Applying Flipped Learning Strategy to Develop EFL Students’ Reading Comprehension Skills at the Faculty of Specific Education
Neveen Hassan Mahmoud, Fatima Sadek Mohamed, Amr Fathy Abdel Wahab
The purpose of the present study is to investigate the effect of applying a flipped learning strategy on developing reading comprehension skills among sophomores at the Faculty of Specific Education. The study adopted the one-group design, in which 30 students participated from second year, English section at the Faculty of Specific Education, Zagazig University during the academic year 2019/2020. They were instructed by applying the flipped learning strategy. To obtain data, two instruments were used: a pre-post reading comprehension skills test. Findings showed that the flipped learning strategy improved students' reading comprehension skills. Thus, it is recommended to utilize flipped learning as a new strategy in developing EFL students' reading comprehension skills.