Converse correctly in English
Experience: 10 years
English has been accepted and recognised as the language of modern era to enable better and lucid communication at national and international platform. It is taught as a compulsory subject from class 1 to graduate level.
Speaking is the most common and effective skill in today’s fast and forgettable times. It requires a lot of practice, pronunciation expertise and variation to get supremacy in no time. The spontaneity and charisma of a wonderful speaker leaves an un-erasable and spellbinding effect on the audience.
On the other hand, writing is the most glorious and graceful skill that one can possess. I, for one, feel that it is a never-ending challenging process in one’s lifetime. Contrary to the popular belief, writing skills are utmost mandatory in becoming a radiant and refined speaker.
In my endeavour to bring both these skills at the forefront, I am here to put the spotlight on the significance of Role-plays in English language learning. As an English language enthusiast and trainer, I always wanted to teach in a fun-filled fashion. In my quest for a light-weighted alternative program, I stumbled across the idea of Role-plays.
I was delighted to see my students’ response to the scripts that were written on various topics. We realised that Role-plays provide an equal and balanced participation to all the students. Not only did they learn about grammatical and pronunciation rules weaved within all the role-plays, but also the art of execution through appropriate gestures and expressions.
I do believe that these set of scripts would equip all the language learners with a different and distinctive perspective of Speaking and Writing skills.