self-regulation learning strategies data was collected from 300 students to study and analyze different self regulated learning strategies. The sample selected for this study consist of total students 300, were selected from 150 government school
They are reciprocal-interactive and non-reciprocal listening. Throughout the history of teaching of second and foreign language listening, extracting meaning from texts was emphasized and the teaching how to listen was neglected. But recent research in teaching foreign language listening proposes that listening is taught within two approaches . They are bottom up and top down processing
for newly qualified and experienced teachers while they are in their workplace. The idea is that attention has been given to the professional development of novices to help them manage their transition from student-teacher to the profession of teaching, and for this reason, the concept of workplace mentoring for them has got popular acceptance to give them access
One of the most common and prominent classroom activities is the act of teacher questioning. In classroom setting, teachers’ questions and students’ answers are considered a powerful teaching approach if they are used to challenge supposition, and lead to new reason and knowledge. Unfortunately, despite the great impact of the act of teacher questioning in facilitating the process of learning, it has a possibility to demotivate the learners if it is carried out incorrectly. Therefore, the research
learning which overemphasizes the role of individual learner in attunement of his thought, feelings and strategies to accelerate and escalate the extent of his learning. In doing so, a concise overview of this new phenomenon known as self-regulated learning is given at first and evidence attesting to the fruitfulness of such strategy is dispensed in the following.
Teachers are the backbone of education. They are the ones who build a foundation for the success of their students. A teacher should provide quality education despite adversity, an education leading each student to the epitome of achieving their goals to be successful professionals. Teachers are expected to meet each demand and to deliver his/her best ability not only to create a good product but also to improve excellence in the academic community. Teachers are the creators of individuals who someday
behaviours in an attempt to escape discomforts in life. Instead of helping the situation these maladaptive behaviours make things worse. In the case of behaviours such as addiction it is a case of the cure being worse than the disease. Maladaptive coping strategies will often ease the symptoms but they lead to deterioration in the overall problem’. Behavioural theorists define maladaptive behaviours, such as addiction, as a ‘powerful habit pattern, an acquired vicious cycle of self-destructive behaviour that