Arab World English Journal (AWEJ) Volume 12. Number1  March 2021                                     Pp.215 -228
DOI: https://dx.doi.org/10.24093/awej/vol12no1.15
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EFL Learners’ and Teachers’ Perception toward the Use of Online Videos in EFL Classes 

Doniazad  Sultan Alshraideh
English Language Centre, Taibah University
Madinah, Saudi Arabia
Email: doniazadsh@yahoo.com

 

Received : 12/26/2020            Accepted: 2/3/2021                Published:3/24/2021

 

Abstract:
This study aims at analyzing the English as a foreign language (EFL) learners’ and teachers’ perception toward the use of online videos in EFL classes. The current study used a mixed method to answer the question of the study which is: What is the perception of EFL learners and teachers toward the use of online videos in EFL classes? It includes both quantitative and qualitative techniques, namely a questionnaire and an interview. To get the required data and to answer the question of the study, the researcher collected information by distributing a relevant questionnaire among 120 EFL Saudi female students who are studying English in their preparatory year “Unified Scientific Track” at Taibah University. Their ages range between 18 to 21 years old. The questionnaire of the study consists of 10 items. For the first nine items, Likert Scale is used to let the respondents range the statements on a five- point scale. The tenth item asks the respondents to rate the usefulness of the online video regarding language skills and other aspects. The researcher also conducted an interview with six EFL teachers who teach English language skills in the English Language Centre (ELC) at Taibah University. The responses of the participants showed that the use of online videos is an effective technique and has a positive influence in EFL classes.
Key words: EFL learners, language skills, online video, perception, technology

Cite as:  Alshraideh, D. S. (2021). EFL Learners’ and Teachers’ Perception toward the Use of Online Videos in EFL Classes.
Arab World English Journal, 12 (1) 215 -228.
DOI: https://dx.doi.org/10.24093/awej/vol12no1.15

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Received: 12/26/2020
Accepted: 2/3/2021 
Published: 3/24/2021   
https://dx.doi.org/10.24093/awej/vol12no1.15 
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Dr. Doniazad Sultan AlShraideh is an Assistant Professor at Taibah University. She received her Ph.D. in English Language Curriculum and Instruction Specification/TEFL from Yarmouk University, Jordan. Her research interests include: English Teaching Methods and Language Learning, Foreign language teaching and learning, and Second language acquisition.
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8461-5955