Author : Lect. Zainab Kadhim Abbood, Assist.
The Impact of Teacher-Directed Instruction and StudentSelf-Instruction of ESPat College of Physical Education and Sport Scienceat Basrah University
Basra studies journal,
Volume 22, Issue 1994, Pages 1-18
The aim of this study is to examinethe impact of teacher-directed instruction and students-self instruction in teaching English for students at College of Physical Education and Sport Science. It is hypothesized that there are no differences between pre and post tests between teacher-direct instruction and student-self instruction in the achievement of students in English. In addition, there is no difference between pre tests and post tests of students-self instruction and teacher-directed instruction.
The sample of the paperhaschosen randomly among eight sections. The number of the sample is 21 students from first year at the College of Physical Education and Sport Sciencein the academic year 2014-2015.The results of the paperhave shown that there is no difference between students-self instruction and teacher-directed instruction in per and post tests.In addition, the teacher-direct instruction has better achievement than students –self-instruction in students’ achievement in English.
The recommendation is that English teachers might add some autonomy in the lectures to the students with the directed instruction from the teacher. English instructors have to encourage the students to learn by themselves outside the lecture.