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Innovations in English Language Teaching: Voices from the Indian Classroom presents the views of a number of experienced classroom teachers of English in India who have realised the limitations of traditional pedagogical practices. The book embodies their desire and attempt to adopt a learner-centric approach and explore innovative materials and techniques of teaching English as a second/foreign language. Thus, the book is not based on the choices and decisions of theoreticians and syllabus designers, which are later imposed on teachers, but on the personal experience, the tested materials and strategies, and the distilled pedagogical wisdom of seasoned teachers of English.
The book is expected to be of immense value to all practising teachers of English at the primary, secondary, higher-secondary and tertiary levels, and to teacher trainers and trainer trainees. Students doing graduate and postgraduate courses in education will also find the book a reliable resource. The book will be equally useful to postgraduate students doing courses such as English Language and Literature Teaching (ELLT), offered by many universities in India.
Z. N. Patil teaches English at the Department of Training and Development, The English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad.
Anindya Syam Choudhury teaches at the Department of English, Assam University, Silchar.
S. P. Patil is Principal of the Smt. H. R. Patel Arts Mahila College, Shirpur.