The Present Scenario of English Language Teaching in a Bangladeshi School
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The internship report reviews the current state of English language teaching in Bangladesh from the collected data, facts and observation by a field visit in a school over a period of three days. To serve this purpose and complete this internship project a school was needed to be selected. In an earlier part the name and all specific wanted details of that school had been included. To conduct and fulfill this internship, permission of the respected principal of that selected school was also required which was not easy at all but with the wise guidance of respected supervisor, planned arrangement, effective interpersonal skill and helpful and supportive school management the school visit, observation of three different class and conduction of teaching session in two different class were completed. The end outputs are satisfactory. Teaching staffs, their methods, presentation, lesson plans are impressive as well as their honest attempts of using English language by both the teachers and the students. The surrounding of school compound and states of classrooms are praiseworthy. The connection and relation among the teachers and the students also carry positive vibe but even after all that praiseworthy effort there are still some further room for improvement. In short, this report has made an honest, objective and best possible attempt to bring out the true image of current state of English language teaching and compare and analyze those views.