DHARMANAND JOSHI (MAHENDRA ADARSHA COLLEGE)
RANJU THAMI (Nexus International Academy)

ADDRESSING MOSAIC OF LEARNERS FOR BETTER TEACHING AND LEARNING OUTCOME : OTHERS

A classroom is likened to a mosaic when it comprises different age-group students with different abilities, interests, needs, gender, and learning speeds. In such a class the teacher has a crucial role to play to make teaching and learning effective and when it is achieved it can work as an impetus to other teachers to practice. For this, current scenario has to be exposed out among the educators. This is an auto- ethnographic presentation. This presentation details the ways English language teachers can address the learning differences of the learners. The main objectives of this presentation is to share how English language teachers can perceive the learning differences of the learners and how they can address those differences prior to content delivery. Presentation is delimited to the stories of influence of patriarchal society in gender based learning, vicious circle students, and speech disorder as an obstacle

Dharmanand Joshi (D.N), one of the editors of NELTA ELT forum, has earned his MPhil degree in English Education from Kathmandu University. His areas of interest include teaching methods and techniques and addressing learning differences. He can be reached atdnsushil016@kusoed.edu.np)

Ranju Thami is has recently completed her master's degree from Kathmandu University, School of Education. She has presented papers in national and international conferences. Her interest area includes preserving minority languages and task based language teaching.