Diaspora – Paragraph for HSC

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Hope you are passing a busy time with study. In this post, I am going to share a very important paragraph for HSC Exam 2009. You must learn the Paragraph on Diaspora for better preparation.

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HSC English 2nd Paper Exclusive Suggestion 2019

English 2nd Paper Suggestion for HSC 2019

Formal Letter

  1. Multimedia facilities
  2. Study tour
  3. Computer club
  4. Debating club
  5. Library facilities
  6. Sound system in the classroom
  7. English language club
  8. Admission on TC
  9. Stage a Drama
  10. Seat in the college hostel

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HSC English 1st Paper Exclusive Suggestion 2019

HSC English 1st Paper Suggestion 2019

Seen Passage (First Passage)

  1. The term ‘diaspora’ is
  2. Folk music consists of song
  3. A Peace movement is a
  4. Conflict can be described
  5. Adolescents constitute a
  6. Kuakata, locally known as
  7. My name is Amerigo
  8. As a child you must have
  9. Universities should never
  10. Nelson Mandela guided

Seen Passage (Second Passage)

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English 2nd Paper Suggestion for HSC 2019

Formal Letter

a) Permission to go on a study tour

b) Not to allow any student to use cell phone in the class or exam hall

c) Setting up a Computer Club

d) Setting up a Debate Club

e) Seat in a College Hostel

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English 1st Paper Suggestion for HSC 2019

Seen and Unseen Passages

The history of Bengal ———- for our rights (1 and 3)

Unsafe levels of pesticides ———- they added (1)

I caught sight ———- an attentive listener (1 and 2)

As a child ———- and pleasant (1 and 3)

Blow, Blow thou ———— the green holly (3)

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Morphology and its Classification

Morphology: Morphology is the Analysis of word structure.

The system of categories and rules involved in word formation and interpretation makes up a language’s morphology.

Like syllables and sentences, words have an internal structure consisting of smaller units organized with respect to each other in a particular way. Continue reading

Morphology

Morphology: Morphology is the Analysis of word structure.

The system of categories and rules involved in word formation and interpretation makes up a language’s morphology.

Like syllables and sentences, words have an internal structure consisting of smaller units organized with respect to each other in a particular way. Continue reading

Different Forms of Assessment in Classroom

Continuous assessment refers to the activities required by students during the conduct of a course. It takes place within the normal teaching period and contributes to the final assessment.

Formative assessment refers to observations which allow one to determine the degree to which students know or are able to perform a given task. It involves all those activities (assigned by teachers and performed by students) which provide information used as feedback so that teaching may meet students’ needs. It can also include teacher assessment, feedback and feed-forward. Continue reading

Types of Tests in ELT

Types of Tests in ELT

Achievement testing. It is used to determine whether or not students have mastered the course content and how they should proceed. The content of achievement tests, which are commonly given at the end of the course, is generally based on the course syllabus or the course textbook.

Proficiency testing. It is used to measure learners’ general linguistic knowledge, abilities or skills without reference to any specific course.

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Types of Testing in ELT

Types of Testing in ELT

Achievement testing. It is used to determine whether or not students have mastered the course content and how they should proceed. The content of achievement tests, which are commonly given at the end of the course, is generally based on the course syllabus or the course textbook.

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