Evaluating the Impact of Dialogues on Gender based ESL Learners for Teaching Speaking Skills

Muhammad Safdar Bhatti, Rafia Mukhtar

Abstract


Today the world has become a global village and English language is a key instrument of this globalization. It is spoken and understood almost everywhere in the world. Administrative issues, trade, social and educational matters are discussed in this language. English as a language of international communication is required by numerous people to convey their thoughts and perform a variety of functions in different situations. It is used as a second language in Pakistan. It is required to be learnt from kindergarten to college level. In Pakistani context, it is considered a difficult language on the grounds that its structure, pronunciation and vocabulary are different from other local languages of Pakistan. The current paper evaluates the ways to improve the students’ ability to speak English through dialogues. Major objectives of the study were to identify the problems of the students in speaking skill and to improve this skill of the learners by using dialogues. Research design was mix method of research. Hypothesis of the study was that the students can improve their English speaking skills through dialogue technique. Stratified sampling technique was used to collect the data. The research data was collected by using test and questionnaire. Hundred students and twenty teachers participated in this study. The findings of the study proved the hypothesis correct. The researcher’s conclusion with suggestions and recommendations was also summed up at the end of the study.


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