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Fostering Critical Thinking through language games: A case study from an ELT classroom

*Dr Garima Dalal

Assistant Professor

garima.jnu@gmail.com

Jawaharlal Nehru University

 

**Sheelpa Sweety

trueshil@gmail.com

Research Scholar

Jawaharlal Nehru University

 

 

 

 

 

   

Abstract

Critical thinking and language learning do not exist in isolation. Language, being the vehicle of thought, is a reflection of our higher cognitive abilities. Critical thinking empowers an individual to organise thoughts coherently; objectively form judgements and conclusions; logically weigh down options and evidence, and make decisions based on rationality. This paper studies on the various activities undertaken in an English classroom and analyse the different ways in which it fosters critical thinking. It attempts to present the different ways in which a language learning activity can be used to nurture critical thinking.

journal of english

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