British Council, Afghanistan; https://orcid.org/0000-0001-7569-1844
Bibliographic citation: (ISSN 2657-9774) Educational Role of Language Journal. Volume 2020-1(3). Examining Learner and Teacher Language Identity, pp. 116-119
This paper reports the findings of a pilot teacher training course being delivered to teachers and teacher educators of Islamic studies subject at British Council Afghanistan. The main aim of the training course was to find out to what extent the methodologies and approaches being used to teach English language are applicable in teaching other subjects. In this research fifteen teachers and educators participated in a four-day training course. The findings show that Test-Teach-Test, Task-based Learning, Jigsaw Reading, and many other teaching methods are easily applicable in teaching Islamic studies.
Keywords: teaching methodology, English language, applicability, other contexts, test-teach-test, task-based learning, teaching listening, teaching reading, jigsaw reading
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