Analysis of the Learners’ Problems of Previous Primers Being Used in Different Literacy Centers
Keywords:Learners’ Problems, Adult Literacy, Literacy Centers, Literacy Objectives
The former primers being employed in various literacy centers were evaluated on the basis of contents and literacy objectives. Current study being descriptive in nature comprised self-developed questionnaire. The responses obtained from the questionnaire were fed in Microsoft excel programmes. Questionnaire using five-point Likert scale, having close ended responses were developed by researcher through consulting related researches, by making basis the literature review. After determining validity and reliability of research tool, the researcher personally visited and administered questionnaire from the selected respondents. To analyze the data, the statistical package for Social Science (SPSS) was utilized by using formulas. The results that were attained were stated in the form of tables and figures. The conclusions and interpretations drawn from these results were also stated. Major findings of the study were the students' responses and teachers feel that the existing primer is pleasing.
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