a doubt, the 21st century is a revolutionary era of time, the concept
of globalization has broadened the vision to recognize needs across societies. The
Educational system of any country is the back bone of the progress of its institutes.
All these things demand us to change our traditional ways of teaching and adopt
new educational strategies to keep up with these contemporary times.
teaching methodology has become a very popular topic since last 50 years to develop
the research oriented and problem-based learning and their effective implementation.
main objective of education is to change the behavior of learners according to the
need of society and bringing outstanding development in their personality. This
task is possible only by the process of updated formal and informal teaching and
learning. A teacher can teach efficiently and save time and his physical energy,
if he knows the proper use of latest techniques of teaching according to students’
age and academic level.
teaching methods not only helps teachers in their professional growth but also brings
innovations in their thinking to make the classroom environment better and prepare
students according to the economic, social and technological demand of present and
This article compares the strategy, advantages
and disadvantages of different types of traditional and modern teaching methods
to help teachers and learner to choose the right teaching and learning method according
to the need and abilities of students to get better correspondence with their life
Keywords: Lecture Method, Assignment Method, Project Method, Inquiry based method, Reception Method, Dicovery Method.
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