Volume 20 No 22 (2022)
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ILLUMINATE PREPOSITIONS IN ENGLISH BY DINT OF MULTISENSORY MODULE
SAHAYA GEORGE DHARATHI, Dr G. REXLIN JOSE
Abstract
The main purpose of this study is to analyse the process of illuminating prepositions in English. This study is an effort to test prepositions in English from various perspectives. It may thus focus on the role of the Multisensory module in illuminating prepositions in English. The experiment was conducted at GHS, Thovalai. Initially, a pre-test was given to the control and experimental groups. The test scores were analysed and compared. It was found that both groups were equally poor in their prepositions in English. Further, the experimental group was taught prepositions through multisensory modules. After teaching the modules to the experimental group a post-test was given to them. It was observed that there was a significant improvement in the performance of the experimental group of learners in the pre-test and the post-test. The investigation demonstrated how the multisensory Module had helped upper primary school students improve their prepositions in English. Even though this study was conducted over a little time, the findings clearly demonstrate that the module and the practice assignments encouraged participants to learn preposition, which helped increase their proficiency in it
Keywords
Multisensory, Prepositions, Experiment, English
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