جۆری توێژینه‌وه‌: Original Article

نوسه‌ر

Department of English College of education University of Garmian

پوخته‌

The present study aims introducing and proposing the notion and implementation of a flipped classroom model “Teaching Naked” in EFL college classes at university level and proposes some pedagogical suggestions and recommendations. The term coined by Dr. Jose Bowen, which means stripping teaching technologies outside of physical class meetings, instead choosing to use the scheduled time for more discussion-oriented teaching and learning activities (i.e. flipping the classroom, moving the lectures out and moving interaction and problem-solving in ). The study will discuss the role of “Teaching Naked” approach as a flipped instruction model in improving the way of teaching, assessment, and learning among English as a Foreign Language learners. It also deals with the benefits of and barriers to implementing the approach in both teaching and learning processes. The study adds that the approach implementation can be evolutionary.

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