Bulletin of Business and Economics (BBE)

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Students’ Perceptions about Teaching English as Compulsory Subject at Secondary Level in Punjab, Pakistan


Authors:

Sher Ali, Naseem Ahmad, Noreen Manzoor, Sofia Naseer

Citation:

Ali, S. Ahmad, N. Manzoor, N. & Naseer, S. (2014). Students’ Perceptions about Teaching English as Compulsory Subject at Secondary Level in Punjab, Pakistan. Bulletin of Business and Economics, 3(1), 21-33.

Abstract:

English language gained importance with the rise of English imperialism. English was adopted as official language in English colonies e.g., Indian sub-continent, Middle East, Africa, Australia, USA etc. As the Europeans especially English people made progress in science and technology, it became the language of science and technology and no one can make progress in fields of modern knowledge without having mastery over English language. English language has been the common language of the world for decades. In the light of the statistical analysis and findings of the study, the following conclusions were drawn. It was concluded that students of the   secondary school levels in Haveli Lakha. Like and give very much importance to English as a compulsory subject at secondary level because they thought it very compulsory for them to compete the modern age.

Keywords:

English language, students, science, school

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Article Type:

Research Article

Pages:

21-33

Publisher:

Research Foundation for Humanity (RFH)


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