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Janak Singh Negi
Department of English
Nepal
Vice- Campus Chief and
Lecturer of linguistics and
ELT at Manilek Campus
affiliated to Tribhuvan
University Nepal. He has
been involved in Teaching
English, Teacher Training;
and monitoring at various
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The Role of Teachers Non-Verbal Communication
in ELT Classroom
Janak Singh Negi
Abstract
The role of non-verbal behavour in English classroom plays an
important role for teaching content and skills. Based on this
assumption, this article attempts to shed light on this hitherto
unexplored area of research in the Nepalese context based on the
observation by the author at various higher secondary schools in
Nepal. The findings show that teachers' non-verbal behaviors play a
highly important and essential role on learners' motivation in language
classroom.
Key words: non-verbal communication, paralanguage, information
processing
DOI: 10.3126/nelta.v14i1.3096
Journal of NELTA Vol.14, No 1&2, 2009 December Page: 101-110
Keywords
Non-verbal communication; Paralanguage; Information processing
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Journal of NELTA ISSN 2091-0487
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parts of Nepal. Mr. Negi is
also a life member of NELTA
and has served on teacher
Training and monitoring for
it; associated with British
Council. He is particularly
interested in innovative
action research for teacher
development and young
learners in finding methods
and techniques to make
language teaching and
learning more motivating and
engaging for them He holds
an M.Ed. degree in English
Language Teaching from
Tribhuvan University Nepal
and Teacher training course
from the British Council.
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