Volume : 5, Issue : 9, SEP 2019

A STUDY OF EFFECTIVENESS OF ICT IN TEACHING ENGLISH TO DEVELOP THE ENTREPRENEURSHIP AMONG THE HIGHER SECONDARY STUDENTS IN NEW ENGLISH SCHOOL AND JR. COLLEGE OF SCIENCE BHALAWANI.

SHRI. HEGADE NAVNATH DHARMAJI

Abstract

The present study aimed to study the effectiveness of ICT in teaching English to higher secondary students. For present study two equivalent groups of students were made. The sample of the study consisted of 40 students studying in New English School And Junior College of Science Bhalwani, Pandharpur, Solapur, Maharashtra, India. There are two groups of equal students one is control group which consists 20 students and second one is experimental group which consists 20 students from the same class. The students of controlled who were taught with the ICT and experimental group were taught by traditional method. After teaching to two groups by different methods a post test was administered. The collected data were described to statistical analysis and obtained results were interpreted. The students of experimental group fared better in their achievement rather than the control group. Such interpretation showed that the ICT enhanced the achievement of the students as far as the traditional method is compared. The results of present study reveals that the effect of ICT in teaching English to higher secondary students is remarkable.

Keywords

STUDY, EFFECTIVENESS, ICT, TEACHING, ENGLISH, HIGHER, SECONDARY ETC.,

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