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Volume 1 Issue 4

September 2014

Challenges in Teaching English in the Government Schools of Bihar, India
Ms. Rachita Rani, 
Researcher, 
Department of Linguistics, 
Delhi University, 
New Delhi, Delhi, India
Abstract
The worldwide spread of the English language is a significant phenomenon. No other language has been used by more people in more places. According to Crystal, India has the largest English speaking population in the world (Kirkpatrick and Sussex 19). He also points out that ‘English Rules’ the world, suggesting thereby the universality of the English language and its spread and the likelihood of its continuation. However, the present paper deals with the power of the English language; attitude of the people towards English language in India; English language teaching/learning situation in India; the problems faced by the next generation learners with conventional teaching methods; and the employment of technology to overcome their problems and ensure effective teaching/learning process.
Keywords
Challenges in Teaching English; Language Learning; Technology Based Language Learning.
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