Classroom Culture and Its Importance in the Post Methods Era for Designing Pedagogy in Bangladesh

Md Khairul Bashar


Classroom culture is an effective determinant for pedagogy to be effective in a particular context. In order to arrive at an appropriate pedagogy in the post methods era  the classroom teachers, researchers and curriculum designers must investigate classroom culture. ELT practitioners of various countries are dissatisfied with the effectiveness of the borrowed pedagogy as the pedagogy has not been designed on the basis of the classroom culture as well as of the wider cultural and contextual realities of a second language learning situation. This dissatisfaction is severe in Bangladesh. So, it has been a must to reconstruct ELT practices. In this regard, some concepts of Post Method Pedagogy can help a lot for formulating a new process of learning English. The present study has been undertaken with a view to offering some new insights in the light of some aspects of Post Methods Pedagogy.

Definition of the Key Terms

Classroom Culture: The term “Classroom culture” has been used to mean what happens in the classroom between teachers and students, psychological state of teachers and learners and also the physical setting of the classroom.

Post Methods Era: The term ‘Post Methods Era’ has been used to mean the time after the period of method.


The term refers everything related to the process of teaching and learning.

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