Description - To enable students to understand the functioning of a court in its true sense, organize a field visit for them to a court and decide clear learning objectives of the visit. 1. Arrange a visit to the Court, with a view to observe and understand its proceedings 2. Divide students into three groups. 3. Guide the first group to focus on what the accused is saying and how he is answering questions put to him. Also ask them to observe the treatment being meted out to the accused. 4. Guide the second group to focus on the lawyers' attire and their style of questioning. 5. Guide the third group to focus on the judge and his actions. 6. Facilitate a discussion between all three groups. Exposure to the real world through field visits enables students to link and apply their textual knowledge to understand real occurrences. Having clear learning objectives for a field trip is crucial to get tangible outcomes out of it.