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|Title:||Follow-up strategies to better INSET within a Palestinian context||Authors:||Affouneh, Salam||Keywords:||Teachers - Training of - Palestine;Interaction analysis in education;Teachers - In-service training - Palestine;Effective teaching - Palestine;Classroom techniques||Issue Date:||2018||Publisher:||IATEFL||Abstract:||A research study was done to investigate whether using different follow-up strategies as part of an INSET course within a Palestinian context affects the teaching performance of the participants. The main question was ‘Does using follow-up strategies as part of an INSET course improve the teaching performance of the participants within a Palestinian context?’ In order to answer this, other questions were added: First, what are the attitudes of teachers and trainers towards INSET courses in general? Second, what are the beliefs and attitudes of Palestinian teachers and trainers towards different follow-up strategies related to INSET? Third, what challenges face Palestinian trainers and teachers using follow-up strategies in their in-service training? and finally, how does using follow-ups affect the teaching performance of the teachers?||Description:||This paper was presented to the Conference of International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language (IATEFL), held in Glasgow, 3rd-7th of April 2017||URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11889/5688||ISBN:||printed 978-1-901095-999||ISSN:||digital 978-1-912588-00-8|
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