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EFL Teachers' Perceptions, Evaluations and Expectations about English Language Courses as EFL in Saudi Universities.

@article{Liton2013EFLTP,
  title={EFL Teachers' Perceptions, Evaluations and Expectations about English Language Courses as EFL in Saudi Universities.},
  author={Hussain Ahmed Liton},
  journal={International Journal of Instruction},
  year={2013},
  volume={6},
  pages={19-34}
}
  • Hussain Ahmed Liton
  • Published 2013
  • Psychology
  • International Journal of Instruction
  • The focus of this study is to explore EFL teachers’ perceptions, evaluations and expectations about English language courses as EFL in Saudi tertiary level. In other words, this article aims at creating a new avenue for effective EFL teachinglearning curriculum techniques and syllabus in the Saudi tertiary context. Saudi universities offer credit and non-credit Foundation English courses as a part of their program, which are not being very effective. These courses do not promote the students in… CONTINUE READING
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