Studying English Teachers’ attitudes toward Speaking Tasks in Online Classes

Publish Year: 1401
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تاریخ نمایه سازی: 19 دی 1401


The present research was an attempt to shed more enlightening light on the current wave of teaching English in Online classes. To achieve the intended object, this study examined Iranian teachers' attitudes toward teaching in online classes. What makes the present research markedly different from the other language attitude studies is in the context of research, namely Iran, an underrepresented country in the literature concerning teachers' attitudes toward speaking tasks in online classes. To collect the data, the researchers employed interviews. The results indicated that the participants maintained contradictory and ambivalent attitudes toward teaching in online classes. The results of the study may have fruitful implications for teachers and EFL researchers.


Afsaneh Baharloo

PhD in TEFL Assistant professor of Hafez Institute of Higher Education

Sara Karimi Jahromi

MA Student of TEFL at Hafez Institute of Higher Education