November 2012
Golden Research Thoughts;Nov2012, Vol. 2 Issue 5, p1
Academic Journal
This paper explores various ides regarding interactive teaching. Interactive teaching is nothing but sharing the expectation of a teacher with the students. It points out how interactive teaching helps to increase students motivation and confidence of learning. Effective and impressive teaching cannot take place without interaction. The benefit of interactive teaching is that the students become active agents in their own learning. This paper focus on how cooperative learning method is beneficial to the students for learning social and scholastic skills as well as valuable skills for life. It also throws light on how it helps the students to learn more about how to communicate. The aim of interactive teaching is to create fluency in communication among the students.


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