The effectiveness of comprehensible input in primary level English language classes: a perspective from Bangladesh
AuthorMubashshir, Abdullah Al
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The main objective of this research was to find the effectiveness of comprehensible input on primary level students’ English learning. A quantitative research approach had been followed where two groups of students got two kinds of input: comprehensible and non-comprehensible. The researcher then analysed the results of the groups to find out whether comprehensible input can do any better than non-comprehensible input in primary students’ English learning. The research found that the group which got comprehensible input could understand the text better thus got higher marks than the group which got non comprehensible input. Both groups got input through reading text which also reflected the credibility of reading as comprehensible input. The researcher hopes that this study would help National Curriculum of Education Board of Bangladesh (NCTB) and our English teachers to gain the benefits of comprehensible input by implementing it on primary students for their English learning.