Problems and Challenges for the First Generation Learners

Shakibur Rahman Khan


The article Problems and challenges for the First Generation Learners seeks to explore the important issues and problems encountered by first generation English learners and teachers in the context of learning and teaching in Saudi Arabia. It is assumed that the quality of teaching, teachers, and teaching materials provided to the first generation learners as in the context of my experience of teaching, Wadi Ad-Dawasir, Sattam Bin Abdul-Aziz University, has to have certain standards and measuring rods to assess the impact of teaching.


Learners, Environment, Fear Factor, Acclimatization

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