Assessment of The Problems of Learning the Aural – Oral Skills at JSS Level in Katsina State, Nigeria

Abstract

Effective communication in English by students at the Junior Secondary School level as envisaged by the 9 – Year English Studies Curriculum has remained elusive. In this article, effort is made to trace the problems with a view to offering workable solutions. The descriptive survey method was used. Sixty-eight Junior Secondary School students were used in the study. The subjects selected included 384 students. A self – designed questionnaire was used to collect the information required. Analysis of data was done by means of frequency counts and percentage. The study revealed among others, fear of English by students due to its absurdity. Based on the findings, among the recommendations given, was the need for teachers to employ more friendly activities to teach aural – oral skills to make their learning more effective and enjoyable.

Keywords: Assessment, Aural, JSS Level, Katsina State, Nigeria, oral skills, problems of learning

DOI: https://doi.org/10.37745/ijellr.13/vol10no1pp.32-44

Article Review Status: Published

Pages: 32-44 (Download PDF)

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