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So the qualitative data was collected through the same survey questionnaire form by adding two open ended questions related to the study. Quantitative Data Analysis: The questionnaire was surveyed through a Google form with some prior written instructions to the students. It was circulated to exactly students who responded to it within more or less than a week. The difference was not statistically significant. Table 1. They have been raised in cities. Largest number of students of Bangladesh are from Bangla medium.
They use text books that are written in Bangla and answers in the exam scripts in Bangla, which is their mother tongue or L1.
No participants were from Masters. Table 2. Then there were questions on the textbooks that they used and the measures they have taken to learn English by themselves. The absolute truth is, in most of the Bangla medium schools English is always treated as a subject and is learnt and taught as a subject to pass. The survey questionnaire also reflects that. Though we are claiming that CLT method is being applied in our English language learning and teaching classrooms for more than a decade now, there is hardly any sign of that in the research survey.
So it was an interesting question for them whether their text books really helped them to develop their four language learning skills. There were different approaches. Table 4. Which sort of literary texts within Percentage your 1st year curriculum do you like most? Poetry These two questions will be discussed in the qualitative data analysis part. So there were two open ended questions that relate to students prior language learning experience and their perception of LA and LT.
Tracing their preferred literary genre and the reason behind it: Question 11 from survey questionnaire was one of these open ended questions. It refers back to its previous question which was a quantitative question asking participants to select their favourite literary genre. After marking their preferable genre, they had to explain why they have chosen this within the answer of question As In order to explain why to choose short fictions, some of the participants said it helps to build up their vocabulary.
Although poetry will help with pronunciation, it is not always easy to understand poetry by myself. They could share some information if they felt it necessary within 5 sentences. It was an optional question and everyone of the participants did not answer to it. However within the few received answer, some very important facts came up. I hope they will be taught properly to the new generation in schools and colleges.
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They marked that whatever development they have achieved in their skills of using English, they achieved it from some prior spoken English courses or from help of friends and family.
They expect to develop their skills in English further, but within an interesting and entertaining way. They consider that literary text that they use for their academic purpose within their honours 1st year curriculum in department of English, university of Dhaka, can be handy to develop their language skills.
Their preferred genre within the literary texts is short fictions which have good collection of vocabulary, daily life conversations and apt sentence structures to learn and practice. Proposed Way to connect LA and LT: Using short fictions for language teaching purpose is nothing new as there are various formats of materials and activities designed by the experts in this field of using literary texts in language classrooms.
Lazar , Collie and Slater developed their own model of using short fictions in language learning classrooms as materials. Students would feel less threatened this time as they would willingly come up to share something that is very much personal to them with their friends. Then, based on their listening experience the teacher can ask them to guess what is going to happen next.
So the teacher can bring a short fiction in the class and ask the students to read it carefully and write a review on it from different perspectives. Or they can asked to summarize the story as well which will also test their reading. Immediate short question- answer session may help after the reading session is done. The teacher can help them by clarifying the strife of the protagonist in the story and how it builds up the main theme of the story.
However, these are some basic suggestions to make students use a short fiction autonomously to develop their language skills. In honours 1st year at English Department , University of Dhaka, the students have to answer only explanations, short notes and broad questions from short fictions during their midterm and semester final exams. If these texts were used from micro aspects of developing there linguistic proficiency, the result would be fur more practicable and better.
Limitations of the study: The study was conducted for the purpose of research proposal submission which later on turned into a full fledged paper. Collecting view points from only participants cannot be considered as representative of the whole pedagogical system of a community or country.
So it is a small scale research. So Private University students were excluded from the study. Researcher being a student, enough materials, articles and books were not available in his network. However it did not affect the study anyway. Probably another research should be conducted on that. Towards conclusion: Curriculum Advice for Future Research As an investigation into the relatively under researched area of promoting learner autonomy in Bangladeshi language learning and teaching classroom, the current study is unique in a sense that, there is no prior study in literature of English language learning and teaching pedagogy of Bangladesh, where LA has been tried to be linked and promoted with literary text that the undergraduate students use within their curriculum.
This research will make it possible for subsequent researchers to conduct research with more focused and discriminating categories of analysis, for instance — how other literary genres can promote LA within their ELT classrooms in Bangladesh.
Literary texts are something, as it has been mentioned earlier, that the English undergraduates have to deal with everyday within their student life. This research can be a fresh new start to a long untraveled path to that. Acknowledgments The author is grateful to his research supervisor Dr.
Neelima Akhter for her kind feedbacks on the paper that she continued to provide on various periods of the research work. Pocketbook on educational statistics.
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University Press, Cambridge. Creswell, J. Designing and conducting mixed methods research. Dam, L. Learner Autonomy, 3: From theory to classroom practice. Ellis, R.
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The department has approximately students for each class at an average. Zia Memorial Award Mathma Ghandhi Peace Award Towards conclusion: Curriculum Advice for Future Research As an investigation into the relatively under researched area of promoting learner autonomy in Bangladeshi language learning and teaching classroom, the current study is unique in a sense that, there is no prior study in literature of English language learning and teaching pedagogy of Bangladesh, where LA has been tried to be linked and promoted with literary text that the undergraduate students use within their curriculum.