The inception of English Language Training Academy shaped up from the sheer love for the English Language, a love that is heartily shared by the founder members of the academy.Read More
In today’s world, the word “globalisation” is a cliché already. English is not just a foreign language anymore. It has become a part of our everyday communications to a level we just can’t ignore.Read More
Teacher, leave them kids alone…!
Breaking away from being just another brick in the wall, ELTA believes in student autonomy. Our learners play an active role in choosing the content and tracking their progress in language acquisition.
In traditional classrooms, teachers do too many learning tasks for the students, doing all the hard work themselves. Thus, the students are deprived of the opportunity to develop the skills that can help them sharpen their language.
In today’s world, the word “globalisation” is a cliché already. English is not just a foreign language anymore. It has become a part of our everyday communications to a level we just can’t ignore.
At ELTA, we don’t assume that students pick up the skills automatically, on their own. Through learner- centered teaching approach, we make the students autonomous, where they can play an important role in deciding what they want to learn, how they want to learn and at what pace. Students are facilitated to take informed decisions about their language learning, to learn from and with each other, thus promoting shared commitment towards learning.
My philosophy rests not on lecturing but on making learning happen through increased student participation and through promoting learner autonomy. Using a wide array of teaching approaches and experimenting with diverse methodologies have enabled my learners to make the language serviceable. On the whole, I believe that learning an international language (English) exponentially strengthens a learner’s grasp on life and other wonders, thus empowering them.