Role of Teachers in Developing Learners’ Speaking Skills at Primary Level in District Hyderabad
Keywords:Primary Level, Role, Speaking Skills
The purpose of this study was to find out the role teachers play in developing learners’ speaking skills at primary level in District Hyderabad. The nature of the study was Quantitative Survey research designs. Quantitative data were collected through structured surveys and distributed to primary school teachers across District Hyderabad, while qualitative insights were gathered through in-depth interviews with selected teachers and students. The researchers used Google forms to design the questionnaire and distributed it via email, WhatsApp and social media platforms to get the responses from the target group. Percentages and means technique were used to analyse the data by utilizing SPSS. The outcomes of this study are expected to inform educational strategies, teacher training programs, and curriculum design, fostering an enriched learning experience for primary school students in District Hyderabad and potentially serving as a model for similar educational contexts worldwide.
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