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Title: Bachelor Level English Students’ Perceptions on Private Tutoring
Authors: Banjade, Sheela
Keywords: students attitudes;Teaching materials;Classroom Management
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Faculty of Education Tribhuvan University, Kirtipur
Abstract: The present study entitled Bachelor Level English Students' Perceptions on Private Tutoring was carried out to explore the perceptions of Bachelor level English students on private tutoring in terms of language teaching technique, content coverage, use of materials (teaching materials and reference materials) and classroom management. Thirty Bachelor level students were selected following purposive non-random sampling procedure. To find out the perceptions of the students, I used questionnaire containing both open-ended and close ended questions. Data collected from informants were tabulated and analyzed applying simple statistical tools i.e. tables, bar diagram and pie-chart. By analyzing and interpreting the data, I found that students are positive toward private tutoring in the sense, tutoring helps to secure high marks; it also helps to the students who cannot regularly attend the class. Students get individual treatment and student centred techniques are applied in tutoring classes. But they accepted that the tutoring increases students‟ dependency on teachers; it demands extra fee and time, so all the students may not be able to afford it. So, it increases social inequality as well. This study consists of five chapters. Chapter one consists of background of the study, statement of the problem, objectives of the study, research questions, significance of the study, delimitations of the study and operational definitions key terms. Chapter two consists of review of related theoretical literature, review of empirical literature, implications of the study and conceptual framework. Chapter three includes methods and procedures adapted during the study which incorporates design of the study, population, sample and sampling strategy, research tools, sources of data (primary and secondary), data collection procedures, data analysis procedures and ethical considerations. Similarly in chapter four analysis of data and interpretations have been presented. Chapter five contains findings, conclusion and recommendations. References and appendices are also included at the end of this work to make it more valid.
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