Brain Based Learning and Urdu EFL Learners' Academic Achievement in English at Secondary School Level in District Vehari

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Abstract

Current educational standards are changing dramatically to meet student's academic needs, and learners are at the heart of the educational system. The sole objective of the study is to compare the effect of brain-based learning teaching method and traditional teaching method on students' academic achievement in English at the secondary school level. For this study, the researcher has selected a convenient sample of sixty students enrolled in GBHS9-11/WB who took part in the experiment, and these were divided into two groups: one for control and another for experimental purposes through systematic random sampling. An academic achievement test was developed that served as both a pre-test and a post-test, and both were identical in content and administration. The study concluded that the BBL method is far superior to the traditional method of teaching for the subject of English. Native, foreign or second language learning is a social phenomenon, so brain-based learning teaching method provides socialization to the learner. Therefore, in contemporary forms of teaching, the BBL teaching method is far best for English as a subject.

Authors

1-Muhammad Qasim Ali
PhD (Scholar), Department of Education, The Islamia University of Bahawalpur, Bahawalpur, Punjab, Pakistan.

2-Najam Ul Kashif
Assistant Professor, Department of Education, The Islamia University of Bahawalpur, Bahawalpur, Punjab, Pakistan.

3-Muhammad Asif Shahzad
PhD (Scholar), Department of Education, The Islamia University of Bahawalpur, Bahawalpur, Punjab, Pakistan.

Keywords

Brain-Based Learning, Academic Achievement, English

DOI Number

10.31703/glr.2020(V-II).14


Page Nos

135-144

Volume & Issue

V - II

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Published: 06 2020

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