Teaching Speaking Skills at Tertiary Level in Bangladesh: An Empirical Investigation
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This paper aims to explore the problems of teaching speaking in English at tertiary level in Bangladesh and tends to find out the solutions regarding this issue. Since English is a significant vehicle of communication in this era of globalization, the complications in learning and teaching these skills must be solved. Therefore, through questionnaire survey including teachers and students, those conditions have been investigated by some statistical tools and found that the problems lie mainly within the teaching methods and techniques. Moreover, significant statistical association has been tested between students’ satisfaction of language competence in spoken English before instruction and the level of their improvement in speaking skills after instruction.