Volume 8, Issue 5 (Special Issues 2023)                   IJREE 2023, 8(5): 127-139 | Back to browse issues page

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Moradi S. The Relationship between Students' Perception of the Classroom Climate and their Academic Integrity among Iranian Male EFL Learners. IJREE 2023; 8 (5)
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Department of English Language and Literature, Faculty of Literature and Languages, Arak University
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In this research, the effect of students’ perception of the classroom climate(CC) on their Academic Integrity(AI) has been investigated in their English high school classes. This is a topic of pivotal importance since it may reveal factors contributing to Students’ academic dishonesty in language classrooms which can obstruct their language learning process. The sample of the study comprises 30 students of a high school in Arak City. To inform the study of the variables under investigation, two Likert-scale questionnaires (Gentry et al. CC questionnaire & McCabe’s AI for high school students questionnaire) were utilized to collect the participants’ perceptions simultaneously. The results of the study indicated that learners’ perception of CC has a statistically significant effect on their level of AI. These results implicate that assuring higher levels of AI in EFL contexts is dependent on the learners’ perception of CC. Therefore, both teachers and learners must be informed and required to establish a positive CC in order to acquire learning objectives through enhancing AI in the classroom.
 
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