English Subject Teachers’ Perceptions and Strategies in Managing Large Classes: A Case Study of Nepal

Authors

  • Dr. Ramesh Prasad Adhikary TU, M. M. Campus, Nepalgunj

Keywords:

teacher’s perception, large class, ELT, quality of teaching, teaching strategy

Abstract

This research entitled “English Subject Teachers’ Perceptions and Strategies in Managing Large Classes (A Case Study of Nepal)” was conducted with the objectives of finding out English subject teachers' perceptions on managing large ELT classes and to find out the current strategies adopted by the teachers. For the research purpose, fifteen English subject teachers were selected from the five different higher secondary schools of Nepalgunj, Banke district, Nepal by using purposive, non- random sampling procedure. In addition, I observed of three classes of each teacher was done. I employed two types of tools; questionnaire and observation checklist for collecting data. The finding shows that most of the English subject teachers are well-aware to manage the large classes and they have to adopt elective approach while dealing in a large class of Nepal.

Keywords: large class, teacher’s perception, ELT, teaching strategy, quality of teaching

Author Biography

Dr. Ramesh Prasad Adhikary, TU, M. M. Campus, Nepalgunj

Dr. Ramesh Prasad Adhikary is an assistant professor of Tribhuwan University, Kathmandu, Nepal. He has been teaching English literature at M.M. Campus since 2007. He has completed his PhD in Existential philosophy and has been doing his research on English language, literature and literary theories. He has created more than 40 international articles and 18 books on various topics of English literature.

 

Published

2020-04-03

How to Cite

Adhikary, D. R. P. (2020). English Subject Teachers’ Perceptions and Strategies in Managing Large Classes: A Case Study of Nepal. Linguistic Forum - A Journal of Linguistics, 2(1), 1-9. Retrieved from http://linguisticforum.com/index.php/ling/article/view/18