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A Practical Research Framework for AnalyzingCulture in EFL Textbooks, the Cross-Cultural Aspects of TEFL: A Case Study of English for Palestine New Series

This study aimed at investigating the frequency of the cultural aspects in “English for Palestine” textbooks the new series and the extent to which culture is presented in these textbooks through content analysis. The study attempted to answer the following five questions: 1. What are the teachers’ perspectives regarding teaching culture in the EFL classroom?…
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July 29, 2020 0

Folk Beliefs of Vietnamese People

Vietnam has been being a country with many religions and beliefs. In the diversity of religions and beliefs, there are religions and beliefs imported from abroad, but there are also beliefs and religions that were born righteously in the country of Vietnam. In those beliefs, there have been folk beliefs. Folk beliefs have been formed…
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April 13, 2020 0

Research in Didactics of Natural Sciences and Pedagogical Innovation for Scientific Education | Book Publisher International

The research theme “Didactics of life and earth sciences and pedagogical engineering” is part of the opening and complementarity of our LIRDIST laboratory to training and development. This book aims at a research work in education and training, in order to bring concrete proposals for teaching in life and earth sciences, taking into account our…
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April 8, 2020 0

News Update on Learning Strategies: March – 2020

Vocabulary Learning Strategies and Language Learning Outcomes We aimed to establish the vocabulary learning strategies used by Chinese university learners of English and the relationship between their strategies and outcomes in learning English. We asked 850 sophomore non‐English majors at Beijing Normal University to complete a vocabulary learning questionnaire. [1] Learning Strategies in Foreign Language Instruction…
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March 11, 2020 0

Latest Research News on Distance Learning : March – 2020

Barriers to Learning in Distance Education. Distance learning is an excellent method of teaching adult learners because they need flexibility to contend with competing priorities. Adult learning is not without problems, however, such as loss of motivation because of lack of face-to-face contact with teachers and peers, potentially prohibitive start-up costs, and lack of faculty…
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March 3, 2020 0

News Update on Students’ Attitudes Research: Jan – 2020

Students’ attitudes; a report of the Syracuse University reaction study. This is a comprehensive study of student attitudes supported the Reaction Study at Syracuse University in 1926. The authors indicate factors pertaining to the local situation in light of the meantime and also contributions to the broader interests. the issues involved in questionnaire procedure and…
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January 14, 2020 0

Using Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis to Explore Experiences of New Poverty

‘New poverty’, an urban type of poverty mainly affecting the middle class, has increased dramatically over the past five years in Greece following the 2007-2008 economic crisis and the strict austerity measures which were adopted. Focusing on subjective experience and meaning making, this study aims to illuminate how ‘new poverty’ is experienced and given meaning…
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November 9, 2019 0

Online Purchasing Behavior among Students in Universiti Utara Malaysia, Malaysia

The internet penetration in Malaysia showed rapid growth, and its e-commerce platform such as online shopping is heavily used as it can be accessed 24 hours a day. The outlook on the main factors that influence online purchasing behaviors need to be investigated. This study investigated the factors that affect online purchasing behavior, in particular…
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November 9, 2019 0

Determinants of Performance of Public Primary Schools in Kenya: A Case Study of Gatanga District

Recently, the Kenyan government reaffirmed its commitment to enabling majority of its citizen’s access to education through establishment of free primary education program and subsidizing secondary education. However, despite all these efforts, the education sector continues to face myriads of problems, major one being skewed performance in Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) and Kenya…
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November 9, 2019 0

View on Human from Perspective of Information Age Organizations: Necessity of Trained and Developed Human Resource for Sustainability and Competition

As the information age has changed everything in the world, it has also changed organizations in terms of structures, working methods, competitive methods, technologies and strategies. In fact, this is a magical transformation for organizations. The human element of organizations has sometimes been the planner, sometimes the implementer, and sometimes the victim of this change…
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November 9, 2019 0