Outreach E-Learning Communicative English Certificate Program with PATHARGHATA HIGH SCHOOL , NEWTOWN with HIDCO

Communicative English is an approach to language teaching in which a student learns from real life interaction, it is the common communicative language in India after hindi.

Communicative English is, some techniques on how to improve your English Communication Skills.

Knowing how to speak fluently, one on one, with another English speaker is vitally important for various reasons! But, you need to have the necessary communication skills in order

To reach this level.

The Communicative Approach is an idea that to learn English successfully, you have to communicate in the language, in meaningful situations, in order to see the value of your work. Communicative Language Teaching allows learners to get involved with real communication, which will benefit their natural approach to learning a language.

Communicative Language teaching has a very important role.

Hence when we came to know that HIDCO is planning to set up a smart class room at PATHARGHATA HIGH SCHOOL,NEWTOWN we approached them to start the program.

But due to COVID the plan was postponed,and as the students are of 11th standard,we started the program Online with our eminent teachers from 20th July 21.

Now we are going to expand our Online Program and at the same time start the offline program too.

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