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MEETING THE CHALLENGES OF TEACHING LARGE CLASSES IN CONTEXT OF BANGLADESH
ARJUMAND ARA1, KAZI AMZAD HOSSAIN2
1Assistant Professor, Department of English, University of Asia Pacific, Dhaka
2Lecturer, Department of English, University of Asia Pacific, Dhaka
294-301
FORM THREE STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION TOWARDS THE AUTHENTICITY OF PT3 ENGLISH PAPER
LIM, Y. X.*, LOW, C.C., BASKARAN, S., THEDCHANAMOORTHY, H.
*Master of Education (Persuing)in Teaching English as a Second Language, Universiti Putra Malaysia
302-313
HARDY’S VISION OF LIFE IN TESS OF THE D’URBERVILLES
ZUBAIR AHMAD BHAT
Research Scholar Department of Comparative Languages and Culture Barkatullah University Bhopal, M.P. India
314-319
ACHEBE’S NO LONGER AT EASE: IRONY AND AMBIVALENCE IN THE HEART OF ‘DARKNESS’
TUHIN MUKHOPADHYAY
PG Student, The University of Burwan
320-324
IMPACT OF TRANSLATION
BASHARAT UL HAQ
Research Scholar, School of Studies in English, Vikram University Ujjain (M.P)
325-327
THE INGREDIENTS OF RECIPE WRITING STYLE: AN ESP PERSPECTIVE
ZEB ANSARI1 Prof. SAMI RAFIQ2
1Research Scholar, Department of English, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, India,
2Department of English, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh (2002), India
328-331
INTEGRATION OF TECHNOLOGY WITH FACE TO FACE MODE OF ESL LEARNING
Dr. SHANMUGAYOGINI.RAVINDRAN
Senior Lecturer English
English Language Teaching Centre
University of Jaffna,SriLanka
332-336
THE MOON IS A HARSH MISTRESS AS A LIBERTARIAN UTOPIAN SCIENCE FICTION BY ROBERT A. HEINLEIN
Dr SHUCHI AGRAWAL
Assistant Professor-III
Amity Institute of English Studies & Research
Amity University, NOIDA
337-341
AN ECO-CRITICAL STUDY OF RABINDRANATH TAGORE’S SELECTED POETRY
Dr.SHAKUNTALA KUNWAR1, POOJA KHALI2
1Associate Professor, 2Research Scholar
Department of English, HNB Garhwal Central University Srinagar
Garhwal, 246174, Uttarakhand
342-348
WITNESSING AFRICA’S DEVELOPMENT AS PROTEST LITERATURE: EXPLORING BESSIE HEAD, CHINUA ACHEBE AND WOLE SOYINKA
ROHINI JHA
Research Scholar, Department of English, V.K.S. University,Bihar, India
349-352
“THE COLOR PURPLE”: SELF-REALIZATION AND SELFHOOD
G M MADHAVI1 & Prof. M A K SUKUMAR2
1Assistant Professor,SVEC & Research Scholar, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore
2Emeritus Professor of English, S V University & Research Supervisor, Tirupati
353-360
IMAGES MORE POWERFUL THAN WORDS-A STUDY OF ANG LEE’S LIFE OF PI AND THE EFFECT OF ADAPTATIONS ON READERS TODAY
PHIONA ELIZABETH JOSHY
Assistant Professor, Department of English, BCM College,
Kottayam
361-364
DIFFERENTIATING READING COMPREHENSION INSTRUCTION THROUGH BLOOM SMARTS ACTIVITY MATRIX
HEBA MAHMOUD ABDELDAYEM1, Dr. AHMED H. SEIFEDEEN2, Dr. NAHED M. GHONEIM3.
