E-ISSN:2342-0251

TURKISH TEACHERS' USE OF LISTENING METHODS AND TECHNIQUES


The fact that listening skill is an innate skill brings with it that listening skill is the most neglected skill area in our education system. However, listening skill actually gains meaning through the development of existing listening potential through education. For this reason, methods and techniques related to improving listening skills should be used more by Turkish teachers. The aim of this study is to determine the methods and techniques used by Turkish Teachers in listening skill. The research is descriptive and the scanning model was used in the research. The working group includes 145 Turkish teachers working in the Ministry of National Education. The working group was created by simple random sampling. The data were collected through the “Turkish Language Teaching Program Listening Skill Methods and Techniques Questionnaire”. The developed questionnaire consists of three separate sections. The first part consists of 8 items consisting of methods and techniques that are recommended to be used in the listening area of the Turkish Lesson Curriculum. These items were created to determine the frequency of use. The second part consists of 17 items containing the practices specified for the audience's listening area, and the third part consists of 5 items prepared to determine the degree of use of the specified equipment. At the end of the survey, there is an open-ended question to find out how much time Turkish teachers spend on listening skill in their lessons. According to the findings obtained from the survey, Turkish teachers mostly benefit from listening methods and techniques with more participating listening (58.6%) and group listening (40.7%). In applications, brainstorming (84.1%), question-answer (81.4%) and note-taking (81.4%) applications were at the forefront. On the other hand, textbooks (94.5%) and board / smart board (87.6%) were preferred more.


Keywords


Listening skill, listening methods, listening techniques, listening practices, listening equipment

Author : Betül ERDOĞMUŞ - Derya ASLAN SÜREK, Fulya TOPÇUOĞLU ÜNAL
Number of pages: 480-493
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.29228/ijla.43773
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International Journal of Language Academy
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