The Role of Online Teaching on The Perception of the Saudi High School Teachers During COVID -19 Pandemic

Abstract

The learning of English as a foreign language is a key aspect in the state of Saudi since learning a foreign language gives you an edge obtaining to create job and academic opportunities. The purpose of this research is to explore the Saudi secondary school teachers’ comprehension about the role of online teaching during COVID-19 pandemic. To this end, a semi-structured interview was applied to the Saudi high school language teachers. The findings highlight the instructors’ understanding, as well as the interactive role of the tasks in their online teaching, and the alternatives provided to different learning styles. Furthermore, the findings promote students’ learning and encourage teachers to diversify the pedagogical techniques they employ with their students. The findings demonstrate that, in addition to the impact that the latter has on students, their learning styles, and the value of the resource chosen for use, its support for learning, the teacher’s role, and its teaching approach.

Citation:Turky Al-Shaikhi  (2021) The Role of Online Teaching on The Perception of the Saudi High School Teachers During COVID -19 Pandemic, International Journal of English Language Teaching, Vol.9, No.5, pp.12-20

Keywords: COVID-19 pandemic, EFL Teachers, Online high school, Perception, Saudi high school instructors, online learning

Article Review Status: Published

Pages: 12-20 (Download PDF)

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