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Impact of Student Teacher Relationship on Academic Performance of Students

Impact of Student Teacher Relationship on Academic Performance of Students

Impact of Student Teacher Relationship on Academic Performance of Students Chapter I: Introduction The present research was conducted to investigate the role or impact of student teacher relationship on academic performance of students. A sizable literature and some other scholarly article suggest that if teachers take the time to build relationships …

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Improving Vocabulary Through Speaking

Improving Vocabulary Through Speaking

Improving Vocabulary Through Speaking    Abstract This research paper highlights the problems of the students of secondary level regarding vocabulary enhancement through speaking skills. The students of the Govt schools are not fluent and accurate in terms of their vocabulary and speaking skills. They have not been provided with the …

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Translation of The Neologisms

TRANSLATION OF THE NEOLOGISMS

Translation of The Neologisms Definition of Neologism: Neologisms can be defined as newly coined lexical units or existing lexical units that acquire a new sense. In other words, Neologisms are new words, word-combinations or fixed phrases that appear in the language due to the development of social life, culture, science and engineering. …

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Culture Conflict

Culture Conflict

Culture Conflict Culture conflict  a type of conflict that occurs when different culture values and beliefs clash. It has been used to explain violence and crime. Alexander Grewe discusses a cultural conflict occurs when people expectations of a certain behavior coming from their cultural backgrounds are not met, as other …

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Sample Role Plays

Simple Role Plays

Sample Role Plays Sample Role Play 1: Role Play Title: First Aid Duration: 40+40 minutes, Two periods Resources Used: Classroom, first aid kit, shawls to be used as curtains, cards, charts, one table and four chairs, worksheets. Characters: Doctor, three patients, helper of doctor, mother, two volunteers having first aid …

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Twentieth Century Fiction Summary

TWENTIETH CENTURY FICTION

TWENTIETH CENTURY FICTION Fred B. Millet, in his book “Contemporary British Literature”, states that “the physical environment in which the men of letter and artists live conditions their production in the most intimate and elusive of ways”. In this respect the twentieth century novelists are of no exception. Their writings …

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Aspects of Morphology

Aspects of Morphology

Aspects of Morphology Morphology “It is the study of how words are formed.” Some morphemes can’t be used independently, they are called “bound morphemes.” Here we have such morphemes as e.g. although = al+though, fallen = fall+en, ignoble = ig+noble. In all above examples each one has two morphemes ‘al’ …

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