The Effect of Online Article Writing on Pakistani English Language Graduates' Writing Skills


  • Kainat Zeb MPhil Scholar, Department of English, Islamia College, Peshawar, KP, Pakistan
  • Muhammad Waqar Ali Assistant Professor, Department of English, Islamia College Peshawar, KP, Pakistan



Blogging, Language Proficiency, Online Article Writing, Productive Skills


In wake of current digitalization of knowledge, the use of virtual tools and platforms is proliferating to cultivate English language skills. Despite the research conducted in this area, there is still room for further inquiry as little research is available in the context of Pakistan. With the intention to fill the gap, this study aimed at fathoming the impact of online writing articles on the language proficiency of English language learners/graduates. Primarily, the current research intended to investigate whether the language skills of learners improves by online writing and whether self-assessment has a positive impact. The study is a quantitative research. Consequently, a 15-item questionnaire was designed to collect data from English Graduates, currently working as content writers across Pakistan. 5-point Likert-scale was employed to measure the participants’ perceptions. The findings show that online writing practices have a positive impact on overall language skills in general and lexico-grammatical competence in particular. Additionally, they admitted that online article writing can prove a better contributor than other traditional writing practices carried out in a language classroom to enhance their English language skills.





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How to Cite

Zeb, K., & Ali, M. W. (2024). The Effect of Online Article Writing on Pakistani English Language Graduates’ Writing Skills. Pakistan Languages and Humanities Review, 8(2), 90–100.