Strategies for 21st Century English Teachers

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With the advent if technology and plethora of avenues available, students are losing interest in English and it is becoming a mode of attaining marks. English is not only about grammar and composition but also about stories, poems, drama and novels. In order to understand characters and their motives or tenses and prepositions, rules aren't sufficient. To think, to empathise, to analyse, to comprehend and to apply is essential. This workshop aims at all of this and more to make an English class more interactive.

Teaching & learning of English language requires a set of analytical and critical thinking skills. Join us for a 2 hour workshop on how to use active learning strategies including flipped class and other strategies to develop 21st century skills in your English classroom.

Key Takeaways

- Learn interactive hands on activities for an English classroom
- Use active learning and flipped classroom strategies to enhance 21st century skills

English Teachers teaching Grades 5 to 12
Dr. Pooja Jain
Head of English Department, The Assam Valley School

A passionate educator and a keen learner, Pooja has a teaching experience of over 15 years, at leading schools like the Scindia School of Boys, Sherwood School and now The Assam Valley School. Debates, Dramatics, Public Speaking and Stage Activities fascinate her the most. Pooja is also the Round Square Representative at AVS. She firmly believe in an unbiased and inclusive mode of imparting education.

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