New Academia: An International Journal of English Language and Literary Theory  (Online ISSN 2347-2073) 

(UGC Journal. No. 44829) 

Special Issue Feb. 2019

 

Guest Editors

Dr. I. Ajit & Prof. P. Govindarajan

Division of Social Sciences,

VIT University, Chennai

CONTENTS

1. LISTENING FOR BETTER UNDERSTANDING AND EFFECTIVE INTERACTION

S.Vasantharani & M.Vanitha

2. A STUDY ON SYNTACTIC ERRORS IN THE PERFORMANCE OF SECOND LANGUAGE LEARNERS AT THE TERTIARY LEVEL WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO SUBJECT VERB CONCORD

Dr. Perumal Kittusamy & Mr. Karthikeyan Thirumala

3. SOCIAL MEDIA VS ANTI-SOCIAL MEDIA: AN ENQUIRY INTO THE POST-TRUTH MEDIASCAPE

Simi Varghese

4. REPLACING MAIN-STREAM TEXT WITH SITUATION-ORIENTED MATERIALS FOR EFFECTIVE TEACHING

Achsamol Abraham & Ann Pearl Saju

5. AILES DE FEU DE A.P.J. ABDUL KALAM

Prof. Mohammed Siraj

6. WHIRLPOOL IN WOMAN LIFE IN THE NOVEL OF ANITA NAIR

V.Ananda Kumar & Dr.P.Jayaseela

7. THE MUSIC VIDEO AS AN AUDIO-VISUAL TEXT: TRANSCRIBING PETE SEEGER’S “FOREVER YOUNG” INTO AN ELT LESSON

Dr. Apala Dasgupta Barat

8. LEARNING LANGUAGE THROUGH LITERATURE WITH REFERENCE TO ASHWIN SANGHI’S NOVEL CHANAKYA’S CHANT

Aryamol KB & Dr. R. Chandrasekar

9. ‘KNOWING YOUR STUDENTS IS THE KEY TO THEIR SUCCESS.’- QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF LEARNERS’ DIARY TEXTS CARRIED OUT AS

A PEDAGOGICAL APPROACH TO IMPROVE THEIR LITERACY SKILLS IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE.

Deepika Mehta,

10. GRAMMAR FOR EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION – A REVIEW

Jayakumar

11. THE ROLE OF INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNING AND TEACHING AT TERTIARY LEVEL

Dr. M. Nagalakshmi

12. A PHENOMENAL TEACHER, A PREACHER OF MORALITY

Jayanthi

13. INTEGRATED ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION

R.Jayalakshmi

14. PROMOTING FRENCH LANGUAGE ACQUISITION VIA MOBILE ASSISTED LANGUAGE LEARNING (MALL)*

Dr. Jeevaratnam. G

15. LANGUAGE FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSE COMMUNICATION STRATEGY FOR ONLINE MARKETING

Angeline Jennifer

16. COMICS ARE AN INNOVATIVE TECHNIQUE OF HUMOR THAT CAN BE USED IN CLASSROOMS TO TEACH VOCABULARY AND READING

Juliana Toppo

17. UNITING EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS AND OCCUPATIONAL SETTINGS IN TEACHING OF ENGLISH

Dr. T. Kanchana Devi

18. TESTING OF LISTENING SKILL THROUGH A VIDEO CLIP

D.Kavitha

19. ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING AND TECHNOLOGY

Mrs. Kavya. U & Mrs. Preethika Dharmapal

 20. TALES: THE DRIVING FORCE OF ECOLOGICAL PROPAGANDA

 Dhanasekaran

21. STUDENT’S TALK TIME VS TEACHER’S TALK TIME

 Dr.K.Rajani

22. LA LANGUE ET LA TECHNOLOGIE – OBÉISSANCE OU INCOHERENCE

Mohana Lakshmi

23. AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON ENHANCING COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS THROUGH LEARNER–CENTERED ACTIVITIES

Dr. B. Lakshmikantham & Dr. J. Saravanan

24. THE ROLE OF MOBILE APPLICATIONS IN AIDING ESL LEARNERS WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES

Dr. V. David Jeyabalan1& Lincy Linnette. A

25. DOGME IN ELT: A CLT PERSPECTIVE

Dr.V. David Jeyabalan & P. Linus Herta

26. TEACHERS AS AGENTS FOR SOCIAL CHANGES IN SOCIETY

 Mrs Madhumathi J Raja & Mrs Kavitha Prabhu

27. NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION FOR ABSOLUTE COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE:LANGUAGE TEACHERS AS AGENTS OF SOCIAL CHANGE

 Mrs.Malathi.P

28. RECENT TRENDS IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING IN ANDHRA PRADESH: A CRITIQUE

 Dr.T.Malathi Gabriel

29. INTERPERSONAL AND INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION

 Mrs. Manimegalai.D

30. INNOVATIVE TEACHING AND LEARNING METHODOLOGIES FOR HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS

 Mrs.Manju H & Mrs.Shashikala K.G.

31. EDUCATION 4.0 AND INDIAN HIGHER EDUCATION ENGLISH CLASSROOMS - AN EXPLORATIVE STUDY

MS. N. Merlin Depsy Nithiya & Dr. M. Mary Jayanthi

32. METHODOLOGY OF TESTING ENGLISH IN INDIA

 P.Banu & D.Jyoshna 

33. TRANSLATION STUDIES

 V.Nandhini & R.Azhagu Karthika

34. DIGITAL TEACHING: THE EFFECTIVENESS OF BLENDED LEARNING APPROACH FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING ENGLISH

Navaneethari.A.

