The effect of handling a big class on English Language Teaching.

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Kampala International University, College of Education, Open and Distance Learning.
The research field study was carried primary schools, namely Kinakyeika, Rwenywawa, Ngurwe, and Bukinda primary Refugee settlement of Hoima District. out in Kasonga, schools six selected Nyamiganda, in Kyangwali The main aim of the study was handling a big'class on teaching to assess the English language. effect of The study therefore looked at how a big class affects teaching English language in primary schools, importance of teaching English language and the advantages attributed to handling a small class on teaching English language. The study that adopted several data collection methods such as interviewing, questionnaire, observation and literature reviewing and used coding and tabulation to process and analyze the data, took a period of four weeks. The study had a target population of forty respondents who included teachers, Head "teachers, Heads of English Departments and pupils who were able to give the required relevant data. personality of teachers, overcrowded classrooms, other factors lead to The study discovered that the characteristics of pupils, the government policies among several this situation. Thereafter, the researcher made several conclusions on handling a big class, improving the efficiency of teachers, methods of teaching and learning environment. The researcher considered the study successful.
A research report submitted to the Faculty of Education in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Award of Bachelor of Education Degree of Kampala International University.
English Language, Big Class, Effect, Teaching.