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The Features of Communicative Language Teaching Strategies (CLTS) used by Non - English Major Teachers in Teaching English

Jose E. Elevado Jr., Novrina Bigilda A. Orge

Abstract: The study aimed to identify the Communicative Language Teaching Strategies used by non ? English major teachers in teaching English and how effective are these strategies as perceived by the students themselves. The study was conducted in eight (8) Public High Schools in Sta. Cruz, Zambales The study revealed that the non-English major teachers teaching English are more adept in emphasizing on learning to communicate through classroom interaction and the non-English major teachers are not familiar with the use of authentic materials as springboard in teaching English. School authorities should give ample trainings for non-English teachers teaching English subjects or better yet, to let only the English teachers teach the English subjects in order for mastery of the language and outcomes-based education be achieved. Learning doesn?t have to be confined in the classroom alone, but has to be extended or linked outside or in the community. It is then recommended that school administrators should encourage all schools to link learning outside the schools so that the students will have a larger avenue and opportunities of learning through the things they see and experience outside the classroom or school.

Keywords: Communicative Language Teaching Strategies (CLTS), Non-English major, Public High Schools, Sta. Cruz Zambales

Country: Philippines, Subject Area: Language Research

Pages: 85 - 90

Edition: Volume 8 Issue 3, March 2019

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Jose E. Elevado Jr., Novrina Bigilda A. Orge, "The Features of Communicative Language Teaching Strategies (CLTS) used by Non - English Major Teachers in Teaching English", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/archive/v8i3/show_abstract.php?id=ART20195747, Volume 8 Issue 3, March 2019, 85 - 90

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