• Teaching system in Bangladesh
    answers(V/s): Discussing unknown things(v/S): Hiring Tutor at home.(Neg): PINKI: Highly qualified teachers(p): Having strong emotional impact(p): Establishing Trust(p): Seriousness and accountableness of teachers(p): Helping students(p): Fair minded (v/s): Giving more importance by English...
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    students in terms of language skills and knowledge of the varying cultures in the English speaking world: “The English language surrounds us in everyday life and [k]nowledge of English increases the opportunities for individuals to be part of different social and cultural context [and] may also...
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  • English
    the main goal of students, which underlines the importance of speaking skills in a student´s point of view. Therefore, in my thesis I decided to concentrate on communicative activities which might be helpful for English teachers and enhance their students´ communicative skills...
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  • statistical analysis of road traffic accident
    the role of students motivation, age and aptitude etc. The fields of second language acquisition and English language teaching must be given importance by the universities and higher education department. They should also promote research in these areas. References Al-Mutawa, N...
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  • Biology
    . But in rural areas in India, English is still taught from 5th or 6th standard onwards as the second or third language and the students are neither made aware of importance of English nor trained properly to have command over the language. It is a bitter fact that teaching of English in India is...
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  • English on Sale
    hence the social consequences of learning English? China is having a vast land where population varies demographically and each enjoys one‟s own culture, language and concept of life. There is a plethora of articles and pieces of research from different scholars in the academia, and each of them trying...
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  • Non - English Major Students
    Attitudes of non-English Major Student toward English 4.1.1.1. The Importance of English 4.1.1.2. Effect of Students’ Major to Learning English 4.1.1.3. Students’ Attitude in participating in English Lesson 4.1.2. English Learning Methods of non...
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  • Preparing 21st Century Students for a Global Society
    powerful speech—these skills have always been valued in the workplace and in public life. But in the 21st century, these skills have been transformed and are even more important today. The Importance of Communication Students must be able to effectively analyze and process the...
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  • Comparative Analysis Between Studying English Six Years in Public Schools and One Year at KAU
    .That explains the weakness in English language . I used this story as an introduction to my research. I think all people nowadays know about the importance of English language and it is known also, the need of English in all areas of life. English is the language of science which you can connect...
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  • Teacher'R Role in Classroom Management
    guy does parents http://www.teachers.tv/videos/the-scaryguy-does-parents [17/4/2011 accessed by Ignatius Lundy] This video shows the importance of parent and how they are in need to involve themselves in the students life. Not just in academic but also social, making sure that the parents are...
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  • 1212121212121211
    brief overview of listening over the years. In the early 1960’s, the importance of listening comprehension in language learning and language teaching is in a status of incidental and peripheral importance. Thus, listening is accounted as a minor skill among the four macro-skills and at the bottom of...
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  • Corrective Feedback Methods Used by a Native English Speaker Teacher and a Non-Native Teacher
    Corrective Feedback Use of a Native English Speaker Teacher and a Non-Native Teacher INTRODUCTION The importance and benefits of corrective feedback have been debated in many aspects in SLA field. Most of the teachers take correcting errors as their responsibility. There is no doubt that the...
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  • English
    . Dr.M.N.Rajan, Dept. of Malayalam The Literary Club has 26 student members. They are from various teaching departments. Members from the Dept. of English 1. Anju Jose, 2. Arya V.J., 3. Afiya J. Salah, 4. Anushma J.S., 5. Nayana S. Kumar, 6. AnjuRajan S.R., 7.Sini S., 8. Radhika...
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  • Written Task 1 Ib Economics
    different countries. The connection with the task I did is that I’m talking about the importance of English as a second language for primary students of a country. This task came to my mind because of F.I.C (integral Christian formation) I go to a very poor school in Carrasco where children have a...
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  • Malayalam-Instantly
    produce wisdom in their life, take wise decisions, protect their own interest and look after themselves and their families in a desired way. Mr. Nettikkadan also teaches a brand new topic: “Mind and Its Functions” from his book “The Importance of Personality Development” and makes his students aware...
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  • Literacy in Education
    society. The Australian government launched ESL classes(English Second Language) to solve the issue of illiteracy in Australia, ESL teaching guidelines are designed by the government to ensure that all students have equal opportunities in the future since English is the main language in this society...
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  • Gap Year
    UC will be $31,000. Many students are not personally ready for college … and that’s a very expensive misstep. “A gap year can be the foundation for a student finding their path to purpose, in academics, their career and life! “, says college advisor Marci Reichstein v. “The only road to real success...
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  • Situation of English Language Teaching
    their children go to government controlled schools. Government system of Education As mentioned earlier, education in Pakistan is job- oriented, and education standards are set by social institutions. Educational institution prepare students for professional life. In this regard English language...
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  • Approaches to Reading and Literary Texts in Teaching English as a Foreign Language - Then and Now
    stress the importance of literacy, reading comprehension and literary competence in general as well as the importance of literacy, reading comprehension and literary competence in teaching English as a foreign language. The second chapter concerns past approaches towards reading and literary...
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  • School Based Management of Fortune High School, Marikina City, Philippines
    competitive individuals within their own chosen fields of endeavor. OUR OBJECTIVES • To inculcate the importance of Form (Syntax), Meaning (Semantics) and Use (Pragmatics) in the English Language, • To broaden the students’ literary interpretation and appreciation, and • To innovate real...
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