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Paradigm Definition & Examples from 601 Words

Paradigm definition and examples in real context

Paradigm definition and examples from the book 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam in authentic context with images and illustrations. Listen to any word in this real context and learn vocabulary in context. /ˈpær.ə.daɪm/ (noun) Paradigm definition a clear model or typical example of something, paragon, archetype, epitome, ideal, pattern, exemplar,…

Mindfulness | A Listening Practice Course

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Mindfulness | A Listening Practice Course Mindfulness | A Listening Practice Course Listen to this audio file. Questions about the Listening Track What is the serviceable definition of becoming mindful in life? How differently do you react if you happen to become mindful? How can you become more mindful? What type of paradigm shift has…

Attraction Law – A Virtual English Conversation Class

Attraction Law | A Virtual English Conversation Class Attraction Law | A Virtual English Conversation Class Relevant Audio / Video File Watch or listen to the following video/audio file in conjunction with the topic being discussed and try to answer the questions about it. Lecturer/Narrator/Presenter: Bob Proctor Questions about the video/audio file Why is the…

Communicative Language Teaching

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Communicative Language Teaching in the realm of second language learning and teaching Important points about communicative language teaching Communicative Language Teaching was established in the late 1970s and early 1980s in opposition to ‘cognitive code’ proposed by Chomsky in his theory ‘Generative Grammar, 1960’. Authenticity of language learning: All of the activities are on the…

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