Sadia Waris, Shahzad Ahmad, Munwar Bagum

A Comparative Study of EFL Learners' Preferred Learning Styles for the English Language at the Secondary Level

  • General Economics, Econometrics and Finance

The study examined secondary Urdu EFL students' favourite learning styles. This study compares public and private Urdu EFL learners' preferred English learning approaches. Descriptive quantitative research was used. All Pakpattan District public and private secondary school students were studied. The study used a learning styles questionnaire. EFL research employed a questionnaire, which was reliable. The study sample took the questionnaire. The most common statistical methods—mean score and standard deviation—were employed to assess the data. According to the survey, private secondary school students believe they can recall everything they hear. The study found that public and private school children learn languages similarly. Both prefer auditory and visual learning over tactile. Private secondary school kids learn English via lecturing and remember through listening. The study suggests that teachers recognize students' English learning styles and teach them accordingly.

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