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Volume :34 Issue : 130 2008      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

The Outcome of Teaching English in the State Elementary Schools in Kuwait

Auther : Dr. Abbas H. AL-Shammarié

     This study is intended to present an overall review of the English teaching-learning process in the state schools in Kuwait  . The study gives priority to the experiment of teaching English in the state elementary schools. The researcher has showed that this step has been taken after lengthy deep studies due to two main reasons: 1) extending the period of teaching English so that learners have longer practice and use of the language, and consequently, gain consolidated and reinforced outcome of English when leaving school, that would pave the way for pursuing their studies,  in English, whether in Kuwait or abroad 2) to follow up the most didactic methodology of teaching English as a foreign language. The study depicts a real picture of teaching English in the elementary state schools in Kuwait. The findings of the research have been vindicated through the examination result sheets, and the opinion of English language teachers from 12 schools included the three stages; the elementary, the intermediate and the secondary over the six provinces of Kuwait. This step has contained collecting data and statistics, analyzing them, and tracing out the significant achievement of the experiment of starting teaching English as from the elementary cycle. The study went through the characteristics of learners in the three stages of education: the primary, the intermediate and the secondary Considerable space has been devoted for the syllabus content analysis, motivation factor in the learning process, and the characteristics of the English language teacher. The research has shown how the experiment of teaching English in the elementary stage has been satisfactorily reflected on both: the learners> results in the intermediate and in the secondary stages, and the progress in the level of learners in the use of English communicatively.

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