Implementing communicative, direct, grammar translation and audio-lingual method, situational method to improve beginner learner's productive skill in the traditional TSL classroom in the Bangladeshi context
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This thesis aims at enriching the knowledge of productive skills of the students of class standard One to four in two English medium schools. The goal of this thesis is to identify and recognize the problems, strengths, facilities and difficulties of the students which they are still now facing in the classroom. By going through this research a student may be able to know his or her minimum adequacy in the skill of speaking and writing. It tries to identify both the strengths and weaknesses of productive skills of English with a view to helping the students to improve their productive skills. This study helps the students to know the level of their productive skills in English. It also helps the teacher to understand the students writing and speaking capability. The English proficiency of our Bengali medium students is not in a satisfactory level and one of the reasons is their poor proficiency in writing and speaking. One of the key reasons for the low proficiency that they hardly use other materials anything besides their textbooks and do not practice target language in their personal life. The objective of the research is to examine the subjects and different aspects of speaking skills like accuracy, fluency and writing skills for example word order, improvising, discarding, layout, punctuation and the students' capability to implement these skills while writing and speaking. Contribute to it the study used the students of class one to four of two different Bengali medium schools as subjects and a questionnaire. The results show that the students' productive skills are not in a satisfactory level. For every second language learners, it is necessary to know and speak English accurately and fluently. Individual teachers should adopt a clear concept of teaching methodology as they have a vital role in language teaching. In Bangladesh most of the learners experience difficulty in learning second language specifically English where the learning the language becomes the focal point. Therefore, it is necessary to know how effective are these methods and how much they involve teachers and students in a language class. Thus, Classroom observation is also important to find out the effectiveness of the methods of teaching. This paper will provide comprehensive, contrastive and analytical insight into the different methodology implemented in Bangladesh and the learner's output. . Finally, the study gives some suggestions for the students to improve their productive skills in English.