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Flipped Instructions in Teaching English Sentence Structure

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The educational world supports a new approach of teaching, Flipped Learning which was a transition from physical classroom to hybrid learning, which introduced various discussions and changes requiring teachers to upskill their teaching strategies in order to upscale student performance. Lately, flipped instruction (FI) has been suggested to support this transition. It requires from students to construct knowledge in their own minds instead of learning ready and easily explained materials by teachers. The process of learning is going to be inverted from theory learned autonomously to practice with a teacher`s presence. It is an educational approach that combines engaging exercises with asynchronous preclass materials that are provided to cater to students' needs depending on their learning styles. FI is effective in developing the writing skills of students and should have enough task-based asynchronous activities to help with their sentence structures. Besides, it is recommended to allocate time and programs that support this particular learning setting to achieve continuous and total development of each and individual learner.


Flipped Instruction
Flipped Classroom
Sentence Structures


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Nazarova, L. . (2023). Flipped Instructions in Teaching English Sentence Structure. Pindus Journal of Culture, Literature, and ELT, 3(3), 5–8. Retrieved from https://literature.academicjournal.io/index.php/literature/article/view/652
  • Submitted
    9 March 2023
  • Revised
    9 March 2023
  • Published
    8 March 2023