English and Chinese as a foreign language at institutional level in Pakistan: Teaching methods and Strategies


  • Aisha Ilyas Riphah International University, Faisalabad
  • Arslan Tahir Riphah International University, Faisalabad
  • Muhammad Ismail Tagga Emerson University, Multan




FLT, teaching methods, teaching strategies, Chinese language, English language,


The study focuses on discovering what approach Pakistani teachers are taking with regard to Chinese and English language teaching and can it promote language learning in the manner they teach? The current study explores numerous styles of teaching approaches and teaching techniques that Chinese and English teachers find to be successful in teaching a language class. This thesis primarily pursued quantitative analysis methodology. The survey approach was primarily used to gather data as defined and quantified by SPSS 23 statistical tools. In data analysis, the researcher uses descriptive statistics to examine and interpret results, obtained by questionnaires. This study's sample contained both Chinese and English students at the institutional level. In specific, for data gathering, a total of 80 respondents were approached from the Faisalabad district. The targeted respondents answered a questionnaire structured in the framework of the Likert scale. The results suggest that English students were considered to be active learners, whereas Chinese students deemed passive learners. This study demonstrates that institutes and organizations of Chinese and English languages need various modifications or changes, on applicable linguistic views regarding language instruction in Pakistan.

Keywords: FLT, teaching methods, teaching strategies, Chinese language, English language.