Levels and Types of Questions Raised by EFL Teachers in Southern Al-Mazar Directorate of Education

Majid Mohammed Al-Khataybeh, I’timad Jamil Abdulraheem Al-Ja’freh


This study aimed at investigating the levels and types of questions raised by EFL teachers in Southern Al-Mazar directorate of Education. The study comprised (12) female/ male teachers. The results of the study showed that; male/female teachers asked (1603) questions; (1290) questions were within the low level and (313) questions were high level. Female/male teachers asked (1603) questions where (393) questions were open and (1210) were ended questions . The results also, showed that female teachers asked (729) questions whereas male teachers asked (874). Also, the results of the study showed that females/ males teachers with high experience asked questions more than those teachers with less experience. In light of the results of the study, the researcher had suggested some recommendations to the concern.

Key words: Levels of questions; Types of questions; EFL teachers questions

Résumé Cette étude visait à étudier les niveaux et types de questions posées par les enseignants EFL dans le sud de Mazar Al-Direction de l’éducation. L’étude comprenait (12) enseignants de sexe féminin/ masculin. Les résultats de l’étude a montré que, mâle/ femelle des enseignants a demandé (1603) des questions; (1290) des questions se situaient dans le bas niveau et (313) questions étaient de haut niveau. Les enseignants des femmes/ hommes a demandé (1603) questions où (393) des questions étaient ouvertes et (1210) ont été clos questions. Les résultats ont également, a montré que les enseignantes demandé (729) des questions alors que les enseignants masculins a demandé (874). En outre, les résultats de l’étude a montré que les femelles ou les mâles des enseignants ayant une expérience de haute posé des questions plus que ces enseignants ayant moins d’expérience. À la lumière des résultats de l’étude, le chercheur a suggéré quelques recommandations à la préoccupation.

Mots clés: Niveaux de questions; Types de questions; EFL questions d’enseignant


Levels of questions; Types of questions; EFL teachers questions

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.css.1923669720120802.2588


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