A Journal of Teaching English Language and Literature

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

Article

  • Teaching Generation Z: Challenges in the Contemporary Classroom
    By: Rachna Sethi

    Abstract Today the teachers of Generation X (born between 1965-1979) and Generation Y (born between 1980-1994) face the challenging task of teaching the students of Generation Z (born between 1995-2015) in colleges. Generation Z or post-millennials have never known a world without smart phones and... Read more
  • The Activities Based on a Literary Text for an ESP Classroom
    By: Divya John

    Abstract ELT experts accept the creative potential of literary text in the language classroom, but the English teachers in engineering colleges have differing experiences of the students’ outlook towards it. The acceptance of a literary text depends on the kind of text chosen, the quality of... Read more
  • Reading in the Indian Classroom
    By: Veena Kapur and Megha Dang

    Abstract In this paper, we will attempt to explore the implications of the implementation of an important educational policy—Chunauti 2018—an initiative of the Delhi Government to curb the dropout rate of students and to improve the quality of education with a special focus on students who are weak... Read more
  • Dalit Canon Formation and the African American Experience
    By: Kotti Sree Ramesh and D. Jyothirmai

    Abstract What is a canon? Should Dalit literature, or for that matter, should subaltern literatures have an exclusive canon? Or, should they aspire to gain space in an established canon? What is it that these literatures aspire towards as far as canon is concerned? In this paper, I will deliberate... Read more
  • Cosmopolitan Ethics in the Poetry of Agha Shahid Ali
    By: Ishrat Bashir

    Abstract This paper critically analyzes the poetry of Agha Shahid Ali to demonstrate how Ali’s poetry envisages a cosmopolitan ethos. Though the politico-legal ramifications of a cosmopolitan philosophy cannot be underestimated but the moral and cultural substratum is significant for the... Read more