Author: Bünyamin Celik1
1Department of Languages, Faculty of Education, Ishik University, Erbil, Iraq
Abstract: This research was conducted to indicate the role of drama in foreign language teaching. First, the role of drama in general, its place in education and its role and use in foreign language teaching are given in the study. The study was conducted with 32 students in 2 different classes at the intermediate level at Ishık University. During the research, the same book and the same units, namely 4 units of Face2Face Intermediate, Cambridge University Press, was taught to the students of the control group and also the experimental class according to the annual plan determined by a lecturer. The students of the Control class were taught according to the instructions of the teachers’ books in the related units of the book, but some subjects in the other experimental group were taught with drama activities in the units. At the end of the unit, the Progress Test Results of the course-book were compared. Subsequently, feedback was obtained from Experimental group students and 6 of them were published in the study without any changes and the results were evaluated accordingly.
Keywords: Drama in Foreign Language Learning, Process Drama, Foreign Language Teaching
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International Journal of Social Sciences & Educational Studies
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