DPS Bokaro holds workshop on English Teaching skills

RNS: A two-day English Core capacity-building programme was held at Delhi Public School (DPS) Bokaro following CBSE guidelines to improve the effectiveness of teaching.

The program concluded on Friday with an evaluation session. 90 teachers from Chas, Bokaro, Chandankiyari and Dhanbad attended the session. CBSE Resource persons Gunjan Malhotra from Kerala Public School, NML, Jamshedpur and Amit Kumar Singh from Montfort Academy, Dhanbad, shed light on the significance of the English teaching methodologies, challenges faced, and strategies to overcome them.

The resource persons emphasized the need to enhance the teaching-learning experience in the classroom. On the first day of the workshop, the speakers provided valuable insights into the CBSE guidelines through a comprehensive presentation.

They emphasized that English is a globally recognized language in today’s era and it is crucial for teachers to develop their capacity to improve students’ awareness and proficiency in this subject.

During the session, Amit illustrated the consequences of incomplete knowledge. The participants were divided into 15 teams. Each team engaged in a special question and answer session with interactive activities, focusing on the challenges faced by students during English lessons, such as limited vocabulary, lack of practice, influence of the mother tongue, and the impact of other subjects.

In the two-day workshop, all participating teachers displayed enthusiasm and actively took part in the hands-on learning activities. The workshop concluded with an assessment.

Discussing the importance of such workshops, Dr. A. S. Gangwar, Principal, DPS Bokaro, expressed that these initiatives contribute to improving the quality of education and enhancing the teaching capacity of educators, which in turn benefit the students with well-rounded subject knowledge.

The two-day capacity-building workshop served as a platform for teachers to acquire new teaching techniques, exchange knowledge and address the challenges faced in teaching English.

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