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eISSN 2582-0427 ||https://doi.org/10.37948/ensemble || Crossref Member || UGC-CARE Enlisted || Journal Impact Factor

Role of Drama on Enhancing English Writing Skill for Secondary School Students in Yemen

Abstract
The present study is an attempt to find out the impact of drama as a tool of teaching on improving writing skill for school students in Yemen. The participants of this study were 76 students of grade 10 from public secondary school in Taiz city, Yemen. The sample was selected randomly and divided into two groups, experimental and control groups. The researcher selected some writing lessons from the English textbook prescribed for grade 10. The experimental group students were taught through drama method whereas the control group students were taught by the traditional method. Pre and Post-tests were used as tools for data collection to explore the role of drama on writing skill. The researcher used the statistical techniques namely descriptive analysis (Mean and Standard Deviation), ANCOVA and t-test to analyse the collected data. The results of the present study indicated that teaching writing skill through drama was more effective than teaching through the traditional method. The findings of the study also showed that drama has a significant role on improving English writing skill for secondary school students in Yemen.

Keywords: Effective, Participants, Significant, Teaching, Textbook

https://doi.org/10.37948/ensemble-2021-0301-a015

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