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JCR. 2015; 2(4): 41-46


REFLECTIVE TEACHING AS METACOGNITION FOR INNOVATION IN LANGUAGE TEACHING

Dr. Jyoti Trehan Sharma, Dr. Harsh Bala Sharma.

Abstract
Once there was this young boy who went to the home of the great Greek philosopher and teacher, Socrates, to seek his wisdom on how to be a great success. As expected, the teacher agreed to tutor and instructed -‗walk with me‘. Socrates began to walk, heading towards the sea, and once on the sand, continued to walk straight into the water. The young boy followed, and as the two were chest deep into the sea, Socrates placed his hands on the young boy‘s head and quickly forced it under the water. Within ten seconds, the young boy fought his way to the surface and began to gasp for air. Socrates released the boy‘s head, turned and walked away, leaving the young boy appalled, who had travelled a great distance to meet a great teacher whose style of teaching involved not conveying knowledge but rather asking question after clarifying question until his students arrived at their own understanding. The young boy vowed not to seek the advice of Socrates again.

Key words: Innovation, Learning, Metacognition, Monitoring Reflection, Transformation



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