Adverb: An adverb is a word used to modify any part of speech except noun or pronoun. (J.C. Nesfield) Classification of Adverb: i) Adverb of time, ii) Adverb of place, iii) Adverb of manner, iv) Adverb of degree, v) Adverb of reason or purpose, vi) Adverb of affirmation and negation, vii) Intensifiers and viii) Downtoners
Determiner: Determiner includes Article, Possessive, Demonstrative, and Adjective i) Article: a) Indefinite: a and an b) Definite: the ii) Possessive: my, your, our, his, her, their, its (Note: All possessive pronouns come before noun. Example; My pen, our house, their land, its colour etc.) iii) Demonstrative: this, that, these and those
Read the text and answer the following questions below. May Day or International Workers Day is observed on May 1 all over the world today to commemorate the historical struggle and sacrifices of the working people to establish an eight-hour workday. It is a public holiday in almost all the countries of the world. Since …
Aristotle’s Method of Teaching Aristotle suggested inductive and deductive methods of teaching. He was the first to formulate the logic of these procedures. Aristotle applied these methods both for the objective and subjective studies: It is in this respect that he is considered as the father of modern sciences. Every social activity should have specific aims and objectives. There are …
Aristotle’s Aim of Education His view about the aim of education was different from that of his predecessors Socrates and Plato. He believed in the purposefulness of education. According to Socrates and Plato, ‘the aim of education is to attain knowledge‘.
Aims and Objectives of Education There are some basic and general aims and objectives of education in society which are as follows: 1. Good Citizens The basic aims of education system are to have useful and good citizens, who can be beneficial for society. Education develops in a person the following basic social qualities:
Aristotle’s Concept of Education Aristotle has many philosophies that are brought right into the classroom today without anyone knowing they are. His philosophies are truly remarkable. Through the life of Aristotle, one would wonder how a mere thought of philosophy could impact the way education is practiced today as we know it. Aristotle’s way of …