools in Khartoum State. 3- It is significant to avail specialized technical coders in the field of producing, operating and maintaining the educational technologies at the secondary schools
URI: http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/handle/123456789/11995
Date: 2015-06-14


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