35. ENHANCING LSRW SKILLS THROUGH TASK BASED APPROACH 

Dr. K.P.Padmaja

36. THE PROPHETIC VISION OF PHILIP ROTH IN AMERICAN PASTORAL

Prakash. A

37.TEACHING SPOKEN ENGLISH THROUGH NARRATIVES AND STORIES AT THE TERTIARY LEVEL

S.C. Priya Dharshini

38. ROLE OF LANGUAGE TESTING AND EVALUATING IN OUTCOME BASED EDUCATION

Dr. S. Pushpa Latha & Dr. M. Ravichand

39. THE ROLE OF TEACHERS IN COPING WITH AND ENSURING LEARNING IN SLOW LEARNERS

Rajashekara M. N. & Rajaneesh Kumar H. V.

40. STUDENT’S TALK TIME VS TEACHER’S TALK TIME

Dr.K.Rajani

41. OPPORTUNITIES OF INCORPORATING ICT TO ACCELERATE THEENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING AND LEARNING(ELT&L)

Richard Jegadeesan & A. Thaslima

42. A CRITICAL ANALYSIS ON VIRUTHUNAGAR HINDU NADAR SENTHIKUMARA NADARCOLLEGE’S PART- II ENGLISH, FIRST YEAR FIRST SEMESTER SYLLABUS

S. Sabitha Shunmuga Priya & Dr. R. Kabilar

43. DEVELOPING LISTENING SKILL AMONG THE STUDENTS THROUGH ACTIVITY BASED TEACHINGS

Mohammad Shafiullah

44. TEACHING FRENCH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE: BREAKING THE CLASSROOM BOUNDARIES

Dr. Jayapal Sharmili

45. LITERATURE IN THE DIGITAL ERA: REVOLUTIONIZING INDIAN CLASSROOMS

D. Mahima Evangeline & Simitha Ann Chacko

46. TEACHING ENGLISH TO THE PRIMARY SCHOOL STUDENTS THROUGH PHONETIC METHOD

Mr.Sivachidhambaram ramachandran & Dr.Perumal kittusamy

47.CHANGING ROLES OF A FACILITATOR IN AN ELT CLASSROOM: TRADITIONAL AND THE MODERN

Dr. C. J. Sofia & Mrs. Victoria

48. TRACING BACK THE HISTORY OF AFRICAN THEATRES – APROPOS TO THE DRAMATIC LEGENDRY OF WOLE SOYINKA

Mr. R. Saravana Selvakumar & Dr. V. Chanthiramathi

49. STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION ON THE EFFECTS OF WEB CONTENT WRITING SKILL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

Dr.M.Sudhadevi

50. EXPLORING ISSUES OF FLUENCY IN A FOREIGN LANGUAGE

V Shyam Sundar

51.CLT STRATEGIES FOR DEVELOPING READING SKILL AMONG THE STUDENTS

Dr.S.V.Ramesh Kumar

52. REDEFINING EDUCATION WITH TECHNOLOGICAL INTEGRATION: A PARADIGM SHIFT

Dr. V.G.Sadh

53. THE EFFECTIVENESS OF BOARD GAMES IN ESL CLASSROOMS: A STUDY

Dr. A. Ganesan & Dr. U. Thanesh

54. STORYTELLING TECHNIQUES FOR IMPROVING THE SPEAKING SKILLS OF THE STUDENTS AT THE TERTIARY LEVEL

Dr Pushpa Nagini Sripada

55. DEFICIENCY IN ENGLISH COMMUNICATION SKILL REQUIREMENTSAMONG FRESH ENGINEERING GRADUATES FOR EMPLOYABILITY

Venugopalan Nair & S.Renukadevi

56. USE OF GOOGLE CLASSROOM TO ACQUIRE PRAGMATIC SKILLS IN BLENDED LEARNING

Dr. A. Bavani Rekha & Ms.Watitsungla T.Aier

57. Utiliser le jeu pour favoriser l’expression orale en classe de FLE dans les collèges à Nilgiris

Cynthia George

58. THE BATTLE OF THE TS: TEACHERS Vs TECHNOLOGY

Shahul Hameed Vahid

59. HISTORIOGRAPHICMETAFICTION: AN EXPERIMENTATION OF MARGARET ATWOOD'S  ALIACE GRACE AND THE BLIND ASSASSIN

S.Sathiyaseelan, R.Karthick and K. Roselin Shiny

60. USING FUN ACTIVITIES/ GAMES IN CLASSROOMS TO PROMOTE ORAL EXPRESSION IN FLE (FRENCH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE) IN COLLEGES IN TAMIL NADU

Cynthia George

61. The Role of Water in Steven Soderbergh’s Erin Brocovich

J. Premkumar & Dr. Suresh Frederick

62. YouTube: Inside and Outside the Classroom A World for language practice

Dr. Abulla Najeeb & Mrs. Safva Thasni TP

63. The Dovetailing of Man and the Land in Willa Cather’s O Pioneers!

S. Sangeetha & Dr. K. Shanthi

64. Barbara Kingsolver’s The Bean Trees from an Ecocritical perspective

E. Rajalakshmi & Dr. K. Shanthi

65. INDIGENOUS RATING SCALES FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF FLUENCYINDIGENOUS RATING SCALES FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF FLUENCY

Dr. U.Thanesh