Do the Stories Help to Develop Communication Skills to the Students at School Level?


Authors : K. Gayithri Devi

Volume/Issue : Volume 5 - 2020, Issue 8 - August

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DOI : 10.38124/IJISRT20AUG140

ommunication involves freedom and unpredictability. In the so called “conversation practice”, the students utter pre-written dialogue. There is no freedom, no choice and no unpredictability. Traditional teachers never gave them a chance and deprive the learners of freedom by giving them the correct response or interpretations. They avoid all vocabulary and structural items that are not prescribed. They will explain all new ideas and concepts in advance, leaving nothing unpredictable or undecided. Thus the learner fails to get a chance to manage himself/herself. Now a days, this communicative skills are widely adopted in many parts of the world to teach the second and foreign language. The English as a foreign and second language our teachers have felt that the ultimate aim of language forms are taught to the pupils with a belief that their knowledge would lead to the use of those forms in communication. But their transfer from form to use is not taking place in the majority of cases. Therefore, there is a growing feeling that teaching should be communicative centered based on activities.

Keywords : Communication, unpredictability, pre-written, interpretation, Centered.

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