Department of English
Professor of English
The English language has now penetrated deeply into our society, and this has resulted in its extensive teaching and learning. It has supported research and other academic activities in higher education, and assisted national development by way of its use in education, administration, business, trade and commerce. The knowledge of it boosts the employability and functional efficiency of the individuals. Hence its teaching needs to be made more effective keeping in view the role English will continue to play in academic pursuits, business, administration, and above all, in national development. This is where the strategies employed in teaching and learning English in the classroom come to the focal point. It is, therefore, necessary to look into the processes of instructional communication activities in the classroom to understand why they generally fail in their intent.
Key Words: classroom, communication, education, English, language, learning, teaching