Application of PowerPoint Presentation in Managing Writing Skills in Large English Language Teaching Classes

Bankole, M. A., Ademokoya, J.


The study examined the need for inculcating the application of Power Point Presentation in managing writing skills in large classes at College of Education, Ikere-Ekiti.  The Schools of Education and Languages were used for this study.  The sampled population included one hundred students in each of the Schools.  A total of two hundred students were randomly selected as samples.  Simple random sampling technique was used to distribute one hundred students into the Control Group and one hundred students into the Experimental Group.  A total number of two hundred copies of Achievement Multi-Choice Tests were administered on the students as pre-test before the commencement of the study and as post-test after six weeks of intensive teaching of the experimental and control groups by the researchers.  Data were collected using as standard and reliable marking guide.   The data collected using Analysis of Variance (ANOVA).  The null hypothesis was tested at 0.05 level of significance.  The findings of the study revealed that students perform better when taught with power point presentation. It was equally discovered through the study that gender plays little of no role in the achievement of students in power point presentation.

Keywords:  ICT, Writing Skills, Large Classes, ELT.

DOI: 10.7176/JLLL/68-04

Publication date:May 31st 2020

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