International Journal of Language & Linguistics

ISSN 2374-8850 (Print), 2374-8869 (Online) DOI: 10.30845/ijll

The Impact of Lecture Management Practices on University Students’ Learning Process: Students’ Perspectives
Dr. Mahmoud A. Al. Sobh

This study investigates the effect of Lecture Management Practices on university Students’ process from students' perspective. It focuses on Lecture management and its impact on education in terms of access to information and clarification by instructors and suggestions and solutions that help create a successful and effective learning environment The participants of the study were 40 EFL students from Ajloun National University (ANU) , 20 males and 20 females . They were chosen randomly from the Department of English Language and Literature. To explore the effect of Lecture management practices on learning English as a foreign language, a questionnaire was a adopted from Hope Kathryh Sowell study (2013) with modifications . The results showed that the overall degree of the main practices instructors follow for Lecture management was high with a mean of(3.88), which is number (20) “The teacher nearly always uses a teaching approach that encourages interaction among students ", whereas the lowest means was (1.45) with for item (16) " The instructor doesn’t insist that students in his lecture to follow the rules all time.". The study suggested that instructors should use the most effective means to ensure a good lecture.

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