Impacts Of Classroom Management In Language Learning: A Case Study Of ONLINE Classes During Covid-19

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Rakhshanda Sartaj , Dr Said Muhammad Khan , Dr. Manzoor Raza , Wajid Riaz (Correspondent author)


The current research deals with Impacts of classroom management in language learning: A case study of online Classes during Covid-19 at The University of Lahore, Sargodha Campus. It is usually observed that online education system is alternative, despite the fact, both students and teachers have the leftover option, therefore, the said methodology is the dire need, however, alternative methodology is always a replacement where problems are already existed. In the current research the researchers try to sort out all problems, probably with good approaches to the satisfactory level that students may able to learn language effectively. Therefore, it is the foremost responsibility of both teachers and students to mutually reach to an effective position where they impart education. Teachers of English subject largely face the problem of classroom controls, particularly in online classes where they cannot punish or taunt students. Therefore, they have to develop different strategies to control classroom environment. The research is descriptive design, given three objectives are determined with classroom control through teachers attitudes whereas teachers of the university of Lahore, Sargodha campus are the population of the research. 20 teachers from department of English language and literature have been selected through convenient sampling method. For this research a questionnaire consisted of 25 items have been developed through likert scale; agree, strongly agree, uncertain/neutral, disagree and disagree.  The researcher intended to meet the criterion of professional teachers as deemed that their attitude is very productive for controlling classroom along with providing and developing harmony between teachers and students. The strategy also supported learning and teaching harmony amongst the students and teachers.

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