• To Improve Speaking Skills
    kerala for 2 years he could easily communicate in malayalam, of course he may not know how to read and write unless he learns the script, then why the students of telugu medium background even though they have english as a subject from 3 rd garde and wrote many exams and finish their schooling with more marks...
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  • community enagament
     Leading Community Engagement Table of Contents: Page: Introduction and Overview……….……………………………..............................3 The Issues….………………………………………………………………………....6 Strategies…………………………………………………………………………......9 Briefing Paper……………………………………………………………………...
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  • An Evaluation of Cpd Policies in the Irish Postprimary Sector
    Table of Contents 1.0: Continuous Professional Development an Introduction 1 1.1: What is Continuous Professional Development? 2 2.0: An analysis of the key elements of CPD 3 2.1: Education centres 4 2.2: The Second Level Support Service 5 2.3: Training for special educational needs...
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  • science achievement
    existent variables and external factors affect these students in education. In this endeavor, it becomes quite important to assess the position of female students in the education system. A mixed class will incorporate both male and female students. Students’ achievement of test scores is affected by numerous...
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  • Enhancing the Culture of Reading in Rwanda: Reflections by Students in Tertiary Institutions
    in Rwanda: Reflections by Students in Tertiary Institutions by Pierre Canisius Ruterana PhD student, Linkoping University, Sweden; Lecturer, National University of Rwanda ruterana@yahoo.fr; pruterana@nur.ac.rw Abstract Following a growing concern about the lack of a reading culture among...
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  • Schoolbased Research
    CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1 .1 Introduction The research aims to investigate the level of the effectiveness of using poems in enhancing students’ mastery in grammar and to enhance their performances in language proficiency. Grammar teaching has often been regarded as a structure based, formal...
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  • Important Soft Skills for University
    COMMUNICATION WITH HONOURS COURSE TITLE: LEARNING SKILLS FOR OPEN DISTANCE LEARNERS NAME : KHAIRUL AZHAR BIN SABRI MATRICULATION NO. : 870724075059001 IDENTITY CARD NO. : 870724075059 TELEPHONE NO. : 017-4272407 E-MAIL : War_z0n3@hotmail.com LEARNING CENTRE : OUM PETALING JAYA CONTENTS ...
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  • Personal Development
    a. Analyse self managed learning theory to show how you may plan and prepare for your own lifelong learning. Then, design and produce your own personal development plan (PDP) that reflects upon and shows evidence of your personal development in the past 12 months and planned in the next 12 months. a...
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  • Using Authentic Material for Adult Learners
    COURSE: ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING METHODOLOGY Introduction 1. Adult education Adult education, also known as continuing education, is a broad term for the practice of teaching and educating adults and holds a significant role in the lifelong learning process. Most of the advancements in adult education...
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  • Engaging Children the Classroom
    Creating Effective Learning Environment: Challenging & Engaging Students within the classroom. Commissioned by Tania Baldetti 24/05/10 Table of contents 1.0 Introduction ......................
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  • Soft Systems Methodolodgy - Mode 1
    completion. Ultimately this report acts as a guide for the institution to enhance its reputation, by means of attracting a higher quality of student, and developing students’ motivations towards achieving greater academic success. 3 4 5 6 6 7 7-8 8 8 9-17 9-15 9 10 ...
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  • Foster Care and School Performance
    failure- they are in fact performing far behind their normative peers (Zetlin & Weinberg, 2003). Foster care youth are faced with many risk factors and a lack of protective factors that lead to their lower school performance. Common risks factors include frequent moving and the experience of prior abuse and...
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  • Management
    Introduction Nowadays, the importance of English cannot be denied and ignored since English is the most common language used everywhere. With the help of developing technology, English has been playing a major role in many sectors including medicine, engineering, technology, aviation and education...
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  • E-Learning
    Introduction: When the World Wide Web was launched in 1991, there was a rush of interest in the possibilities of electronic learning (E-learning). The use of the Web as an educational medium was hailed as a indication of overwhelming modifications for communities, businesses and markets. By...
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  • Wider Professional Practice
    selected to deliver a learning activity on the concept of Professionalism in the LLS. Tasked to investigate the meaning of professionalism, using the perspective of organisations such as the Lifelong Learning UK (LLUK), the training and Development Agency (TDA), Institute of Learning (IfL) and also considering...
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  • Major Problems
    are to be the powerhouses of schools. Introduction This 2 year course has made me more aware of how powerful high performing school libraries and Schools Library Service can be in raising students’ literacy levels and improving their access to knowledge. This link also suggests that...
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  • thesis
    for the Bachelor of Science in Technical Education. Table of contents Preface Chapter 1: INTRODUCTION ………………………………………………. 1.1 Background of the study ……………………………………….. 1.2 Conceptual framework ………………………………………….. 1.3 State of the problem...
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  • Khanna
    (2011-737), Abdul Mateen (2011-738) MA (ECE) Morning 2011-13 Institute of Education and Research University of the Punjab In language teaching and learning, we have a lot to choose from the world of technology: Radio, TV, CD Rom, Computers, the Internet, Electronic Dictionary, Email, Blogs and Audio Cassettes...
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  • Discuss the Role of the Ict (Information Communication Technology) in Implementing the E Government in Zimbabwe.
    QUESTION: 1 Discuss the role of the ICT (Information Communication Technology) in implementing the E Government in Zimbabwe. INTRODUCTION Our country is experiencing a new industrial and technological revolution which is bringing about a significant, fast and extensive transformation of society...
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  • Integrating Constructive Feedback in Personalised E-Learning
    Integrating Constructive Feedback in Personalised E-Learning Jude T. Lubega1 and Shirley Williams2 1 Makerere University, Faculty of Computing and Information Technology, P.O. Box 7062, Kampala, Uganda, East Africa jlubeg@cit.mak.ac.ug 2 Department of Computer Science, University of Reading, P.O...
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