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The Difficulties of Applying Communicative Approach in Preparatory Schools in Basra City from Teachers’ Perspectives

Kamal Moony Al-Amara(PhD.) Open educational College in Basra/Dep. of Educational Guidance Iraq/Basra & Arafat AbdAli Alabbad (MA.) Assist. Lecturer Open educational College in Basra/Dep. of English Iraq/Basra Section One Abstract Recently, the demand for communicative competence together with the linguistic competence in English language has been increased worldwide. Communicative  competence is concerned with the ability to [...]

A Study of Teacher Value Behaviour In Relation To Teacher Job Satisfaction

Kommuru. Dasaradhi Research Scholar Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University Nagpur & Kagitapu. Venkata Siva Ramakrishna Post Graduate in English Literature Ghantasala, Krishna Dt. A.P & Pendem. Venkata Sai Badarinath Business Development Manager Think & Learn Pvt. Ltd. Hyderabad India Introduction: The  Indian  Education  Commission  1964-66  rightly  observed,  ‘the  weakening  of social and moral values in the [...]

Violence; Silence and the Awakening in Between

Anjana Treesa Joseph M.Phil Scholar Department of English University of Calicut India Mass violence anywhere in the world is always sectarian. Only that the sects differ with the various reported and unreported cases throughout the world. In India the sectarian differences have always had a communal flavour with the many religions, castes and sub-castes. In the [...]

The Female Voice of Patriarchy in Manju Kapur’s Difficult Daughters

Baby Ritu Phukan Asst. Professor Dept. of English, Digboi College Dist. Tinsukia, Assam India Abstract This paper is an attempt to make a study of the women characters in Manju Kapur’s Difficult Daughters (1998), with particular emphasis on the evolution of the daughter, Virmati, as a ‘new woman’ in the midst of the repressive patriarchal structures [...]

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