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Mostafa Goodarzi is a Phd Candidate studying TEFL in Chabahar Maritime university. He is experienced in teaching English in high schools and institutes. Mostafa is interested in applied linguistics, language teaching methodology, testing, and English teacher education.
Social media, nowadays, has provided a considerable opportunity for English language learning improvement. Accordingly, this study was aimed to investigate the perception of EFL learners toward the role of a very novel social media application called Clubhouse in English language learning. For this purpose, 134 Iranian learners using Clubhouse for...
Throughout this study technology and especially mobile phones was utilized in EFL classrooms in order to see whether it can influence the process of vocabulary formative assessment and consequently improve vocabulary learning of Iranian pre-intermediate EFL learners or not. Two groups of pre-intermediate EFL learners participated in this study. Reg...
The present study is aimed to compare the role of formative assessment associated with immediate feedback with formative assessment with delayed feedback in vocabulary gain of pre-intermediate EFL learners. In order to compare the role of these two types of feedback applied with formative assessment in vocabulary learning of pre-intermediate EFL le...
The present study is aimed to find out an applicable solution to multilevel English classes especially in Iran universities. The term multilevel classrooms refers to student centered classrooms in which students learn across two or more grades and are taught by the same teacher. Since such classes face teacher with a significant challenge for makin...
One important problem of many English teachers is that their students do not use an appropriate intonation when they speak. This is a real challenge for EFL teachers specially for those who teach English in outer circle countries where English is considered as a foreign and a kind of strange language. So what do you think as the best way to solve this problem?
Since there is a strong desire for the new generation to be in touch with the newest platforms to share and exchange information, many English language teachers all around the world take advantage of that and use Clubhouse to teach English in a new context. With an overlook in this app it could be seen that a lot of rooms for teaching and learning English are created and so many people take part in the rooms to learn English. So many aspects of this kind of teaching need to be discovered to find out whether learning English by taking part in Clubhouse rooms can lead to better language learning or not. For this purpose and as the first step the perception of EFL learners towards the usage of Clubhouse as a tool for learning language was examined in this research.
I am working on a project which is aimed to find out a solution for multilevel English classes where teachers have difficulty in making a challenging and interesting learning situation for all levels.