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Faculty Forum / Re: Student-teacher gap
« on: April 05, 2010, 03:30:00 PM »
I think a good teacher is a good psychologist as well.He or she can read out what is going on inside his/her students' minds.Sometimes individual students are found not attentive in class.In such cases teachers can call up them personally and then can frankly discuss their problems.

BBA Discussion Forum / Re: Result PUblication
« on: March 23, 2010, 12:26:23 PM »
Dear Mr.Sumon

Thanks for your quick response.I hope your answer will pacify the queries of many guardians.Moreover,for a better understanding,I am sending the steps one by one which I have collected from Registrar Office:

Step 1: go to the Website of Daffodil International University

Step 2: Click on Academic Result
(Link: academic result.html)

Step 3: Put Student ID in Student ID box

Step 4: Select Semester from Semester Dropdown Box
            (You can select semester from Fall-2008 to last semester)

Step 5: Click on Show Result

You can see your desired ID result in table grid.If you need to print the result then go to the print option and print it.

Wish you all the best.

Department of English,DIU

English / Re: Re-arrange (poem)
« on: March 22, 2010, 03:11:41 PM »

Excellent Kumrul.Carry on.Life is in fact anything that you can imagine (and sometimes beyond your imagination...)

Shamsi Miss.

BBA Discussion Forum / Re: !! Present situation of DIU!!
« on: March 22, 2010, 02:57:14 PM »
Dear Students

Please don't worry.You are the heart of the university and definitely the authority will work out your concern regarding classrooms as early as possible.We may have some shortage in our resources as we are still growing as a university but one thing I do really believe that there is no shortage in our dedication.And you know if dedication is there,no obstacle does matter.

Wish you all the best.

Shamsi Miss
Department of English,DIU.

HRDI / Re: English Department Workshop
« on: July 16, 2009, 11:51:20 AM »
Thank you sir.Your guidelines to improve our classes also deserve appreciation.We the English teachers infact think a lot about how to improve our students' English but sometimes their 'no reaction' attitude makes me frustrated.At present, I am thinking about some specific plans.I hope to share it very soon.

Department of English

HRDI / Re: English Department Workshop
« on: July 15, 2009, 05:26:47 PM »
Dear all,

We have already participated in three sessions.Last day( 13th July) we, Nusrat Jahan and Shamsi Ara Huda of group 1, jot down the following suggestions to improve our classroom management:

1. Marks Distribution:

# More marks should be allocated on presentation
# More marks should be allocated on reading

2. Motivation

# Students should be motivated to reading
# Realistic goals should be connected to motivate learners

3. Teaching Writing

# Selective extracts can be used for improving writing
# Students can be instructed to rewrite selective reading materials
# Editing should be emphasied by peer review

4.Teaching Materials

# Need based innovative materials can be used
# Diverse sources like Readers' Digest, Star Insight, Star Campus etc. can be introdued
# Some extra story books can be introduced for each semester and learners' progress has to be assessed.

5. Equipments

# Internet
# Multi-media

We gave emphasis on presentation as in many cases, speaking is the only skill to be tested to evaluate a person's level of communicative competence.We have also emphasised on reading as it is realated with the improvement of writing.By building a habit of regular reading,a person can himself/herself improve his/her style of writing.Here the teacher can only play the role of a facilitator.

We have connected assessment with almost everything as our students are very much instrumentally motivated.They have always a tendency to secure a good grade in exam.Moreover, they are suggested to be motivated integratively by connecting realistic goals.For example:if a teacher , now and then,reminds his/her students about the importance of English in their real life,they are bound to address this need.

By innovative materials, we in fact meant authentic materials.We felt that students will feel motivated if they can attach themselves personally with the reading materials.Besides a smooth support of technology is a must to ensure more exposure in English.

Shamsi Ara Huda
Department of English

English Language Lab / Re: GOOD TEACHERS DON'T TEACH
« on: July 15, 2009, 04:22:43 PM »
The write-up on "Good Teachers Don't Teach" is really motivating for teachers.Infact nowadays, the word 'teacher' has been replaced by the word' ' facilitator' in many places.But unfortunately we are still holding our previous views as if we are preconditioned to keep ourselves active leaving  our students passive.To improve our students' skill in English, this attitude has to be changed.A real interactive classroom has to be ensured.

Department of English

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