1MA in Education, Menoufia University, Egypt, 2Professor of Curriculum & Instruction (EFL), Menoufia University, 3Assistant Professor of Curriculum & Instruction (EFL), Menoufia University
365-374
ON THE SHIFTING MARGINS OF RACIAL BOUNDARY: SEXUAL INTIMACY AND BORDER DYNAMICS IN DOLEN PERKINS-VALDEZ’S WENCH
N’GUESSAN Koffi Eugene
Alassane Ouattara University – Bouake, Cote d’Ivoire
375-384
AN ECOCRITICAL READING OF WORDSWORTH’S “THREE YEARS SHE GREW IN SUN AND SHOWER”
JAGADISH BARAT
Assistant Teacher
Dorodih H.G.K.Vidyapith(H.S), Purulia, West Bengal
385-388
A JOURNEY FROM SELF-EFFACEMENT TO SELF-DISCOVERY IN TEHMINA DURRANI’S MY FEUDAL LORD
SHIVANI THAKUR
PhD Research Scholar, Department of English and Cultural Studies, Panjab University, Chandigarh
389-394
FEMINISM AND FEMINIST ISSUES
Dr. S. LATHA RANI
Assistant Professor, Department of English, N.M.S.S. Vellaichamy Nadar College, Nagamalai, Madurai-625 019, Tamilnadu, India
395-402
A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF SOCIAL INJUSTICE IN MAHESH DATTANI’S SEVEN STEPS AROUND THE FIRE
ZEBA MEHDI1, Dr. SMITA MISHRA2
1Research Scholar, Department of English, Amity University, Noida
2Assistant Professor, Department of English, Amity University, Noida
403-406
ECOCRITICAL APPROACH TO PAULO COELHO’S
THE ALCHEMIST
PRADEEP H. MAKWANA
Research scholar
Devnagar 3, Nana Mava Main Road, Rajkot
407-410
ASSESSING THE ROLE OF EXTENSIVE READING IN DEVELOPING SPEAKING SKILL OF GRADUATING STUDENTS OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE: WOLAITA SODO UNIVERSITY IN FOCUS
AMAN TIRKASO
PhD Scholar at Andhra University & Former Lecturer at Wachemo University, Hosanna, Ethiopia
411-421
DISCOVERING THE SELF AND THE SOCIETY THROUGH PERSONAL TRAGEDY: THE HERO’S WALK BY ANITA RAU BADAMI – A STUDY
G.HEMALATHA1, Dr.S.K.PUSHPALATHA2
1Part Time Ph.D Research Scholar, Assistant Professor & Department of English, Dr.N.G.P.Arts and Science College, Coimbatore
2Associate Professor, PG & Research Department of English, Government Arts College, Coimbatore
422-427
COLONIALISM AND FEMINISM IN J. M. COETZEE’S FOE: ISSUES OF REPRESENTATION THROUGH “VOICE” AND “SILENCE”
SEEMA MADHOK
Assistant Professor, English & Research Scholar
Uttarakhand Technical University, Dehradun, India
428-437
MALALA MOVEMENT: IMPACT ON INDIAN GIRL’S EDUCATION
SWALEHA M. ATTAR
Ph.D Research Scholar
English Dept., Dr. J. J. Magdum College of Engineering, Jaysingpur
438-441
ANTI-WAR SENTIMENTS IN ANDHA YUG
VISHNU RAM
Research Scholar, Dept. English & Foreign Languages, MDU, Rohtak, Haryana, India.
442-448
TRANSCENDING TIME TO ACHIEVE A SENSE OF ETERNITY IN TS ELIOT’S POEMS
JIJINA MAHAJAN
Assistant Professor, English, B B K D A V College for women, Amritsar (Punjab)
449-451
FAILURES AND CHALLENGES OF DALIT LIBERATION IN POST-INDEPENDENT PERIOD AND PRESENT TIMES: A HISTORICAL AND POLITICAL OUTLOOK
SURYA SIMON
FIN03, Finch Darwin House, Darwin College, The University of Kent, Canterbury CT2 7NZ, United Kingdom
452-458
THE DEPICTION OF ‘CONFLICT’ IN ARUN JOSHI’S NOVEL THE FOREIGNER- BRIEF ANALYSES
Dr. B. ANUPAMA1, RAMU YARLAGADDA2, RADHA BONUMADDI3
1Associate Professor, English, Dept. S&H, Kallam Haranadha Reddy Institute of Technology, Chowdawaram, Guntur.
2Asst. Professor, KKR&KSR Institute of technology and sciences,Guntur
3Asst. Professor, Chirala Engineering College,Chirala, Prakasam Dist.
