NONGMAITHEM SURAJ KUMAR
Nagaland University, Department of English.
Abstract: North- East India consists of seven states and a brother. This part of India is famous for its unique tradition and diverse culture. It is connected to the rest of India through the chicken’s neck. Unlike the mainland India, the people of these states are closely related to each other in terms of unity and geographical condition. Further, in these states most of the educated people prefer teaching as one of the reliable profession. Teaching English either in the form of writing or reading is a great task of a teacher who is going to teach to students. A teacher should have the wide and various kinds of knowledge and information of where they are going to deliver their lecture and should also remember to which kind of students they are going to deal with. In this paper, the presenter will be showing the relation, difference and interdependence of pedagogy and curriculum of teaching English in schools with special reference to the state of Manipur. Further, the problems and difficulties faced by the teachers in both the government and private schools will be discussed. Lastly, few remedial measures to curve the problems of the teachers will be displayed.
Keywords: Vocabulary, teacher, intonation, teaching method.