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A study to explore the efficacy of the English Grammar course among B.Ed. student-teachers

Author Affiliations

  • 1St. Teresa’s Institute of Education, S.V. Road, Santacruz (West), Mumbai-54, Maharashtra, India

Res. J.Educational Sci., Volume 9, Issue (1), Pages 33-35, August,1 (2021)


Grammar is the foundation of English language. It has a great impact on all four skills of language viz. reading, writing, listening and speaking. Superior communication skills call for an enhanced level of grammatical proficiency. Competence in communication involves knowledge and application of appropriate grammar and language to convey accurate meaning. Thus, teaching of grammar is considered crucial and hence has found its way into syllabi and curriculum. English particularly as a second or a foreign language is difficult to acquire naturally; training and structured education are imperative. Though it is argued that some learners acquire grammar rules naturally, but it cannot be negated that accurate and fluent English Language requires learning of grammar. With this purpose, the researcher constructed an English Grammar Course and aimed at investigating its effectiveness among the B.Ed. student-teachers. The researcher used an experimental method to ascertain the effectiveness of the course in case of First and Second year B.Ed. student-teachers. The research would help to understand the effectiveness of the course and its further implementation on various stakeholders.


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