Teaching Strategies Preference of English Language Learners



This study was conducted to determine the Bachelor of Arts major in English students’ preferred teaching strategies. The students were enrolled at the College of Arts and Sciences, Isabela State University Echague Campus this 2nd Semester of the Academic Year 2015-2016.

The study used the descriptive method of research to determine the age and gender of the respondents. Age and gender were correlated to students’ preferred teaching strategies. Inferential method of research was also used to test the hypothesis of the study.

The results of the study revealed that the respondents most preferred teaching strategy was film viewing while the least preferred was role playing. It also showed a significant relationship between gender and items “like exchanging ideas with my teacher and my fellow students” and “I am interested of watching an activity performed by a student, teacher or small group while the rest of the class observe”. It was also revealed that there was a highly significant relationship between gender and items “I like teacher who can show and explain the steps in the process, clearly, accurately and their logical sequence”, “I enjoy acting to catch attention especially if the audience belongs to the curious, active and young”.

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