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TEACHER-LEARNER RAPPORT IMPACT ON EFL LEANERS' MOTIVATION

@inproceedings{Bouras2014TEACHERLEARNERRI,
  title={TEACHER-LEARNER RAPPORT IMPACT ON EFL LEANERS' MOTIVATION},
  author={Haron Bouras and Mohamed Sadok Cherif},
  year={2014}
}
This study investigated secondary school teachers and pupils‘ perceptions of the teacher characteristics and its impact on learners‘ motivation. The investigation explored 8 teaching elements grouped under one major section about teacher learner rapport. Participants for the study were selected through random sampling from four secondary schools in -Algeria- at the end of the academic year 2012-2013. A total number of 200 participants was surveyed. The same questionnaire was administered to 21… 

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