Using Dogme in ELT to develop student teachers' Speaking skills and their self-efficacy
Heba M.Mohamed , PhD
Associate professor of TEFL
Faculty of Education
Beni Suef University
Journal Title:Journal of Research in Curriculum, Instruction and Educational Technology (JRCIET)
he main purpose of this research is to determine the effectiveness of dogme in developing the student teachers' speaking skills as well as their speaking self- efficacy. Two statistical hypotheses were set to guide this research. The research adopted the one group research design to examine the study hypotheses. The participants consisted of (N=44) freshmen students English majors at the faculty of education in Beni Suef. The instruments and materials of the study represent in a pre-post speaking test, and a speaking self-efficacy scale, a checklist of speaking skills, a speaking rubric and ELT dogme . The research results revealed that dogme ELT has an impact on enhancing students' speaking skills as well as their speaking self-efficacy. This research has implications both for researchers conducting classroom-research and language teachers.
Key words: Dogme–speaking skills – self-efficacy-speaking self-efficac