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Anil B. Applying Innovative Teaching Methods in a Second Language Classroom. IJREE 2017; 2 (2)
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Assistant Professor of English SDNB Vaishnav College for Women Chennai , India
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This article focuses on the level of using creative teaching methodologies in second language classroom as studied by the researcher. A series of qualitative methods such as using newspaper, media, movies, interpreting advertisements, and creating Sandblot can be employed in the classroom in order to develop students’ second language learning ability. The article focuses on how teaching methodologies should be modified and used in the classroom appropriately by understanding the learning capacity of students and their learning interest in the classroom.

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