CLT Classrooms: Teachers' Role & A Bangladesh Perspective

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  • Sawsan Tarannum Lecturer in English, Centre for University Requirement Courses (CENURC), IIUC.

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.3329/iiucs.v7i0.12265

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CLT

Abstract

This paper is designed to look at the role of teacher talk and teacher-student interaction in the management of communicative English learning. In particular, the focus is given on the activities of the teachers in a communicative English language classroom. For the organization of the classroom, teacher talk is of crucial importance. The language which teachers use is important for the organization and management of a communicative English language classroom, because it is the medium through which teachers either succeed or fail to implement their teaching plans. In this paper I have tried to discuss the role of a teacher in a communicative way. Teachers have to play different roles in CLT classrooms; therefore I will focus on their functions in general and their problems in the context of Bangladesh in particular.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3329/iiucs.v7i0.12265

IIUC Studies Vol.7 2011: 131-146

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2012-11-06

How to Cite

Tarannum, S. (2012). CLT Classrooms: Teachers’ Role & A Bangladesh Perspective. IIUC Studies, 7, 131–146. https://doi.org/10.3329/iiucs.v7i0.12265

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Articles - English Section