The Technology Of Rotation Model Of Blended Learning Method In Technical Institutions

Abstract

In this research we defined the effects of Rotation Model of Blended Learning method on first-year students’ attitude toward English as a foreign language (EFL). An experimental part was performed to two intact groups consisting of 40 students at Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University). Two groups of students with the same language level were taken but two different strategies were applied to carry out the experiment. We taught the control group using traditional teaching approach. The integration of Rotation Model of blended learning method was used while teaching the experimental group. Students from both groups were testing before and after to measure their efficiency and relation toward EFL. We noticed significant difference between the respective average growth scores of the two groups under our consideration. Findings showed a considerable difference in their achievements before the test and after it though only the experimental group demonstrated substantial different attitude toward EFL. The authors defined the existence of a considerable difference in results of the two groups as well as in their relation toward EFL where the experimental group was announced to show better results. A slight positive ratio between the efficiency and relation toward EFL could be observed from the experimental group.

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Publisher

European Publisher

First Online

25.09.2021

Doi

10.15405/epsbs.2021.09.02.150

Online ISSN

2357-1330