Background: This study dives into the pedagogical approaches used by English teachers, with the goal of revealing widespread
teaching strategies in this setting. Objectives: The primary goal is to identify typical teaching approaches and investigate potential
links between teacher profiles (age, years of service, and gender) and the teaching strategies used. Methods: We discovered that
Facilitator teaching techniques are extensively used by English teachers through thorough study. The study examined instructor
profiles, taking into account age, years of service, and gender, in order to identify patterns in teaching approaches. Results: The
findings show that Facilitator teaching methods are significantly more prevalent among English teachers. Furthermore, the study finds
significant relationships between age and years of service and teaching strategies. Conclusions: This study demonstrates the
dominance of Facilitator teaching approaches in the English teaching domain. It also emphasizes that age and years of service have an
impact on instructional strategies, implying that experienced and older instructors use different teaching methods. Gender, on the
other hand, does not appear to be a decisive factor in the adoption of instructional tactics.
Keywords: Teaching Strategies, English Teachers, Demographic Factors, Education, Pedagogy.