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Journal of NELTA
The study mainly focused on exploring the nature of English language classroom assessment and feedback practised within Junior Secondary schools of Bangladesh. A qualitative approach was used to collect data by using classroom observation checklists, English teachers' and head teachers' interview schedules and Focus Group Discussions (FGDs) with students. Thematic analysis was conducted to pull out the findings of the study which showed that teachers assessed the students learning throughdoi:10.3126/nelta.v16i1-2.6133 fatcat:yh7isfg25vfhvfccj5cf72a2sy