Different ways of teaching English literature and its impact on students of secondary level in first and second tier schools

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The exploration of English literature in secondary schools holds immense potential for fostering critical thinking, cultural awareness, and a love for language. However, the effectiveness of this exploration hinges on the teaching methods employed. This thesis delves into the impact of various approaches to teaching English literature on secondary students, particularly across the contrasting environments of first-tier and second-tier schools. It will analyze how traditional lecture-based methods compare to more interactive strategies like project-based learning and technology integration. By examining the effect of these methods on student engagement, critical analysis skills, and overall learning outcomes, this thesis aims to identify the most effective approaches for nurturing a lifelong appreciation for literature in students of diverse backgrounds and educational settings.

Author: Eshal Khan

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