Instructional Strategies and Resource Utility in Language Teaching among Basic Educators in 21st Century Nigeria

OFODU Graceful Onovughe

Abstract


Learning in the twenty-first century demands learning skills, strategies and utilizing resources which learners can deploy when they leave the school environment. The paper investigates the instructional strategies and resources employed by teachers in teaching and learning English Studies at the basic level of Nigeria’s educational system. It emphasizes the place of instructional strategies and resources at this level. The descriptive research design of the survey type was used. All pupils and teachers in Irepodun/Ifelodun primary schools constituted the population for the study. One hundred and sixty pupils were purposively sampled from four schools in the population. A self-designed questionnaire was the instrument employed for data collection. Two research questions were generated. Data collected were analyzed using frequency counts and percentages.


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English Language Teaching       ISSN 1916-4742 (Print)   ISSN  1916-4750 (Online)

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