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PROBLEMS OF GRAMMAR TEACHING-LEARNING AND EFFECTIVE PROCEDURES/WAYS FOR TEACHING GRAMMAR

Because of the globalization and privatization, rapid changes are taking place in the world. That is why, the need to acquire proficiency in English has been felt more than ever before. Communication-written as well as oral has become very necessary for the learners of English as a second language. In that case, the role of grammar instruction in an ESL/EFL context has been for decades a major issue for students and teachers alike.

Developing Language Learning Strategies Through Web Logs

This research seeks to report a blogging programme that was carried out at H M Patel Institute of English Training and Research in the MA [ELT] programme for the final year students. In order to triangulate the findings, the study collected data by surveying the learners’ blogging processes, investigating learning strategies through SILL (Strategy Inventory of Language Learning) and reflective reports, and conducting retrospective interviews.

INNOVATIVE METHOD OF TEACHING ENGLISH: BRAIN STORMING

Brainstorming theory, as a teaching technique is to stimulate creative thinking, usually start from a specific topic and to talk about and discuss a variety of forms of excavation of useful Information to create ideas, and thus broaden students to imagine and think about space, brainstorming, induced collective wisdom, to activate the student's creativity and inspiration.

Task-Based And Activity Based Language Teaching: The Pedagogy Of Learner Centeredness

Task based language teaching and Activity based language teaching is an innovative option in language teaching pedagogy compared to the traditional methods of teaching. This paper shows how TBLT and ABLT  represents a paradigm shift from traditional teacher fronted methods of language teaching, thereby giving learners an opportunity to be more active in the language classroom. The role of the teacher is not diminished in TBLT and ABLT; however the teacher becomes a ‘friend and guide’ and not a ‘sage on the stage’.