Haryana to introduce English language labs in Govt schools
In a bid to improve the quality of education in Haryana's Government schools, the State Government is going to develop 'English language labs' in Government Model Sanskriti schools. Students from Class XI to Class XII will attend 40 minute long special workshops to improve their spoken English. The students will get microphones and headphones to improve pronunciations and vocabulary as well.
A Model Sanskriti school located at Sushant Lok is about to start a training session for the students. A pilot project would be started in several districts in the entire state. The electronic gadgets Microphone and Headphones will also provide to build confidence among the children's.
Students of government schools in several districts will get special English lessons from teachers while sitting in the classrooms.
“The problem is that the students do not have confidence. There are students who do not know English grammar rules. In such a situation, how can we expect them to compete private school students? We hope these lessons will improve confidence level among the students, said, the principal of government run school on the condition of anonymity.
Meanwhile, to make the project successful the Education Department is identifying quality educators who will deliver valuable lessons across the government-run schools.
“The children will get English lessons with the help of Audio-Video tutorials. To enhance their capacity of understand and learn English lessons, the government will also provide media player facilities in the school,” an official with the Education Department, said.
“This is a really beneficial programme that can improve education standards in government schools. Also, this will be the best method to make learning smooth and easy. The state government was making efforts to enhance learning level of students studying in government schools of the state,” Asha Mizlani, Principal, Government Model Sanskriti School, Sushant Lok, said.
“English lessons workshops will help the students to develop an interest towards technology-based education. The labs will surely improve language skills among the children's,” the principal said.
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