A Journal of Teaching English Language and Literature

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

Reports

  • Lecture Series at Shaheed Bhagat Singh Evening College
    By: Kalyanee Rajan

    Carpe Diem, The English Language and Literature Society of Shaheed Bhagat Singh Evening College in collaboration with the Forum for Teachers of English Language and Literature (FORTELL), kick started its Lecture Series with the inaugural lecture delivered byProfessor Rama Mathew, an eminent academic, former Head of Department and Dean, Central Institute of Education (CIE), University of Delhi on... Read more
  • Celebrating 450th Birth Anniversary of Shakespeare
    By: Gorvika

    English Literary Association (ELA) of Rajdhani College,University of Delhi in collaboration with Fortell celebrated 450th birth anniversary of iterature stalwart William Shakespeare on September 23, 2014. The Principal Dr. Vijay Laxmi Pandit delivered the welcome address and highlighted the importance and relevance of Shakespeare in the contemporary world.understanding possible. The chief guest,... Read more
  • MAC Annual Lecture
    By: Mona Sinha

    Annual Lecture at Maharaja Agrasen College The Department of English at Maharaja Agrasen College was privileged to invite renowned academic, formerly Professor and Head, Department of English, University of Delhi, Prof. Harish Trivedi to deliver its Annual Lecture on September 18, 2014. The event was held in the college premises at Vasundhara Enclave in collaboration with FORTELL which has a... Read more
  • Workshop for School Teachers
    By: Sandhya Koli

    A workshop on Teaching English was conducted by Falguni Chakravarty, a renowned educationist, counsellor and writer on August 23, 2014 at Tulips International School. The trainer gave teachers valuable practical ideas for adopting communicative methodology and improving the effectiveness of English language teaching in school. The primary purpose of this training was to explore the importance of... Read more
  • Rhapsody: Literature Festival of ZHDC
    By: Aman Kumar

    The English Department at Zakir Husain Delhi College, University of Delhi, organised their annual literary festival-event, Rhapsody 2014. The one day festival was organised in collaboration with FORTELL, whose generous support helped in organizing a host of literary events. The festival was inaugurated with an enlightening lecture, ‘Jorasanko-The Writing of Bio Fiction’ by Dr.Aruna Chakravarty,... Read more
  • Interrogating English Studies in India
    By: Anavisha Banerjee

    Conference organized by Department of English, Bharati College, University of Delhi, in association with FORTELL, supported by ICSSR and Sahitya Akademi. (5th-7th Feb, 2014) The conference was a three day event and the Principal and Convenor, Dr. Promodini Varma delivered the welcome address in which she highlighted the urgency of rethinking the objectives of English studies in India, given the... Read more
  • IATEFL 2014, Harrogate, UK
    By: Sabina Pillai

    Attending the International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language (IATEFL) 2014 conference as a Cambridge English scholar this year gave me a ringside view of the world’s largest conference on English language teaching. The charming town of Harrogate in northern England came alive with the conference in early April this year. With the impressive International Centre as the... Read more
  • Developing Speaking Skills
    By: Chetna Bhola

    Rainbow School, Janak Puri in collaboration with FORTELL conducted a workshop on ‘Developing Speaking Skills’ on December 14, 2013. The resource person for the workshop was Ms.Falguni Chakravarty, a Cambridge ESOL CELTA trainer who has published many course books for ESOL and KET examinations of Cambridge University and also provides in-service teacher training to primary and secondary school... Read more
  • ELT Workshop
    By: Zahra Ramish Rizvi

    An English language teaching workshop on ELT methodologies with a special focus on CCE was organized on October 26, 2013 at Tulips International School by FORTELL. The invite was sent to about 10 nearby schools and 20 teachers teaching classes I-V attended the workshop. The resource person was Ms. Payal Khatri, a certified CELTA Trainer from University of Cambridge and Jolly Phonics, U.K. She has... Read more