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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 3, March 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Effectiveness Of Brain- Based Teaching Strategies To Enhance Pronounciation Among Prospective Teachers

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AUTHOR(S)

M.Suryakumari, Dr. S.Leo Stanly

 

KEYWORDS

Brain based learning, teaching skills, Learning Strategies, Pronounce Enhancing.

 

ABSTRACT

Learning is a process through which knowledge, skills, values and attitudes are to be acquired and applied by the B.Ed students. Hence, the role of a prospective teacher in the learning process is very important. Every B.Ed institutions in the prospective teachers, parents, community members and institution management committee share common aims for their B.Ed students, where the polices can be implemented effectively and where staff can carry the message towards quality education effectively at institution level to get desired results, can be considered as effective. The B.Ed institutions which are well run and where quality of learning is high, can be considered effective and progressive. Therefore the researcher felt a great need to study the strategies implemented by teachers to enhance learning and pronounciation in institutions.

 

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