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A Day in the Life of an English Teacher

The fact that I am in Spring and have just returned from hiking in Al-Hira valley summarizes the reason why I chose to work in Asswani, a region south of Tripoli considered to be one of the best agricultural areas in Libya. Since I am from Zahra, the greenest city …

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Factors Affecting English Teaching and its Materials Preparation in Libya

By Faraj M Sawan Introduction This essay is concerned with the effects of the local constraints on materials preparation in Libya. The essay will be divided into five parts. Section (1) describes the situation of learning English in Libya in the past and the present. In section (2) the reasons …

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Methods and Criteria of Evaluation in CALL

1. Introduction One of the main reasons for evaluating language learning is to consider the validity of the content and method, the extent to which the methodology generates reliable results, and the practicality of the method for a given context and learners. Similarly, evaluation in the field of CALL (Computer Assisted Language Learning) …

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Autonomy: From Theory to Practice in the Libyan Context

1. Introduction In this paper the researcher explores some of the main concepts in the area of learner ‎autonomy and makes an attempt to implement them in the Libyan EFL context. After ‎explaining learner autonomy and the different levels of control involved in autonomous ‎learning, the researcher presents the reasons …

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Beliefs About Language Learning and Strategy Use: A Case Study of a Libyan Leaner

Introduction This study investigates the beliefs about language learning held by a male Libyan learner and his strategies use. The researcher is interested in finding out the types of strategies the learner uses and also the strategies which are used the most. A main focal point also is to explore …

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Ways and Techniques to Improve Reading

Introduction In this paper, I want to look at reading and some of the techniques and strategies used to develop this essential skill. Improving your reading skills will reduce unnecessary reading time and enable you to read in a more focused and selective manner. You will also be able to …

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MOTIVATION IN LANGUAGE LEARNING

Introduction Many believe motivation to learn is the key to successful language learning. However, if we take a look at research on motivation, it is hard to say what motivation is. This section begins with a brief introduction to the field followed by a discussion of the definitions of motivation. Various theories and models proposed …

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VIEWS ON LANGUAGE ACQUISITION

Language Acquisition

 A DIFFERENTIATED ANALYSIS 1.1 Introduction Although there are several theories of language acquisition, this work briefly explains only three of them. The theories discussed in this chapter are the behaviourist theory, the Chomskyan theory and the interactionist theory. This discussion has shown that each of the mentioned theories can be …

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Coleridge and his Works

Coleridge

Coleridge, Samuel Taylo (1772 – 1834) Coleridge is a British poet, born at Ottery St-Mary, Devon. Educated at Christ’s Hospital and Cambridge, he imbibed revolutionary ideas and left to enlist. His plans with Southey to find a communist society in the USA came to nothing, and he returned instead to teaching and journalism …

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The Romantic Poetry of Lake District

Lake District

The great outburst of romantic poetry began in 1798, when two young men, William Wordsworth and Samuel Taylor Coleridge, published a collection of poems, which they called “Lyrical Ballads”. It was a landmark in the history of English literature and had an enormous influence. For it was the first conscious protest against the ideals …

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Libya: From King Idris Until Now

Libya: From King Idris Until Now After the independence of Libya in 1951, without ineffective institutions left by the Ottmani and Italian colonies, the shaky Sanusi kingdom found itself governing a small poor population. With the discovery of oil, Libyans, out of a sudden, became rich. In 1969 Qaddafi and his fellow revolutionaries …

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