Grammar teaching techniques at primary level in urban and rural areas of Bangladesh
AuthorSultana, Nur Nigar
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English language teaching and learning is still very much challenging for the teachers’ and students’ in Bangladesh. This paper shows the comparative study of how the grammar teaching techniques influence in rural and urban ESL classroom. The researcher conducted the study on randomly selected 75 students and 6 teachers of 8 ESL classrooms at the primary level in the both urban and rural areas of Bangladesh. Likert scale has been employed to collect the data from the participants. Quantitative method of analysis has been applied by the researcher with shows that teachers of urban and rural areas differ in grammar teaching techniques. This paper will have important role in guiding teachers to use different teaching techniques to enables language learning in both areas.