English 1st Paper Suggestion for SSC 2019

English 1st Paper Suggestion for SSC 2019

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  1. May Day or International Workers Day
  2. 21stFebruary is a memorable day
  3. 26 March, our independence day
  4. Heritage is what we inherit
  5. The French sculptor, Fedric
  6. Zahir Raihan was one of the
  7. Countries of the world
  8. The advantages of internet
  9. Michel Madhusudan Dutt was
  10. Lake Baikal is the deepest
  11. Mother Teresa

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English Second Paper Suggestion for SSC 2019

English Second Paper Suggestion for SSC 2019

 

Most Important CV for SSC 2019

  1. For the post of an English Teacher or Lecturer
  2. For the post of a Librarian
  3. For the post of a Computer Operator
  4. For the post of an Account Officer
  5. For the post of a Marketing Officer/ Manager
  6. For the post of a Senior/Junior Officer
  7. For the post of a Medical Representative

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Basic Features of CLT Method

Basic Features of CLT Method  

(1)  CLT:  Meaning is paramount.

(2)  CLT:  Dialogs, if used, center around communicative functions and are not normally memorized.   

(3)  CLT:  Contextualization is a basic premise.

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CLT Method Vs Audiolingual Method

Communicative Language Teaching Method Vs Audiolingual Method

(1)  CLT:  Meaning is paramount.

      ALM:  Attends to structure and form more than meaning.

(2)  CLT:  Dialogs, if used, center around communicative functions and are not normally memorized.

      ALM:  Demands more memorization of structure-based dialogs.

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Typical Techniques of Audio-lingual Method

Typical Techniques of Audio-lingual Method  

1) Dialog Memorization
      (Students memorize an opening dialog using mimicry and applied role-playing)

(2)  Backward Build-up (Expansion Drill)

      (Teacher breaks a line into several parts, students repeat each part starting at the end of the sentence and “expanding” backwards through the sentence, adding each part in sequence)

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Typical Techniques of Direct Method

Typical Techniques of Direct Method

1)  Reading Aloud

    (Reading sections of passages, plays or dialogues out loud)

(2)  Question and Answer Exercise

      (Asking questions in the target language and having students answer in full sentences)

(3)  Student Self-Correction (Teacher facilitates opportunities for students to self correct using follow-up questions, tone, etc)

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Characteristics of Direct Method

Characteristics of Direct Method

(1)  Classroom instruction is conducted exclusively in the target language.

(2)  Only everyday vocabulary and sentences are taught.

(3)  Oral communication skills are built up in a carefully traded progression organized around question-and-answer exchanges between teachers and students in small, intensive classes.

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Typical Techniques of Grammar Translation Method

Typical Techniques of Grammar Translation Method

(1)  Translation of a Literary Passage

      (Translating target language to native language)

(2)  Reading Comprehension Questions

      (Finding information in a passage, making inferences and relating to personal experience)

(3)  Antonyms/Synonyms

      (Finding antonyms and synonyms for words or sets of words).

(4) Cognates

      (Learning spelling/sound patterns that correspond between L1 and the target language)

(5)  Deductive Application of Rule

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Characteristics of Grammar Translation Method

Characteristics of Grammar Translation Method

(1)  Classes are taught in the mother tongue, with little active use of the target language.

(2)  Much vocabulary is taught in the form of lists of isolated words.

(3)  Long elaborate explanations of the intricacies of grammar are given.

(4)  Grammar provides the rules for putting words together, and instruction often focuses on the form and inflection of words. 

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7th March Speech of Bangabandhu

                        7th March Speech  

My brothers,

I stand before you today with a heart overflowing with grief. You are fully aware of the events that are going on and understand their import. We have been trying to do our best to cope with the situation. And yet, unfortunately, the streets of Dhaka, Chittagong, Khulna, Rajshahi and Rangpur are awash with the blood of our brothers. The people of Bengal now want to be free, the people of Bengal now want to live, and the people of Bengal now want their rights.

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