International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Research Paper | English Language and Literature | India | Volume 12 Issue 6, June 2023


Class and Instruction Mode Impact on Students in English Subject

P. Ram Reddy | R. Venugopal [8] | T. Narahari | V. Mamatha


Abstract: Formative and summative assessments are two different kinds. Glazer (2014) claims that summative evaluation is typically used to provide learners with a number score and limited feedback. As a result, summative evaluation is frequently employed to assess learning rather than learning itself. By allowing students to gain knowledge via tests, educators may make summative evaluations more formative. This would entail giving students feedback on their examinations and utilizing the teaching potential of exams. The present study is on the influence of Class and medium of instruction on students in English subject. The study has been carried out with a sample of 630 school students in Kurnool district, Andhra Pradesh. The students achieved marks in formative and summative assessments conducted by Board Secondary School, Andhra Pradesh. The data is collected by evaluation or assessment method in stratified random sampling. The study's main objective is to find achievement levels among high school students of Kurnool district in English Subject and also to find out achievement levels of English and Telugu medium high school students of Kurnool district in English subject. The related hypothesisis there would be no significant difference in achievement levels among VIII, IX, and X class high school students of Kurnool district in English Subject, and also, there would be no significant difference among achievement levels of English and Telugu medium high school students of Kurnool district in English subject. The mean, SD, t - test, and F - ratio statistics are used for the study at 0.05 and 0.01 significant levels. It is found that there is no significant difference between high school students in formative assessment 1, 2, and 3 of achievement level in English Subject. Still, there is a considerable difference among VIII, IX, and X class students in summative 1, 2 and overall, in English subject. There is a significant difference between English and Telugu medium students in FA1, FA2, FA3, SA1, and SA2 in English subjects of VIII, IX, and X class students. Still, there is a significant difference between IX and X in FA1 and FA2, and FA3.


Keywords: Class, Medium, Formative, Summative, Assessment, English, Significant


Edition: Volume 12 Issue 6, June 2023,


Pages: 1377 - 1382


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