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Article Published In Vol.7 (Jan-Feb-2019)

Impact of the Short Stories of R. N. Tagore on the Mental Development of the Children-Adolescence

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Author : Srikrishna Sarkar

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The role of first language in comprehensive development of the students belonging to the age group of 11 to 16, i.e. the secondary level, has been insisted time and again by the educationists and scholars-thinkers. The present paper attempts to make a study of the applicability of selected short stories of Rabindranath Tagore, namely, ‘Megh O Roudra’, ‘Post master’, ‘Chhuti’ for inclusion in the secondary level language syllabus in the schools of West Bengal. The study considers many aspects of development, namely, language, imagination ability, creativity and intelligent, thinking ability, ethics etc. The study involves both the qualitative methods of research. The qualitative method has been applied through content analysis while selecting the short stories of Tagore. The findings were positive and hinted at an integrative development of the students of the children-adolescence.

Keywords: First Language, Rabindranath Tagore, Language Development, Thinking Ability, Interest Development, Ethics, Imagination.



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