A Derivative Approach Towards Activity-Centred Language Teaching: Activity-Centred Classrooms

A Derivative Approach Towards Activity-Centred Language Teaching: Activity-Centred Classrooms

Ritu Shepherd (Nehru Arts and Science College, India) and Susmi Mariam Varghese (Nehru Arts and Science College, India)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-3464-9.ch015
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A whole language approach is an educational philosophy, different activities and strategies create meaning to learning. Theoretical view of teaching in a classroom has helped to partially target on formal and informal styles of learning. E-learning has overtaken the traditional to be the best source. Thus, in this chapter, is described the different aspects, which when incorporated, makes learning not only easy but focused. It teaches the teachers and students to be engaged in the process of learning without stress and prepares the personality involved in the process of teaching and learning to be aware of certain remedies so that the platform may be conducive for education. Active and passive learning, cognitive, psychological, and biological aspects taken into consideration show how they are involved to create serious understanding to make the teaching process valuable.
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