However, belief is the inner state of mind that is directly accessible to the introspection that relates to human behavior. Belief always plays a central role in the theoretical reasoning and involves a practical reasoning. For a person to have knowledge there must exist a sense of truth, justification, and belief, on a basis of believing in them.
Qs.3. Teacher’s beliefs play vital roles towards student’s reaction, acceptance, and theories that concern language. Teachers were also once students thus their understanding about teaching often reflects on to students on how they also learn a language. The beliefs also portray a clear picture in expressing the realities that may influence classroom practices. The teacher’s view shows that, it is their role to offer a part in playing and interaction with the native speakers.
In chapter 9, the word ‘smoothly running’ a classroom is used. According to me the word means a proper class or the one that is in order. According to Doyle (396) an orderly course is the one within acceptable limits; its students tend to follow appropriate actions necessary in a classroom to realize an event. Class order does not highlight the person responsible, but due to power imbalances learning mat stifle. Rules that govern a class are not necessarily required to be explicit. A teacher always engages an explicit and rules in maintaining order in a class.
Qs.1. Teachers use target language in designing and planning of activities that facilitates the use and acquisition of learner’s language. Target Language is the principal means for giving the directions and instruction, in modeling the target language patterns and offering feedbacks towards the student performance.
Qs.2.Teachers use repetitive nature in line with instructions and requests to make directions and the instructions more understandable to learners. Other strategies include using pauses, speaking slowly, modifying vocabulary and using