Communicative Reading Comprehension Competency Influences Written Composition Skills Performance of Faculty in English Discipline

Ma. Delia G. Ambulong, Jazziem M. Jumsali, Annie Vee M. Barnido, Allan J. Abdurahman


James Britton proposed three primary language functions, which researchers tested using faculty members from Tawi-Tawi Regional Agricultural College (TRAC), for communicative reading comprehension—transactional, expressive, and poetic. Tawi-Tawi has many schools with high literacy levels, which contributes to a better society and a more peaceful country. The results revealed that the gender of the respondents had no bearing on their level of communication competency, and no significant differences were found between male and female faculty members. Additionally, there was no significant relationship found between the socio-demographic profiles and teaching performance of the faculty members in the English discipline.

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World Journal of English Language
ISSN 1925-0703(Print)  ISSN 1925-0711(Online)

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