English language learning and teaching styles in two Turkish primary schools

Ilknur Pekkanli Egel1
1Uludag University, Turkey
Cite this article:  Pekkanli Egel, I. (2009). English language learning and teaching styles in two Turkish primary schools. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 37(8), 1117-1128.

Volume 37 Issue 8 | e1925 | Published: September 2009 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.2224/sbp.2009.37.8.1117

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Foreign language learning styles are aimed at facilitating students’ learning and therefore the teaching style used is important in terms of matching learners’ styles to their educational needs. The present study was aimed at investigating several dimensions of primary school students’ language learning styles and the ways in which certain styles are shaped and favored by teachers’ teaching styles. The primary aim was to find out whether or not the measures taken by the Turkish Ministry of Education regarding rectifying the shortage of teachers of English as a foreign language have had an effect on the learning styles of primary school students. The secondary aim was to examine the varying learning styles of EFL students in two primary schools and to establish whether or not there has been a change in these learning styles. Finally, the researcher examined whether or not the economic conditions of the schools had an influence on the students’ learning styles.

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