I remember once a professor said that parents having a single child face a lot of issues pertaining to their studies and temperament as compared to the upbringing of two to three children in a family. It is rightly said “Ek Se Bhale Do, Do Se Bhale Teen” and I truly believe that whether it be learning Spoken English Classes in Pune or overall development of a child learning in class is more effective as compared to learning on one to one basis. Several Heads in a class display different views, develop strong communication skills, give and receive feedback on performance and develop a host of skills that are important in the professional world and are missing in learning on one to one basis. In the case of learning spoken English on one to one basis through the child gets personal attention but is not able to explore new ideas, enjoy the teaching and is less motivated. The Teacher is always “on” and the child has a limited capacity to grasp and finally he gets bored and signals the teacher to stop. Learning in a group at English speaking institute in Mumbai is beneficial both intellectually and also emotionally as students encourage each other to study and promote each other’s success. When students learn together in a class, they share ideas and hash out problems that would be too difficult for an individual to solve alone. The concepts, grammar, voice modulation are better understood in a class rather than had it been a child learning alone. The child learning alone may not have considered the gaps in his/her knowledge. Studying is useless if the knowledge gained cannot be reproduced when required.

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Why do we go to a School, “an age-old traditional classroom learning experience?” From Childhood, our parents send us to a School to study what and why? I go back to the memories of my past and realize what I am today. I went to a classroom and learned to make friends, have fun, develop skills which include effective communication, interpersonal and group skills. Develop leadership qualities, learn decision making, speak English confidently, interact with my peers and build trust which otherwise would not have been possible if each child had an individual school.

I can’t imagine myself studying in a class on one to one basis wherein the teacher is bored of the same wall or window to look at each day. The teacher might feel uncomfortable to listen to my personal problems. The teacher may not have a concrete syllabus and may start with any topic of interest to motivate the child. Though the teacher is able to explore ideas of personal interest still she may comment “How much am I supposed to talk constantly to a child?”

Studying in a class makes dull subjects easier to bear. Students feel more comfortable and open when interacting with a peer. I hereby conclude “More hands make for lighter work”. “The More the Merrier”.

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