Volume 13 No 2 (2021): International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education

The English Language Education under Israeli Occupation through Dramatization Method for the EFL Students in Palestine: A Case Study


Fariza Puteh Behak, Tahani R.K. Bsharat

DOI: 10.9756/INT-JECSE/V13I2.211114

Keywords: Dramatization Method, Israeli Occupation, EFL Students in Palestine, Qualitative Method.


Abstract

Palestinian students in the occupied regions of Palestine are facing exceptional circumstances besides difficulties, unlike other neighboring countries in the world. These are due to the continuing occupation by Israel. This study, intended to find out English Language Education under Israeli Occupation through dramatization Method for the EFL students in Palestine. This study used a full qualitative method, the participants were eight students who had used drama as a technique in learning English language class. The researcher got the data from interviewing the students. The result of this study showed that the English Language Education under Israeli Occupation through dramatization method for the EFL students in Palestine dramatization method is effective in Learning English for Palestinian students. The results of interviews with eight students indicate that they have a positive perception of the dramatization method in learning English language class. Thus, the technique of dramatization examines their thoughts, memories, and responses, offering greater insights into this complex and disturbing situation due to conflict and occupation.

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