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English Language Teaching : New Perspectives

Edited by Ashok Kumar

ISBN 10: 8126914793 / ISBN 13: 9788126914791
Published by Atlantic Pub, 2011
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Contents Foreword Preface 1 New linguistic cultural socio political issues and second language acquisition in IndiaAshok Kumar 2 Conscientious methods of evaluation some pedagogical issues and concernsAmrendra Sharma 3 Employment of new EFL approaches and speech anxieties as predicators of University students?s triumphNasrah M Ismail 4 Shifting paradigms and teaching of English in India society and changeSuruchi Dubey 5 Excavating new communication skills and soft skills from Indian streets exploring future strategic dimensions of ELT in IndiaSudhir Narayan Singh 6 Role of  teachers to develop speaking skills in shifting paradigmsInnyasamma Gade 7 New EnglishEnglishes a threat to the indigenous languagesAnshu Surve 8 Employment of ICT in innovative language teaching an assessmentRamesh C Shukla 9 Constructivism and the new progression of language educationSaryug Yadav 10 Shifting paradigms Gandharva Vivah linking Hindi and EnglishAshok Singh Rao 11 Creating appropriate environment for disadvantaged group of ESL learners in India implications for ESL teaching and learningRajni Singh 12 Give them sunshine employing new techniques of dramatic enactment in Hinglish in a classroom set upVandana Pathak 13 Use of E-mail in effective English language teaching in IndiaAnju Bala Agrawal 14 India?s ambivalent attitude to English new threat to social peace and its position in new world orderShiv Kumar Yadav 15 Shifting paradigms teaching communicative English in North Bihar at village levelAnjani Kumar 16 Recovering reshaping and relocating the queen?s tongue emergent India new English and the print MediaAsima Ranjan Parhi 17 Existing between English and Hindlish Vatying new standards of English language teaching in IndiaAmita Patel 18 Colonial to global changing paradigms of English language teaching in IndiaGA Ghanshyam 19 Shifting paradigms and teaching short stories at he tertiary level an experimental studyJ Samuel Kirubaher 20 Shifting paradigms listening as an indispensable skill in ELTMeenakshi Biswal 21 Ruminations on new oral language skills and process of learningK Sandhya 22 New conception and perception pertaining to English language in IndiaManju Ojha BibliographyLanguage and technology being two major focuses of educational reform in Indian higher education teachers of English as a foreign language have to cope with the challenges of technological and pedagogical shifts taking place in the teaching profession English is widely acknowledged as an international language and it serves as an effective medium of instruction in the Indian educational institutions English Language Teaching ELT has shifted its focus to the available modes mediums and trends The stylistic shifts have been from traditional to the formal style Consequently there are sharp indications of swiftly shifting paradigms of ELT in IndiaThis anthology concentrates on the new perspectives in English Language teaching Variosu aspects of ELT have been illumined in papers provided by eminent teachers and researchers both in and outside India It incisively epitomizes how special paradigmatic searches of the young generation have contributed to the establishment of the prevailing interests and overwhelmingly altered the global sceneThe book it is expected will provide deeper insights into the subject and indeed find a warm welcome in the hands of the connoisseurs of English language teaching in India 358 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 96322

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Title: English Language Teaching : New Perspectives

Publisher: Atlantic Pub

Publication Date: 2011

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Language and technology being two major focuses of educational reform in Indian higher education, teachers of English as a foreign language have to cope with the challenges of technological and pedagogical shifts taking place in the teaching profession. English is widely acknowledged as an international language, and it serves as an effective medium of instruction in the Indian educational institutions. English Language Teaching (ELT) has shifted its focus to the available modes, mediums and trends. The stylistic shifts have been from traditional to the formal style. Consequently there are sharp indications of swiftly shifting paradigms of ELT in India. This anthology concentrates on the new perspectives in English Language Teaching. Various aspects of ELT have been illumined in papers drawn from eminent teachers and researchers both in and outside India. It incisively epitomizes how special paradigmatic searches of the young generation have contributed to the establishment of the prevailing interests and overwhelmingly altered the global scene. The book, it is expected, will provide deeper insights into the subject and indeed find a warm welcome in the hands of the connoisseurs of English Language Teaching in India.

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Ashok Kumar is Lecturer in the Deptt. of English, Urdu & Other Languages, State Council of Educational Research & Training, Uttarakhand, India. He has earlier served as Head, Deptt. of Humanities, IMS Engineering College, Ghaziabad and Shobhit Institute of Engineering & Technology, Gangoh, Saharanpur, affiliated to U.P. Technical University, Lucknow, U.P. Dr. Kumar has presented numerous research papers in various national and international conferences, seminars, and workshops and also contributed a good number of insightful articles in various journals and anthologies. His anthologies Swiftly Shifting Paradigms of English Language Teaching in India (2010) and Commonwealth Literature in English: Past & Present (co-ed., 2009) have also been widely appreciated. His areas of interest comprise ELT, Inter-cultural Communications, Advertising Communications, Indian Writing in English, Modern Fiction and Poetry, and British, Canadian and Australian Literature in English. Besides his keen interests in literature, he is vigorously involved in carrying out research in the areas of Technical and Communicative English. He is a life member of Indian Association of English Studies.

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