*Sahaya George Dharathi & **Rexlin Jose, G.
* Research Scholar (Reg. No: 21214011042004), Department of Education, ManonmaniamSundaranar University, Tirunelveli, Tamilnadu, India.
** Assistant Professor, Department of Education (DD&CE), Manonmaniam Sundaranar University, Tirunelveli, Tamilnadu, India.
In many colleges and educational institutions around the world, English is the language of instruction. Students that are fluent in English can study and learn at the greatest colleges and universities. People can improve their cognitive talents, critical thinking skills, and problem-solving capabilities by learning English. Additionally, it helps boost their self-esteem and communication abilities. With its extensive vocabulary, English may be used to converse with individuals from all over the world. Being able to comprehend lectures, textbooks, and other course materials will be made easier by the fact that the majority of academic courses are offered in English. English proficiency is a need for many employees, and having a large vocabulary will help you interact with coworkers, clients, and customers efficiently. English is spoken in many countries around the world, and knowing a wide range of vocabulary will help you navigate different cultures and communicate with locals. Learning new words can be fun and rewarding, and can help you express yourself more effectively in both written and spoken communication.
english vocabulary, reading skill, LSRW, english, primary children.
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Sahaya George Dharathi, & Rexlin Jose, G. (2022). Enhancing the English Vocabulary of Primary School Children by Dint of Computer Integrated Module. John Foundation Journal of EduSpark, 4(3), 39-53.