By | March 25, 2021

The first cases of COVID-19 infections were linked to a live animal market in Wuhan, China, suggesting the virus was transmitted through animals sold as exotic foods to humans.COVID-19 is transmitted primarily from person to person through respiratory droplets produced when a person coughs, sneezes, sings, plays sports or talks. The disease is usually spread… Read More »

Chronic health problems in children

By | March 20, 2021

Severe illness, even transient, can cause great anxiety in children and their families. Chronic health problems last for more than 12 months and are severe enough to limit usual activities. Also Chronic health problems usually cause even more emotional distress than transient problems. Examples of chronic health problems: Asthma Diabetes Impaired hearing function or impaired… Read More »

Violence Against Women In The World

By | March 14, 2021

There has been violence against women all over the world in all ages. It was very intense in primitive societies, especially in the dark ages of civilization. Gradually human mind developed through education, experience, and initiation into religions. As a result, violence against women subsided to a great extent. But sadly enough, in today’s world… Read More »


By | March 11, 2021

Although the word ‘Globalization’ has become a buzzword in recent times, the concept implied by the term is not very clear to everybody. It seems that Globalization is a term that has a meaning with at least three layers: Firstly, it refers to more extended economic relationships between all the countries of the world. Secondly,… Read More »

If I Were A Millionare

By | March 9, 2021

A Millionaire! And then even a multi-millionaire! These words, though frequently heard, always seem to be very unfamiliar and fresh to me. Especially when I want to use these words to identify myself, the unvoiced utterances tickle me in the ears and electrify my brain as though they were lulling me to a sleepless dream.… Read More »

My Village

By | March 7, 2021

The name of my village is Bhanderkote. It is situated on the bank of the river Poshur, in the Batiaghata, Khn district. It is a small village of nearly 2,500 people. Most of the population is Muslim by caste, and a small portion of them are Hindu. There are no Buddhist or Christian people in… Read More »

The Dangers Of Science

By | March 5, 2021

Science has established the world in a new order by removing many of our superstitions, ignorance, and much of the darkness before our mundane eyes. It has added a new dimension to our life and the way we live it by various inventions and discoveries. It is only by dint of science that the primitive… Read More »

Content-Based ESL: An Introduction

By | March 3, 2021

Language exists in two forms, the spoken and the written. Had we been treating this subject a generation ago, we would probably have put writing ahead of speaking. Two linguistic activities are associated with both speech and writing: an encoding and a decoding process. Speaking and writing themselves are the encoding processes whereby we communicate… Read More »

Travelling as a Point of Education

By | March 1, 2021

Traveling as a part of Education. Education involves not only reading books and doing exercises but also acquiring knowledge through doing something practically in other words, practical experience is a part of education. In this sense, since traveling adds to our experience and knowledge base, it can safely be considered a part of education. In… Read More »

Testing Oral Production

By | February 28, 2021

TESTING ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE (WHAT IS MEANT BY SPEAKING A SECOND LANGUAGE) If we compare the inventory with that which was presented in the preceding chapter on the testing of writing, one essential difference is apparent. As used in the chapter, the term writing was applied to a rather formal and sophisticated language… Read More »

Science Processes and Language

By | February 27, 2021

Approaches to Science When science is taught from an inquiry-based, problem-solving orientation, students learn to define a science problem, state a hypothesis, gather data, analyze data, and make statements relating the hypothesis to the data. Through scientific inquiry, students develop learning processes inherent in thinking: observing, classifying, comparing, communicating, measuring, inferring, predicting, and finding space… Read More »

Testing Reading Comprehension

By | February 25, 2021

WHAT IS MEANT BY READING COMPREHENSION When we come to the testing of reading comprehension, we are concerned with the testing of students who have passed beyond the purely audio-lingual state of language learning, in which “reading” and “writing” are used simply to reinforce the oral/aural learnings, and have proceeded to a stage in which… Read More »