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Volume 4 | Issue 1 | 2021
Author(S): Maria Sajid* and Nadia Hanif
Corresponding Author Affiliation*: Bahria University Lahore Campus, Pakistan
The aim of the current study is to explore the extent to which designed curriculum helps students in developing their social and moral values. In order to achieve the mentioned purpose, a survey is carried out in a private institute of Lahore, Pakistan. English text from grade I is analyzed through a designed questionnaire. The questionnaire is based on Krawthol’s affective domain and administered among teachers and administrators of all campuses with in the same institute to find the role of English text in character building of students. Purposive sampling technique is used to select a sample of 76 participants from the defined population. Data derived from questionnaires is statistically investigated, such as t-test, ANOVA, Cohan’s d, eta and percentages. The survey result clearly shows the positive contribution of Grade I English text in character building of the students, presented in form of tables. Moreover, the research has imperative suggestions for teachers and curriculum developers for further research in the field of character building at elementary level.
Keywords: Character building (social and moral values), English Text, Grade I, Krawthol’s Affective Domain.