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English Language and Literature Teaching



In the wake of globalization, English language and literature teaching has got unprecedented importance. We are witnessing great enthusiasm in learning and teaching of English around us in the recent times. Corporate world, BPO, national / international trade and business, banking, law, tourism, industries, etc. have opened up new avenues for smart learners. Technology assisted classroom set up has reduced the monotony of teaching and learning. Electronic media has opened up a treasure house of information both for the teacher and the learner. They are exposed to the first-hand sources. But technology demands to follow its own norms and rules to develop specific skills. Adoption of varying techno-based changes in teaching and learning has itself posed a new challenge for the traditional teacher and the learner. Overcrowded classrooms, lack of relevance of syllabi, scarcity of trained teachers, unduly changing evaluation policies; the pressure of demands for quality outcome from the stakeholders, increasing importance of smart communication skills are some of the challenges that are being faced by the teacher. There has always seemed a gap between the expectations of the curriculum designers and the learning outcome. It has widely been experienced that both the teacher and the student struggle to get expected result.

  1. English in India : 1.1 National Language Policy and the Status of ELT in India, 1.2 History of ELLT in India, 1.3 Constituents of Teaching English, 1.4 Objectives of Teaching, 1.5 The Role and Relevance of ELLT in India
  2. Role of Psychology in Teaching and Learning : 2.1 Psychology of Language Learning, 2.2 Behaviourists Theory and Cognitivist Theory, 2.3 First, Second Acquisition and Foreign language and acquisition
  3. Methods and Approaches : 3.1 Teaching Methods and Approaches (advantages and limitations), 3.2 Grammar – Translation Method, 3.3 Direct Method, 3.4 Bilingual Method, 3.5 Audio-Lingual Method, 3.6 Micro Teaching, 3.7 Structural Approach: Principles and Features
  4. Plan the Work and Workout the Plan : 4.1 Teaching and Planning, 4.2 Lesson planning: Meaning and advantages, 4.3 Structure of Lesson plan, 4.4 Lesson planning of teaching vocabulary, grammar, poem, drama and short story, 4.5 Teaching language skills: Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing
  5. Phonology and English Language Teaching : 5.1 Teaching and Learning English Phonology, 5.2 Importance of learning Phonology, 5.3 Difficulties of Indian Learners in Learning English Pronunciation
  6. Communication and Teaching of English : 6.1 Teaching Communication Skills, 6.2 Comprehension, Précis, 6.3 Composition (Guided and free), 6.4 Letter writing, 6.5 Technology-aided communication, 6.6 Role of ICT in the Teaching of English
  7. Teaching and Learning of Literary Genres : 7.1 Teaching Literary Genres, 7.2 Poetry, 7.3 Novel, 7.4 Drama, 7.5 Short story
  8. Effective Evaluation : A Key to Success : 8.1 Types of Test, 8.2 Assessment Methods, 8.3 Designing Various Types of Exercises


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