Case Study of Municipal Corporation Primary School in Promoting Emotional Development and French Literacy in Students through Josuman French Enrichment Program

Deepika Mehta


This article aims to study the case of a government school which became a pioneer in experimenting new ideas of teaching French to their students which has never happened in the history of the school before. The experiment was an essential move to bring enhancement in the affective attributes of the students by introducing an innovative French Teaching-Learning Method designed by the researcher which is specifically designed for MCD school students studying in Hindi medium of instruction. This paper will be discussing its’ background theories, its’ reasons of creation, its’ outcomes observed. The basis of this method used for the students of grade four and five has been based on the principle of constructivist teaching which defines that learning occurs as learners get actively involved in a process of learning and knowledge construction as opposed to passively receiving information. Employing a qualitative research approach in the pilot project to explore the impact of the constructivist approach used in the teaching practices of Josuman French Enrichment Program and examines the ways students shows enhancement in their affective attributes and provides an insight into the process of adding novel teaching strategies to bring positive emotional development which can reduce students’ absenteeism.

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