The Impact of English as a Global Language on Educational Policies and Practices in the Asia-Pacific Region
Paraphrasing of David Nunon’s research paper of “The Impact of English as a Global Language on Educational Policies and Practices in the Asia-Pacific Region”
The article presents the results of an investigation into the place of English in the curriculum in several countries in the Asia-Pacific region. It also explains about the rising of English as a global language, policies and practices of English in all countries. Similarly, it also reveals some significant problems; confusion, policy, inequality, inadequately trained and skilled teachers and syllabus designing.
The term paper is about “The Importance of Creative Writing”. It is designed with various perspectives and all of them are designed gradually. Firstly, it shows the definition of writing and creative writing, then purpose of writing, benefits of writing, tools and materials of writing, writing method, teaching method, how to begin creative writing etc. The purpose of this paper is to show the real feature of creative writing and why it is very important for the learners, how it helps them in their practical and professional life.
A Research Paper on: An Evaluation of English Department Curriculum in the Light of Former Graduates of English
An Evaluation of English Department Curriculum in the Light of Former Graduates of English
Research Paper on Impact of traditional English language learning on the speaking skills of a group of experienced learners
The Impact of traditional English language learning on the speaking skills of a group of experienced learners
South Asian Diaspora in Jhumpa Lahiri’s Fiction
Contemporary post-colonial fictions are dealt with the themes of migration, homelessness, loss of identity, rootlessness and exilic experiences. In a broad sense, these themes are the most common themes of Third World, post-colonial and commonwealth literature. Jhumpa Lahiri, the first Indian author to win prestigious Pulitzer Prize in the USA for her collection of short stories “Interpreter of Maladies”, is a second generation Indian writer whose caliber as a diasporic writer is excellent. She is a class herself in revealing diasporic status through her works.
The world is designed with different types of creations; and human being is the best creation of Creator because of their proper knowledge of the separation between good and evil. All the creations are talented only for the benefit of the human. Before creating the human being the world was totally empty. After revolution, gradually different generation came and they created different eras. All the eras were not the equal with one another.
Madhabkunda is considered as the largest waterfall of Bangladesh. It is located at Madhabkunda under Moulavibazar District in Sylhet Division. It is about five km away from Dakshinbagh railway station, and 350 km from Dhaka city. Madhabkunda is located about 5 km from Kakhinbage railway station, the nearest station of Madhabkunda.