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English Language Teaching, v7 n8 p75-80 2014

This study has objectives that are exploratory and analytical in nature. It focuses on the use of relevant information with regard to the use of literature in EFL classrooms that is available for an analysis in order to draw conclusions and make useful recommendations. The study is, therefore, conducted as library research using the method of systematic reviews. The rationale for choosing this method is that there is an overwhelming quantity of research, which presents diverse views of the use of literature-based teaching strategies in EFL classrooms. The best way to extract information that can be synthesised for knowledge is to adopt a systematic approach using the most comprehensive and reliable library sources available.

Descriptors: English (Second Language), Second Language Learning, Teaching Methods, Second Language Instruction, Library Research, Childrens Literature, Instructional Effectiveness, Linguistic Competence, Young Children

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Author: Al-hajji, Badria A.; Shuqair, Khaled M.

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