Innovation in the Language Classroom: Process and Intervention
We live in a busy world with sudden distractions and many things to think about. The rapid speed of science and technology keeps our world in constant motion. Students leaving the classroom after being taught by the teachers are thinking about a thousand things: Did I understand what teacher taught? but, when they come into the classroom. We teachers expect them to be ready to learn, ready to receive information and retain it. There is a question that how can learners do this with so much in their learning process. It is obliviously with the use of innovation in the classroom. It fosters them (students) to learn innovatively to establish learner's autonomy. This article outlines the role, need and process of innovation in the language classroom and teaching.
Key words - Distraction, retain, foster, innovatively, learner's autonomy,