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|Title:||Effectiveness of Group Work Technique in Teaching Reading Comprehension|
|Publisher:||Department of English Education|
|Institute Name:||Central Department of Education|
|Abstract:||The preset study“Effectiveness of Group Work Technique in Teaching Reading Comprehension”is an attempt to find out the effectiveness of group work technique in developing reading comprehension ability of grade nine students. I conducted an experimental research to determine the effectiveness of group work technique. With the help of test items I collected data from the sampled population of thirty two students of grade nine of a community school in Lalitpur. A pre-test was administered to determine the students' initial proficiency on the selected item. Then they were taught twenty five periods altogether. During that period, three progress tests were administered at the interval of five class periods each. Finally, a post-test was administered. The test items given for the post-test were the ones given in the pre-test. Through analysis and interpretation of the collected data it was found that group work technique was more effective than usual classroom technique in developing reading comprehension ability of the students. This study consists of four main chapters and other many sub-chapters. chapter one is an introductory chapter which includes general background, review of related literature, objectives of the study and significance of the study.Similarly, chapter two includes the methodology adopted to complete the research. It particularly contains sources of data, population of the study,sampling procedure, tools and processes of data collection and limitations of the study. Likewise, third chapter deals with the analysis and interpretation of the data. Chapter four consists of the findings and recommendations of the study based on the analysis and interpretation of the data. Finally, the last part of the study includes references and appendices respectively.|
|Appears in Collections:||English Language Education|
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