Teachers Perception Towards Pre and Post- Teaching Activities in English Language Teaching

Authors

  • Madhu Sharma Rupandehi Campus, Rupandehi, Nepal
  • Laxman Jnawali Rupandehi Campus, Rupandehi, Nepal

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.3126/rcj.v3i1.51544

Keywords:

Perception, Random sampling, Attitudinal study, Relevant, Effectiveness

Abstract

The present study aims to find out the “Teachers’ Perception Towards Pre and Post-Teaching Activities in English Language Teaching”. The main focus of the study was directed on perception of higher level English teacher towards pre and post-teaching activities in English Language Teaching. The study, being an attitudinal study, is believed to be relevant in offering a realistic picture of the effectiveness of pre and post- teaching activities in ELT. The study was carried out using both primary and secondary sources of data. For primary data, firstly higher-level English teachers have been selected through random sampling procedure. The study was confined with in Rupandehi district to find out the effectiveness of pre and post- teaching activities in ELT. It was found that the higher-level teachers are highly positive towards the teachers’ pre and post-teaching activities in ELT.

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Author Biographies

Madhu Sharma, Rupandehi Campus, Rupandehi, Nepal

Mrs. Sharma teaches at Rupandehi Campus. She is interested in ELT. Her main areas of interest are English language teaching, training and research.

Laxman Jnawali, Rupandehi Campus, Rupandehi, Nepal

Mr. Jnawali teaches at Rupandehi Campus. He is interested in English literature and folk songs. His main areas of interest are English language teaching, training and research. He is a scholar of M.Phil.

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Published

2022-10-31

How to Cite

Sharma, M., & Jnawali, L. (2022). Teachers Perception Towards Pre and Post- Teaching Activities in English Language Teaching. Rupandehi Campus Journal, 3(1), 23–32. https://doi.org/10.3126/rcj.v3i1.51544

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