Exploring Students’ Perceptions of using PowerPoint in Enhancing Their Active Participation in the EFL Classroom Action Research Study

Zouar Abdellatif


The purpose of this action research is to examine the impact of PowerPoint in enhancing students’ participation in the EFL classroom. Also, this study explores students’ perceptions of using PowerPoint in the English class. An observer records the frequency of students’ participation in the classroom by counting the number of students who were participating in comparison with the number of students who attended the class. The intervention continues for six sessions, 45 minutes each. A class of 40 students enrolled in the First Year Baccalaureate level participated in the study. The results indicate that students’ level of participation augmented when PowerPoint is used. Besides, the vast majority of students perceive the use of PowerPoint in the classroom positively. The results of this action research will be disseminated to my colleagues and to all major stakeholders.

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