Role of Teacher in Improving Students Writing Skills at Primary Level in AJ&K
Role of Teacher in Improving Students Writing Skills
Keywords:Role of teacher, Communication Skills, Writing skills, Primary level
This study was conducted to examine the role of teachers in improving students writing skills at primary level in AJ&K. The current study was descriptive in nature and survey method was used for data collection. The population of the study contains 789 primary levels teachers in kotli AJ&K. The sample was selected by using a convenient sampling technique. A five-point likert scale questionnaire was used as a tool in this study. A statistical package for social science software (SPSS) was used for the analysis of data. The researcher applied frequency, percentage, mean and standard deviation for the analysis of data. It is concluded that teachers motivate the students to improve their grammatical mistakes during teaching the writing skills. Teacher helps students to distinguish between small and capital letters. It is recommended that teacher suggest their students to use wooden writing board for improvement of writing.
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