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An EFL Flipped Classroom Teaching Model: Effects on English Language Higher-Order Thinking Skills, Student Engagement and Satisfaction
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Journal of Education and Practice Volume 7, Number 9, ISSN 2222-1735

Abstract

This study aimed at investigating the effect of a suggested EFL Flipped Classroom Teaching Model (EFL-FCTM) on graduate students' English higher-order thinking skills (HOTS), engagement and satisfaction. Also, it investigated the relationship between higher-order thinking skills, engagement and satisfaction. The sample comprised (67) graduate female students; an experimental group (N = 33) and a control group (N = 34), studying an English course at Taif University, KSA. The study used mixed method design; a pre-post HOTS test was carried out and two 5-Likert scale questionnaires had been designed and distributed; an engagement scale and a satisfaction scale. The findings of the study revealed statistically significant differences between the two groups in HOTS in favor of the experimental group. Also, there was significant difference between the pre and post administration of the engagement scale in favor of the post administration. Moreover, students satisfaction on the (EFL-FCTM) was high. Finally, there were high significant relationships between HOTS and student engagement, HOTS and satisfaction and between student engagement and satisfaction.

Citation

Alsowat, H. (2016). An EFL Flipped Classroom Teaching Model: Effects on English Language Higher-Order Thinking Skills, Student Engagement and Satisfaction. Journal of Education and Practice, 7(9), 108-121. Retrieved November 20, 2019 from .

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