A Comparative Study Effects of Cooperative and Traditional Teaching Methods on Learning English Sixth Grade Students in Abadeh Tashk

By Sheykhali, Vali; Afsha, Jahangir Mehr et al. | International Journal of Education and Management Studies, December 2014 | Go to article overview

A Comparative Study Effects of Cooperative and Traditional Teaching Methods on Learning English Sixth Grade Students in Abadeh Tashk


Sheykhali, Vali, Afsha, Jahangir Mehr, Rezaian, Firouz, International Journal of Education and Management Studies


When science and human knowledge at incredible speed growth and development and leads us into the world of advanced technology. A way of improvement to walk in the broad field of education and productive work is NB To achieve this, in addition to providing educational materials for students, Should also be noted individual differences and new ways of teaching new methods of teaching The model of teaching is good and can teach a model for the transfer of all materials used. As this may cause. Students with learning difficulties to be faced. Teaching model is a tool for communicating with others. A device that can be mass opinion and ideas and materials with a simple problem, it is stated that the learning environments teachers leam a variety of teaching models and between the models, the best model is selected to teach a particular subject. When a teacher teaches a small number of patterns to choose from and provided he is able to select a model below But if he is selected to hear a variety of patterns to determine the appropriate model will be the subject of further This makes the students better leam course materials and a variety of teaching methods to relieve students will be cut. Unfortunately, it is observed that some teachers are using only one teaching method leads to fatigue and lack of motivation in students reinforcing. (Courier 1999) Construction of any country depends on the level and quality of education that is taught in centers and infrastructure in educational institutions, especially in basic education preschool poured. In this line of research in developed countries has an important role to this end, to raise the educational level and its application in research should be done to improve the level of education of the educational accelerated if It is possible, or even less. Any one of the language skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing) in the next stage of learning English is influenced And problems such as academic failure, feelings of dislike of school children provides the basis dropouts Teaching English in primary school children to develop their vocabulary, develop basic concepts of speech, good hearing and good speech is preparation Children are different in terms of quality learning. Although these differences stem partly hereditary, but largely to environmental factors such as selection of optimal teaching method is. (1991 Vintakol, Quoted Mofiddi, 2005).Students' success or failure largely depends on the quality of teaching and teachers. Teachers and teachers regarding the content may take a variety of approaches to teaching among these methods; both traditional and participatory teaching methods are most commonly used. Teaching methods have strengths and weakness of each of the usually due to one or more of several methods may be used in combination. The traditional method for learning the best efforts of teachers to students is that Teacher decision-making authority for the presentation and exercises. Students should be in this post, so the listener is not responsible for students and their input in decision making and provide and recitation is not used. This method is called teacher-centered.Participatory teaching methods for teachers to help students practice in making decisions and solving exercises will do the presentation. Students will be given the responsibility of students and parents participate in teaching and learning. This method is called student-centered.Given that human beings always seek the best ways to leam. And so far comprehensive study on the comparison of two methods of learning English has been made. The researcher believes that these two methods are compared in learning English and introduce best practices. The variables studied in this research are Include traditional teaching methods, participatory teaching and learning methods, and most important component variables of the way education is taught. Indeed, participatory methods as a means to strengthen thinking skills and enhance learning, teaching systematic remedial or special education And means to improve the relationship between students of different races together and preparing students Role playing and cooperative group activities to be remembered. …

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