Structuring Team Teaching to Enhance Teaching and Learning of Literature-in English and English Language in Secondary Schools

Richard Kamai, Jude Valentine Badaki


The prospects of team teaching in enhancing language teaching and learning in the secondary school was examined. An integrated framework with a structural paradigm [T??LI?T?] proposed by Kamai & Badaki (2011) was adopted as a framework for the study. The data was derived from a pre-intervention test [T?] where seven (7) English language teachers of Concordia College, Yola, Nigeria were constructively assessed while teaching English language and Literature in English in their various classes and the performance of students in pre and post Language Intervention [LI] tests. A post-test[T?] indicated that team teaching was responsible for the enhanced performance of students. Equally, the results of the teacher evaluation show that team teaching  provides opportunity for teachers to identify their strengths  and weaknesses. The study concludes that team teaching is a relevant technique for enhancing the teaching and learning of English and literature in the secondary schools.

Keywords: Integrated Language Framework , Language Intervention ,Team Teaching, Secondary School.

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