Don’t you as an English language teacher want your students to learn and use English with enhanced proficiency? Do you think it is possible for students coming from non-English backgrounds to acquire or learn English and be at par with students from privileged environments in terms of English language use? As much as a challenge … Continue reading Involve Learners to Accelerate Language Learning
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One of the biggest challenges that an English language teacher faces is the disinterest of some students in learning English. Though this is seemingly a non-urban problem, its prevalence can nevertheless not be denied. The ever so enthusiastic teacher is thus left high and dry, with all her zeal to impart learning rendered futile. The … Continue reading Creating Love for the English Language
Language learning and interaction are strongly linked with each other. Of the four language learning skills, listening and speaking are perhaps the most important if proficiency in communicative skills in a particular language has to be achieved. This is why interactive sessions using role play or group discussion is highly recommended as a language teaching … Continue reading Relation between Language learning and Interactive Activities
Elicitation is the technique that a teacher uses to make learners to participate actively in the classroom. When he/she is asking questions instead of providing information to the learners, he/she is eliciting.
Having a good understanding of grammar rules, being equipped with a great vocabulary, possessing the skills of reading and writing are all considered to be parameters to define and evaluate ones proficiency of a given language.