In educational settings, the alignment of learning objectives with actual learning outcomes is a critical concern. The significance of this study is to explore the discrepancies between the desired learning objectives and the actually achieved learning outcomes in a particular English educational subject in Pakistani educational institutions. A thorough study was carried out to analyse the importance of coordinating learning objectives with sociocultural influences, instructional strategies, and assessment methods. The research utilizes a mixed method case study. The qualitative collection of data involves classroom observations and semi-structured interviews. Then to develop a holistic understanding, quantitative surveys are collected from teachers and students. The study population is composed of educators and students from conveniently selective educational institutions. The research explores to determine the root causes by analyzing the perceptions, practices, and experiences. The outcomes of the research are to improve the efficacy of learning objectives by refining educational approaches and stimulating more coherent and fruitful learning outcomes in the English educational context.
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