A Journal of Teaching English Language and Literature

ISSN Print : 2229-6557, Online: 2394-9244

Article

  • Selecting Poems for EFL Students: Criteria and Bank of Titles
    By: Gibreel Sadeq Alaghbary

      Introduction Poetry is not written according to a graded list of words and structures and does not represent a reality that learners can unproblematically identify with. Instead, it represents a world of experience that is ‘designed’ to disrupt, or at least problematize, our perception of it, and... Read more
  • Exploring the Reading-Writing Relationship for Critical Thinking
    By: Nivedita Vijay Bedadur

    The Context As an educator and language faculty, my work involves observing classes, talking to teachers, interviewing candidates and facilitating capacity-building sessions. In order to understand beliefs underlying class room practices I often observe teacher strategies  and reflect upon them ... Read more
  • How Contemporary is Shakespeare?
    By: Anindita Dutta

    Introduction Is Shakespeare relevant today? Such a question often crosses our minds as we read the plays written by the great playwright. However we know very well that Shakespeare’s plays continue to be performed even today not just in English-speaking countries, but in others too in very many... Read more