A BRIEF OVERVIEW OF THE CHALLENGES IN ONLINE ELT CLASSROOM AMIDST COVID 19: STUDY CONDUCTED AT NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MODERN LANGUAGES, RAWALPINDI

Authors

  • Sumayya Amra
  • Amina Imran
  • Ammara Sarfraz
  • Mubbshir Ali
  • Humera Yaseen
  • Taha Shabbir
  • Sahrish Baqir

Keywords:

online learning, covid-19, modern languages

Abstract

With the evolution and growth of novel corona virus, the complete education sector had to undergo a rapid and significant shift. It was because of the shift of the teaching mode from face to face on campus learning classes to online second language learning classroom setting. In the course of this shift the students and the teachers both had to face the unseen challenges. The commitment with the education cannot be left uncatered at any cost. Therefore, the current study has tried to identify the issues that remained hurdle while online teaching at the university level. And for the later researchers it leaves a gap to further pinpoint the exact tasks that could enhance the online quality teaching. The purpose of the current study is to find out the challenges confronted by learners from the NUML University, Rawalpindi Campus, during the transition to online English language learning in the second semester of 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic and explore possible solutions and suggestions for future virtual learning.

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Published

2021-10-17

How to Cite

Sumayya Amra, Amina Imran, Ammara Sarfraz, Mubbshir Ali, Humera Yaseen, Taha Shabbir, & Sahrish Baqir. (2021). A BRIEF OVERVIEW OF THE CHALLENGES IN ONLINE ELT CLASSROOM AMIDST COVID 19: STUDY CONDUCTED AT NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MODERN LANGUAGES, RAWALPINDI. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 18(10), 2820-2827. Retrieved from https://www.archives.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/10247