It is axiomatic that many attempts were made to use technology inteaching English for the sake of improving students' learning outcomesand increasing variability in teaching the English Language, yet few Arabresearchers have dug deep into modes of teaching as such. This paper aimsat investigating An-Najah National University students' perceptions towardsblended learning environment using OCC (Online Course Container) in viewof their achievement level and frequency of online participation. The studyincluded (92) students enrolled in a general English course (10103) offered atthe Language Center at the university.A questionnaire was designed to measure the students' attitudes towardsblended learning using the (OCC) in terms of: the process, ease of use, andcontent. The study concludes that in general the students’ attitudes towardsBL were positive in terms of the three domains revealing that there was adirect relation between the achievement level and the students' positive views.Moreover, there were significant differences in the students’ positive attitudesdue to the frequency of online participation. The more frequently the studentsparticipated on the forum, the more positively their views were shaped.
"Students’ Frequencies and Performance in Blended Learning as Correlated to their attitudes,"
Palestinian Journal for Open Learning & e-Learning: Vol. 3
, Article 8.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jropenres/vol3/iss6/8