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MCT / Code Switching in our Lessons!
« on: June 17, 2017, 01:04:42 PM »
Dear Colleagues,
We are currently working on a research project. We are trying to find out how much of our lesson-time ( 10%, 20%. 30%, 40%, 50% etc.) we spend in explaining the contents of our lessons in Bengali. What are the reasons that we have to use L1 (mother tongue) in our lessons?
Thank you for your sincere cooperation and honest opinion.
Shams Hoque
Associate Professor in English
DIU

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Nutrition and Food Engineering / Code Switching in our Lessons!
« on: June 17, 2017, 01:04:08 PM »
Dear Colleagues,
We are currently working on a research project. We are trying to find out how much of our lesson-time ( 10%, 20%. 30%, 40%, 50% etc.) we spend in explaining the contents of our lessons in Bengali. What are the reasons that we have to use L1 (mother tongue) in our lessons?
Thank you for your sincere cooperation and honest opinion.
Shams Hoque
Associate Professor in English
DIU

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Dear Colleagues,
We are currently working on a research project. We are trying to find out how much of our lesson-time ( 10%, 20%. 30%, 40%, 50% etc.) we spend in explaining the contents of our lessons in Bengali. What are the reasons that we have to use L1 (mother tongue) in our lessons?
Thank you for your sincere cooperation and honest opinion.
Shams Hoque
Associate Professor in English
DIU

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Dear Colleagues,
We are currently working on a research project. We are trying to find out how much of our lesson-time ( 10%, 20%. 30%, 40%, 50% etc.) we spend in explaining the contents of our lessons in Bengali. What are the reasons that we have to use L1 (mother tongue) in our lessons?
Thank you for your sincere cooperation and honest opinion.
Shams Hoque
Associate Professor in English
DIU

20
Software Engineering / Code Switching in our lessons
« on: June 15, 2017, 04:07:39 PM »
Dear Colleagues,
We are currently working on a research project. We are trying to find out how much of our lesson-time ( 10%, 20%. 30%, 40%, 50% etc.) we spend in explaining the contents of our lessons in Bengali. What are the reasons that we have to use L1 (mother tongue) in our lessons?
Thank you for your sincere cooperation and honest opinion.
Shams Hoque
Associate Professor in English
DIU

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Textile Engineering / Code Switching in our lessons
« on: June 15, 2017, 04:07:09 PM »
Dear Colleagues,
We are currently working on a research project. We are trying to find out how much of our lesson-time ( 10%, 20%. 30%, 40%, 50% etc.) we spend in explaining the contents of our lessons in Bengali. What are the reasons that we have to use L1 (mother tongue) in our lessons?
Thank you for your sincere cooperation and honest opinion.
Shams Hoque
Associate Professor in English
DIU

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Pharmacy / Code Switching in our lessons
« on: June 15, 2017, 04:06:20 PM »
Dear Colleagues,
We are currently working on a research project. We are trying to find out how much of our lesson-time ( 10%, 20%. 30%, 40%, 50% etc.) we spend in explaining the contents of our lessons in Bengali. What are the reasons that we have to use L1 (mother tongue) in our lessons?
Thank you for your sincere cooperation and honest opinion.
Shams Hoque
Associate Professor in English
DIU

23
Law / Code Switching in our lessons
« on: June 15, 2017, 04:05:41 PM »
Dear Colleagues,
We are currently working on a research project. We are trying to find out how much of our lesson-time ( 10%, 20%. 30%, 40%, 50% etc.) we spend in explaining the contents of our lessons in Bengali. What are the reasons that we have to use L1 (mother tongue) in our lessons?
Thank you for your sincere cooperation and honest opinion.
Shams Hoque
Associate Professor in English
DIU

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Journalism & Mass Communication / Code Switching in you lessons
« on: June 15, 2017, 04:05:13 PM »
Dear Colleagues,
We are currently working on a research project. We are trying to find out how much of our lesson-time ( 10%, 20%. 30%, 40%, 50% etc.) we spend in explaining the contents of our lessons in Bengali. What are the reasons that we have to use L1 (mother tongue) in our lessons?
Thank you for your sincere cooperation and honest opinion.
Shams Hoque
Associate Professor in English
DIU

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Business Administration / Code Switching in our Lessons!
« on: June 15, 2017, 04:04:34 PM »
Dear Colleagues,
We are currently working on a research project. We are trying to find out how much of our lesson-time ( 10%, 20%. 30%, 40%, 50% etc.) we spend in explaining the contents of our lessons in Bengali. What are the reasons that we have to use L1 (mother tongue) in our lessons?
Thank you for your sincere cooperation and honest opinion.
Shams Hoque
Associate Professor in English
DIU

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English / Code Switching in our Lessons!
« on: June 15, 2017, 02:22:24 PM »
Dear Colleagues,
We are currently working on a research project. We are trying to find out how much of our lesson-time ( 10%, 20%. 30%, 40%, 50% etc.) we spend in explaining the contents of our lessons in Bengali. What are the reasons that we have to use L1 (mother tongue) in our lessons?
Thank you for your sincere cooperation and honest opinion.
Shams Hoque
Associate Professor in English
DIU

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English / Re: Why do we teach?
« on: June 15, 2017, 10:30:40 AM »
But the question's asking for more serious response, young lady, I mean, Tina.

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English / Re: Teacher! Who?
« on: June 15, 2017, 10:28:37 AM »
I want what is YOUR response, please, Tina!

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English / Re: A silly question!
« on: June 15, 2017, 10:27:36 AM »
Dear Tahsina,
I can see you are a Sr.(?) member here. So, you have more responsibility to respond to my response a little more generously, don't you?
Shams Hoque

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English / Re: A silly question!
« on: June 15, 2017, 10:25:54 AM »
Oh, I see. I'm just if you are trying to avoid the responsibility. I know you know the answer. And that is:
An expensive pen with proper refill should be given in return.
I hope you know what I mean.

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