LEARNING THEORIES: REFLECTION DURING ENGLISH CLASSES AT SENIOR SECONDARY LEVEL

Sujeet Kumar, Neelam Sharma

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This research paper observes the reflection of various learning theories during actual classroom teaching learning situations by using mixed method approach. The sample used in the study includes students studying in class xi and xii of both CBSE and RBSE affiliated schools and trained teachers teaching at senior secondary level of Jaipur district. The tool used in the study is self-constructed observation schedule.

 

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learning theories, English classes, reflection

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