Category: Academic

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.

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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.

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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 …

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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 …

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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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Types of Validity

Types of validity Content validity. A test is said to have content validity if the items or tasks of which it is made up constitute a representative sample of items or tasks for the area of knowledge or ability to be tested (often related to a syllabus or a course). Construct validity. A test is …

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What is Measurement?

Measurement:  Measurement is the process of determining the amount or length of something when compared with a fixed unit (e.g. using a ruler to measure length). In language teaching measurement constitutes the quantification of language proficiency. Aspects of language knowledge, specific abilities and skills are measurable when there are transparent criteria and precise analysis of data.

A Composition on The Bangabandhu Satellite

The Bangabandhu Satellite The Bangabandhu Satellite-1 is the greatest achievement of Bangladesh Government and it is the first Bangladeshi geostationary communications and Broadcasting Satellite in her history.

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What is Knowledge

What is Knowledge? According to the definition of Wikipedia, Knowledge is a familiarity, awareness, or understanding of someone or something, such as facts, information, descriptions or skills, which is acquired through experience or education by perceiving or learning. Similarly, knowledge indicates the facts, information, and skills acquired by a person through experience or education; the theoretical …

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Purposes of Education

 Purposes of Education: As education is a long process and so its purposes are so many that we cannot explain it in a single idea. However, I feel the following basic aims would be at its core: 

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