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Development Of English Language Teaching In Bangladeshi Universities: Context, Problems And Implications

Volume 3 - Issue 1, January 2019 Edition
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Hasan Mahmud Rubel
Bangla, ELT, Methods, Problems, Strategy
Teaching English to all students is indispensable for any university which aims to internationalize. Teacher attitude and competence, student mobility, classroom materials, teaching approaches plus methods, conference participation and international recognition of research are all integrally connected with ELT. The study aims at analyzing the development of English Language Teaching in Bangladeshi Universities in regard with its context and problems. The data were accumulated using a behavior and instructional management scale inventory and direct class observation. There are survey questionnaire for students which are utilized as tools for data collection. The finding showed that English language teaching in Bangladesh has a number of problems since the country’s emancipation in 1971. The problems include the use of native language (Bangla) in classroom, class interactions approach, teachers’ error correction strategies and so on. Through the thesis, the researcher would like to demonstrate such problems in the perspective of Bangladeshi universities.
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