Constriction of English language learning in a developing country— a qualitative study in Bangladesh
AuthorFabee, Nazida Akter
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The aim of this study is to explore the constriction of students’ English language learning due to the challenges faced in a developing country, and the study is conducted in the context of Bangladesh. Eventually, the exploration leads towards understanding how the learning is being constricted and in what magnitude. Qualitative method was employed to explore the students’ learning experiences of English in Bangladesh which in fact shaped the direction of this study. The findings suggest, students’ learning of English is being constricted essentially in terms of their superior cognitive abilities such as critical thinking and creativity which impact communication skill also. Rote learning and fallen integrity rather appear to be significant constituents in this process of constriction as the catalyst and/or byproduct. Among few anticipated measures from the findings, cautions against the students’ tendency to give minimum effort is the notable one. Hence, findings from this study may aid in the endeavors of bridging the gap between policy and practice.