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Silent Revolution November 10, 2009

Posted by clareod in English for Progress.
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The title, (which I cannot claim to be my own!) refers to the  implementation of ‘activity based learning’ (ABL) in Tamil Nadu across the  primary school curriculum. Children are now taught English as a subject from their first year in school through a series of self access cards.  British Council has been working in partnership with unicef to enhance the skills of upper primary teachers to support children through the transition from ABL classes to more traditional classrooms and encourage the use of communicative activities.

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1. Stephen - November 13, 2009

Hi Clare,

I’m looking forward to this session – great title! Anyone with an internet connection will also be able to watch it live on 20 November at 13.30 IST http://www.britishcouncil.org.in/efponline/sessions/20_4.html


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