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The Impact Created by the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Teaching of English Language to Undergraduates in Sri Lanka

COVID-19, which has immobilised the world for over two years, has inflicted devastation on a wide range of social sectors. The COVID-19 epidemic has had a negative impact on the worldwide educational system. As a result of the pandemic’s significant effects on education institutions in Sri Lanka, a large number of school-aged children and university…
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Self-Compassion and Positive Mental Health of Undergraduate Students of Royal University of Bhutan

The Royal University of Bhutan’s undergraduate students were studied to see if there was a link between self-compassion and good mental health. Between July 2020 and June 2021, the sample included students from Bhutan’s Gedu College of Business Studies, College of Science and Technology, Samtse College, Norbuling Rigter College, Royal Thimphu College, Paro College of…
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Active Learning Students – A State of the Art about STEM Education

Active-learning classes boost students’ overall learning, according to STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) education study. One of the STEM teaching frameworks is TBL. Small group interaction may be more important in team-based learning (TBL) than in any other regularly employed instructional technique in university education. Three facts support this conclusion. To begin, group work…
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A Nexus of Group and Collaborative Learning Facilities for Stimulating Oral Interaction of Learners from Saudi Arabia

Collaborative learning is an instructional strategy that allows students to learn by assisting one another in a classroom setting. The present study focuses on promoting oral contact among students through group and collaborative learning. A qualitative survey research was conducted with 10 tenth-grade male pupils ranging in age from 14 to 15 years old. A…
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The Use of Letters as Portraits of Intimacy in Literature Studies

Letters are frequently used in humanities study as an alteration, a curiosity, a record, or a source of data about a situation or event. They are one of the most complete collections of data on women’s voices in literature, politics, and science, and they may include autobiographical and historical information. When there were limited options…
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Adolescents’ Attitudes Concerning Students with Disability and / or Special Educational Needs in Regular Greek School Context

Disability is a universal condition that may be found in all aspect of our everyday lives. Kids with impairments and/or specific educational requirements attend the educational system, where they must coexist with students from the general population. These teenagers have and develop attitudes toward their classmates who have motor, cognitive, sensory, and emotional challenges, which…
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Improvement of Learner Retention for English Online Courses in Center of Foreign Languages, Vietnam

Due to the widespread shutdown of schools as a result of the Covid-19 epidemic, online learning has lately grown in popularity. While the number of online students continues to rise, keeping them enrolled in online courses and programmes has proven challenging. The ability of a school to keep students engaged in their studies, accomplish their…
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On Harmonizing “Language of Light”: Poetry, between Mimesis and Catharsis

The research was carried out with two goals in mind: 1) A more in-depth introduction to semio-bio-photonics, which has previously been published, and 2) some novel results on the persuasive benefits of poetic language. Two pluridisciplinary perspectives are required to clarify the genesis and resonant power of (poetic) language: a) contributions from semiotics, phonology and…
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Prayer Chanting of Two Jewish-Sephardi Traditions- Music, History and Culture

This article examines a Jewish liturgical genre that is performed during the main portions of Jewish prayer sessions. The liturgical title for this liturgical genre is “prayer chanting.” The expression refers to the cantor’s musical rendition of the prose readings at Jewish prayer sessions. A prayer chanting genre exists in most Jewish liturgical traditions, and…
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Implementation of Basic Science Programme in Junior Secondary Schools in Nasarawa West Zone, Nigeria

The goal of this study was to examine the extent to which fundamental science programmes were implemented in junior secondary schools in Nasarawa’s West Zone. The primary goal of this research is to determine whether the Basic Science Program’s curriculum content is taught to students as intended, as well as the availability, adequacy, and utilisation…
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