Teachers’ Integration of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Tools into Writing Classes: A Qualitative Study
Integration of ICT is invaluable in writing classes as it affects the writing abilities of students positively and improves their EFL writing. This study has made use of qualitative design. Ten EFL teachers have been chosen based on the convenience sample to answer the research questions. Using the observation tool, this study has been carried out in the first semester of the academic year 2018/2019. The participants were all from private secondary school stages in Irbid, Jordan where the ICT infrastructure is available in the classrooms. The observations revealed that the observed teachers integrate various media and technologies in their instruction in classrooms. Further studies are recommended to compare between public and private schools in terms of the integration of ICT tools.
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