Every old year ends with a new resolution. One month ends and another begins. One year ends and another begins. The cycle in the calendar keeps on revolving. The ELT practice in the shed of Choutari is a push that we, as ELT practitioners, need to do is to keep on moving like the calendar. As we move, we leave the familiar grounds and find us into a new territory. The more we move ahead, the more we grow.
In the new territory, our past learning and experience contribute to our continuous journey, the journey of ELT. We, the team of Choutari, are always ready to explore new possibilities to accelerate our journey. As we look back, we can reflect on how we have been moving and how we can move since the terrain has changed. We need to look into how we used to do things and explore the possibilities of how things can be done now. In order on to keep moving, we might have to keep aside the things holding us and move forward to welcome the changes. We are committed toward embracing the changes even if they are not pleasant.
As we move, we grow. As we move, we evolve. As we move, we get fit. Maxwell Maltz has put it precisely in words “Man maintains his balance, poise and sense of security only as he is moving forward”.
Here is the list of articles for December issue that reminds us to keep on moving:
- How to teach language functions, by Raju Shrestha
- Issues and Challenges of Teaching Creative Writing, by Sudip Neupane
- Teacher as a Reader, compiled by Santona Neupane
- Issues and Challenges in Teaching Reading in EFL Classrooms, by Gyanendra Prasad Yadav
- Do you want your students to like you?, by Umes Shrestha
- Confession of an English Teacher, by Santona Neupane
December is a month of ‘letting go of the old’ and ‘looking ahead to the new’. We may move slowly or move fast. We may run a mile in matter of days or only crawl an inch or two in a year. As long as we move, we will continue to grow.
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