Working Conditions in Elementary Schools in the Relation Town – Village, as an Impacting Factor to Learning English

Halit Burrniku

Abstract


The intention of this work is to analyze reasons that cause stumbling in mastering English of pupils coming from certain regions of Skopje surrounding. To be able to reach the wanted conclusions, a much broader research than sticking to the just English language as a subject was required. It took the necessary study of the entire elementary education management in Skopje and Republic of Macedonia, concentration on researching chance of differences in managing the elementary schools in the relation town – village. Thus the work as a whole may look more of a general work condition research than dealing with English. Yet, behind every finding of lack of working conditions, especially in the rural areas, the real concern is meant to be the learning/teaching English problem. Inequality of working conditions, among other matters, directly and indirectly, brings about the certain knowledge level of English as a foreign language, by urban area students.The schools included in this work were some characteristic ones are chosen from urban areas, within the town Skopje, as well as the counterpart ones from the rural areas, of villages in the surrounding areas. The work is compiled by selecting data at the spot of the study.

Keywords: working conditions, learning English, inequality, government, urban-rural.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.0001/(aj).v2i4.1303

DOI (PDF): http://dx.doi.org/10.0001/(aj).v2i4.1303.g1833

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