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Pimm, D. (1987). Speaking Mathematically: Communication in Mathematics Classrooms.
New York: Routledge & Kegan Paul.

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  • TITLE: The Influence of Think-Pair-Share (TPS) on Improving Students’ Oral Communication Skills in EFL Classrooms

    AUTHORS: Ahmed Amin Awad Raba

    KEYWORDS: Think-Pair-Share, Oral Communication Skills, FL Classrooms

    JOURNAL NAME: Creative Education, Vol.8 No.1, January 13, 2017

    ABSTRACT: This research aimed to investigate the influence of think-pair-share (TPS) on improving students’ oral communication skills in EFL classrooms. For this purpose, the researcher interviewed the EFL teachers who taught “English for Workplace” at the ELC An-Najah National University and observed students’ classroom interaction. After the analysis of the collected data of the study, it was obviously noticed that think-pair-share strategy plays a positive role in improving students’ oral communicative skills, creating a cooperative learning environment and enhancing students’ motivation to learn better. Furthermore, students enrolled in the faculties of applied sciences responded better than students enrolled the faculties of human sciences; similar responses were shown from students of higher academic level. In the light of these findings, the researcher recommended increasing the number of activities related to think-pair—in the English textbooks and in the teaching pedagogies for the sake of improving students’ oral communication skills.