Flipped classroom: teaching and learning of English language in the context of EFL
AuthorBohota, Nabila Israt
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This study aims at establishing how blending traditional classroom method and Flipped Classroom Approach can enhance the efficiency of teaching and learning of the tertiary level students as well as teachers at EFL classroom in Bangladeshi context. This study is not about adapting every approach of Flipped classroom but to take the appropriate and suitable ones depending on the students’ proficiency level and the context. It is also discussed here that how blending Flipped classroom approach with the traditional classroom method can increase students’ employability for tertiary level students as in Bangladeshi context employability is a topic of concerned. Also, this paper focuses on the development of effectiveness of the teachers of tertiary level students by applying Flipped classroom approach combined with traditional classroom method. Keeping these in focus, I will discuss the appropriate fragments of flipped classroom approaches that will help to intensify the efficiency of teaching and learning for the betterment of education system. From the data collection and interviews taken for the study purpose, was analyzed by qualitative data analysis. At last, the study discussed about the possible ways of applying this approach in Bangladeshi context.