Vol. 3, Issue 5 (2017)
Teacher’s interpersonal behaviour and student’s success in english as a foreign language in institutes of Bahawalpur, Pakistan
Author(s): Amna Rehman, Rabia Rehman, Maria Kokab, Mamuna Ghani
Abstract: The aim of this research is to study the role of teacher’s interpersonal behaviour with the students, as a factor in learning atmosphere where English is taught in a classroom situation as a foreign language. The research involves the assumption of the teacher being a facilitator, providing motivation to the students in order to gain success in language learning. The variables used during the research include pleasure, confidence, relevance and effort. The four motivational factors have been discussed with the help of attitude scale towards English (ASE).The study is conducted at undergraduate level, focussing upon the teacher’s contribution in second language learning in Pakistan, where English is a compulsory subject. An English test was conducted to measure the success of students in language learning. Teacher interpersonal perspective has not yet been studied much in Pakistan.