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Conventional And Digital Methods Of Teaching Poetry To The High School Students

 

B.Paramesh Naik

Research Scholar

Acharya Nagarjuna University

Nagarjunanagar, Guntur, A.P

 

Dr. G. Chenna Reddy

Assistant Professor

Department of English

Acharya Nagarjuna University

Nagarjunanagar, Guntur, A.P

 

 

Abstract

Teaching verse or writing is like actualizing any EFL action in that the educators must consider the language level of the students so that the material chose is not very troublesome. It is likewise vital to stress that all students can and ought to uninhibitedly communicate while talking about the verse. This opportunity of expression guarantees a synergistic, learner-focused classroom that considers the EFL students’ individual contrasts, learning objectives, and full of feeling elements. A decent approach to guide students into a verse lesson is to give them a general feeling for the thoughts introduced in the sonnet by giving a warm-up movement. Students ought to first conceptualize and express their assessments about the subjects of the sonnet. At first, they may not feel sure that they can all the while express their suppositions and allude to the phonetic parts of a ballad, so the educators might need to pick warm-up exercises that don’t really allude to the language in the lyric, yet to a topic or picture. For instance, educate mistakes can demonstrate a photo of a thing or character and let students  answer inquiries regarding the photo, or have students  meet each other about individual encounters identified with the topics of the ballad.

Keywords: classroom, language, learn, method, poetry, students, teaching, technique

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