COMPREHENSIVE DISCUSSION ON CHALLENGES IN TEACHING ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE

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  • K. Saravanan, Anjila Singh Mehla, Ekta Rana, M. Kalai Nathiyal, Gayathri Pandurangan, K. Elavarasi

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Spread; Progress; Problems; Prospects; Phonology; Harmony; Diphthongs; Flash Cards.

Abstract

The English language has been crucial in every phase of India's struggle for independence, as well as in the establishment and development of its own national identity. English has historically served as the primary language for diplomatic, administrative, educational, judicial, and information technology purposes. Its role has expanded in meeting the current demands of generating opportunities. Due to the evolving and crucial significance of English, the current situation of English education in India is lamentable. The Education Commissions and think tanks have stressed the significance of instilling appropriate skills in students to meet the current employment demands on a global scale. The challenges associated with teaching English in India can be attributed to the misguided decisions of policy officials, as well as the country's high poverty rates and large population. The issues that need to be addressed in order to improve the teaching and learning of English in India include the absence of a well-defined policy, limited exposure to the language, insufficient availability of appropriate materials, a shortage of qualified teachers, ineffective teaching methods, lack of motivation, an unfavourable teacher-student ratio, and a flawed examination system.

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2024-03-31

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