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Title: Large Student Enrollments in EFL Programs: Challenges and Consequences
Authors: Al-Jarf, Reima
Keywords: Translation
King Saud University
Student
Classroom
Faculty
Female
Issue Date: Dec-2006
Publisher: Asian EFL Journal
Citation: Asian EFL Journal: 8 (4); Article 1
Abstract: Year after year, EFL and translation programs at King Saud University are experiencing significant increases in female freshman student enrollments. This study aims to investigate the effect of female freshman student enrollment figures in EFL programs on student achievement and attitudes, program staffing, classroom instruction, management, assessment, resources and facilities utilization on the basis of female faculty demographic, female faculty teaching load, number of courses and total number of credit hours offered by the department, freshman students’ enrollment statistics and grammar test scores. Female students, instructors, department head and program coordinators' perceptions of the causes and outcomes of large female freshman student enrollments will be reported.
URI: http://www.asian-efl-journal.com/Dec_06_raj.php
ISSN: 1738-1460
Appears in Collections:College of Applied Studies and Community Service

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