Volume 18, No. 6, 2021

Madrassa Teachers’ Attitude Towards Learning Of English Language

Muhammad Saleem , Dr. Abzahir Khan , Dr. Karim Dad


Teaching and learning are the basic principles of progress and education. For progress, one needs education and for education, one needs to learn a language. Learning occurs in the condition of knowing the language of the target knowledge. This research aims to explore the attitude of teachers of madrasas toward learning of English language. For this research, the researchers collected data from ten different madrassas of district Mardan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The questionnaire was used as a data collection tool; the questionnaire investigated the attitude of teachers of madrasas regarding learning the English language. The questionnaires were distributed among 100 madrassas’ teachers. The questionnaire contains five questions; the mode of questions was closed-ended [agree, disagree, and not interested]. The questionnaires were analysed with the help of tabulation and manual counting. The findings reveal that the learning of the English language is supported by the majority of the madrassas’ teachers for different purposes.

Pages: 8116-8124

Keywords: English, Language, Learning, Madrassa, Teacher.

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