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I am Md. Nurunnabi. You can call me Nurunnabi. I am form Bangladesh. I am a teacher educator and work in a renowned project namely ‘English in Action’ for six years which works for aiming to reach the slogan ‘Changing learning, changing lives’. I obtained MA (English Language) from National University, Bangladesh and completed Methodology for TESOL at the University of Maryland and studying the ‘Special Education in TEFL’ at the University of Oregon as well as the edX courses from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA and Harvard University, USA. I also did the virtual course ‘Emerging Practices on Development Evaluation’ and ‘National Evaluation Capacity Development for Country-led M&E Systems’ from the Eval Partners, UNICEF and IOCE. Besides, I did a diploma on ‘Hi-end-IT Technology’ from IDB-BISEW (Islamic Development Bank –Bangladesh Islamic Solidarity Educational Wakfaw). My special interests include L2 learner factors, TESOL methodology, assessment, special education in TEFL context and education management.

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Instructional Practices in Language Learning Process

Posted on December 30, 2013 at 7:41am 0 Comments

Instructional Practices in Language Learning Process

Second language instruction can be conceptualized as falling into two broad categories: meaning-focused instruction and form-focused instruction (Long,1996; Ellis, 2001). Meaning-focused instruction is characterized by communicative language teaching and involves no direct, explicit attention to language form. Form-focused instruction generally treats language as an object to be studied through discrete lessons targeting specific…

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