Analyzing the Effectiveness of Extrinsic Motivation in the Teaching of English Language at BS Level

Mr. Irfan Ullah - Lecturer, Department of English, Abdul Wali Khan University Mardan, KP, Pakistan
Mr. Nasir Ali - BS Sociology, University of Peshawar, KP, Pakistan
Dr. Hanif Ullah Khan

Abstract

The study looked into experimental research to analyse the Effectiveness of Extrinsic Motivation in the Teaching of English Language at BS Level. It has defined the aptitude of English language of the learners, inspiration for learning, motivation level and learners’ achievements. The main objectives of the study were to recognize the wants apropos of the aptitude of English language of the learners at BS level, inspiration for learning, motivational techniques and to verify the learners’ motivational level.The results were drawn by the researcher in the light of the analysis of the data.The achievement level of Control Group, taught by traditional method, improved but the average performance of the Experimental Group, taught by modern methods, was better. The achievement level of Experimental Group, taught with motivational techniques, as shown in Post-test was better than that of Pre-test and the values of Post-test were close to the critical boundary. The learners of Experimental Group, taught with the aid of motivational techniques, performed better than those of Control Group, taught by traditional method, but the result was insignificant due to high level of the respondents.