Effects of form focused instructions on outcomes in EFL learning: teachers' and students' perspectives
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This study investigated the effect of Form Focused Instructions, or teaching language guided strictly by the grammatical forms on Secondary, and higher secondary level students' language learning. All these grammatical instructions in a foreign language, and a rigid attitude to learn, and maintain those rules very strictly create an obstacle in the naturalistic learning process of a student. Students in such level do not need to focus on grammatical instruction; rather they need a natural way of learning to boost up their proficiency in English as a foreign language. In a situation where any such kind of instruction has never left the classroom, language learning becomes difficult to be learned successfully by the students. In such context the focus of learning should not be guided by too much grammar rules and structures or form focused, rather it should be communicative or naturalistic learning that creates an effective EFL classroom.