Exploring effects of teacher bullying on secondary English language learning in Dhaka
AuthorAlam, Rifat Ara
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The aim of this study is to investigate the nature of bullying in classroom that takes place in the context of a secondary school in Dhaka and to identify the types of bullying exists in their English language classrooms as well as the implication that are inflicted upon the learners. This study aims to investigate the different types of bullying and classroom management strategies that take place in our secondary Bangla medium schools. Thus, this work will try to bring out the current consequences of bullying on the secondary level learners by analyzing the observational data and interviews. Firstly, it providesa brief outline about the thesis, including the background of the topic, the specific research problem, and associated research questions and objectives of the study along with the significance of the research. Next, explores the relevant materials from extensive bodies of literature on the historical development of bullying and thus it helps to determine the significance of investigating the practice of bullying in the present practice of teaching and learning.After that, itoutlines the research methods for this study by combining both qualitative and quantitative techniques.Again, itprovides a detail account of the research findings based on the students’ survey, teacher’s interviews and observational data.Finally, it explores the research questions by discussing them from the theme based perspectives and thenreports on the brief summary of this study with the conclusive remarks and recommendations.