The attitudes of EFL teachers towards the effect of implicit grammar teaching approach
Author(s): Khaled Mohammadi
Abstract: Grammar is one of the components of language that holds an important place for learners. In recent years, approaches to teaching grammar have gained a high speed. As an alternative way to the deductive application of rules, implicit grammar teaching has become common among practitioners. According to Krashen's natural acquisition hypothesis (1981), students learn a language only through unconscious acquisition and there is no need for conscious awareness. According to this theory, implicit method in grammar teaching is getting common in terms of second or target language. This study attempt to show the opinions of newly qualified English teachers towards teaching implicit grammar. It also focuses on their positive or negative perceptions towards teaching implicit grammar. In the following steps, these opinions are collected with the help of the questionnaire prepared by the researcher. The questionnaire which consists of 25 questions is used to English language teachers. Lastly, the results gained will be evaluated after the questionnaire conducted.