459-465
CRIME LITERATURE
A GENRE IN INDIAN SUB-CONTINENT & IBN-E-SAFI
MUHAMMAD YASEEN1, Dr.FATEH MUHAMMAD BURFAT2
1Lecturer: English Language, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
2 Head, Department of Criminology, Faculty of Arts; University of Karachi, Pakistan
466-470
TEACHING WRITING IN ESL/EFL CLASSES THROUGH JOURNALS
GAMEEL MAHMMOUD SAEED RAJIH
Research Scholar, Department of English,
Dr.Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University,
Aurangabad, India
471-474
AN AUTHENTIC POSTCOLONIAL NARRATIVE: AMITAV GHOSH’S THE GLASS PALACE
SK. KHAMAR JAHAN
Research Scholar, J N T U H, Hyderabad
475-479
RUSKIN BOND’S WRITINGS ATTUNED WITH THE WORLD OF FLORA
Dr. SUNITA BHOLA
Assistant Professor, Graphic Era University, Dehradun
480-485
MYTH AS A SYMBOLIC NARRATIVE: A STUDY OF THE SELECTED MYTHS OF MALABAR THEYYAM CULT
SHILPA M. CHANDRAN
Assistant Professor, Dept. of English
Amrita School of Arts and Sciences, Amritapuri,Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Amrita University, India
486-490
TEACHERS’ UNDERSTANDING OF SCHOOL-BASED ASSESSMENT USING THE STANDARD DOCUMENT FOR CURRICULUM AND ASSESSMENT (DSKP): AN EXPLORATORY STUDY
ANGELINE MOK EN KET1, NUR FILZA BINTI MOHD ZAINI2, NOR SYAZWANI BINTI3, MOHAMAD HALIL4, SITI SURAYA BINTI NORDIN5
1-5Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia
491-497
THE NARRATIVES OF WOMEN AND THE WRITING OF THE NATION IN ‘SO LONG A LETTER’ BY MARIAM BA
LOGAMURTHIE ATHIEMOOLAM
Associate Professor, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, Port Elizabeth, South Africa
498-504
THE BLACK IS BEAUTIFUL: A COMPARATIVE STUDY IN SELECTED NOVELS OF RICHARD WRIGHT AND TONI MORRISON
MUTAZ TARIK SHAKIR1, Dr. G. CHENNA REDDY2
1Research Scholar (PhD), Department of English, Acharya Nagarjuna University, Nagarjuna Nagar, AP, India
2Assistant Professor and Research Director, Department of English, Acharya Nagarjuna University, Nagarjuna Nagar, AP, India
505-511
VOCABULARY LEARNING STRATEGIES USED BY SUDANESE EFL LEARNERS AT UNIVERSITY LEVEL
Dr. ELBADRI ABBAS ELZUBIER
Assistant Professor of Applied Linguistics, ELT& Translation
Omdurman Islamic University - P.O. Box 382 - Sudan
Faculty of Arts
Department of English Language and Literature
512-524
APPLICATION OF LANGUAGE IN WOMEN REPRESENTATION IN POST-COLONIAL LITERATURE: ILLUSTRATING FROM THE GRASS IS SINGING
SHARMIN SULTANA
Assistant Professor in English & Coordinator,
English Language Institute, United International University,
Dhaka, Bangladesh
525-529
EXPECTATIONS OF THE STUDENTS OF PROFESSIONAL INSTITUTIONS FROM COMMUNICATION SKILLS COURSES W.R.T INSTITUTIONS IN DELHI-NCR
YUSUF MEHDI1, Dr RAKHI SAMEER2
1Ph.D Scholar at AIESR, Amity University, Noida
2Associate Professor, AIESR, Amity University, Noida
530-537
STYLISTICS IN NISSIM EZEKIEL’S CORPUS
Dr. VISHNU KUMAR SHARMA1, Dr MAHESH KUMAR SHARMA2
1Yagyavalkya Institute of Technology, Tonk Road, Sitapura, Jaipur, (Rajasthan)
2Govt. Sr. Sec. School. Jhilai, Tonk, Rajasthan
538-541
“SONG OF THE CAGED BIRD: THE INNER VOICE : FROM MAYA ANGELOU’S AUTOBIOGRAPHY I KNOW WHY THE CAGED BIRD SINGS
S.FARHAD
Assistant Professor, Sri Mittapalli College of Engineering
Guntur & Research Scholar (Ph.D)
Acharya Nagarjuna University
542-554
ALIENATION, ROOTLESSNESS AND CRISIS OF IDENTITY IN VS NAIPAUL’S HALF A LIFE
JUNTI BORUAH
Research Scholar, Department of EFL, Tezpur University, Tezpur, Assam
555-559
SOCIOLINGUISTIC EXPLORATION OF NIGERIANS’ POLITICAL WHATSAPP COMMUNITIES: A CASE STUDY OF PRESIDENT MUHAMMADU BUHARI SUPPORTERS’ GROUPS
ZUBAIRU MALAH1, ADAMU IDRIS2
1Department of English, Yobe State University (YSU), Damaturu, Nigeria
2Department of English and Literary Studies, Bayero University Kano (BUK), Nigeria
560-572
USE OF ICT’S IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNING: A STUDY
SIMHACHALAM THAMARANA
Senior Research Fellow in English, Department of English,
Andhra University, India
573-588
TYPES OF INTERACTION AND NATURE OF FEEDBACK IN A BLOG BASED ON A FANFICTION WRITING ENVIRONMENT
FATMA HARB*1, MARDZIAH HAYATI ABDULLAH2
1, 2Department of English Language,
Faculty of Modern Languages and Communication,
Universiti Putra Malaysia, 43400 UPM, Serdang, Selangor, Malaysia
589-601
PSEUDO-IMPERATIVES: THE SPECIAL CASE OF NATURAL LANGUAGE CONJUNCTION AND DISJUNCTION
INES SKELAC
PhD student, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Rijeka, Croatia
602-607

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