The stage was set. It was a scene at a shoe shop.
A customer walks in and approaches the salesman,
“How much is this shoe sir”? She asks.
“Its Rs 2”…
What?!!! She exclaimed
Such a big shoe at such a less price? Are you sure sir? It is a big shoe and it should cost more she said!
Maybe Rs 5!
Our ELP 3 children enacted the scenario derived from Collins Student’s Book I.
We can see from the above role play how it paves way for impromptu expressions. A Cambridge education prepares students for life, helping them develop an informed curiosity and a lasting passion for learning. It also helps them discover newer abilities and a wider world. So, in such teaching practices there is not only a complete application of knowledge and skills to outside the class situations but it also develops a sense of judgment which is an acquired skill.
Automatic transfer of learning doesn’t happen magically .The magic happens when the boundaries are pushed.