Online ISSN: 2515-8260

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Teaching Vocabulary And Grammar Through Task Based Learning Activities

Mr Anup Denzil Veigas; Dr David Wilson

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 2, Pages 201-211

Grammar and vocabulary are two vital components that exist in English language. A good command on both of these would relatively make the use of the language better and attractive on the part of the listeners. But today students find it quite challenging to have an excellent hold or command in these areas of grammar and vocabulary and students often end up on a poor scoring scale either in the English subject or in competitive exams or in their professional careers. In order to have an experience and learn the problems faced by students on these two challenging areas an experimental study was conducted among degree students among a semi- urban college and after analysing the results,task-based learning activities were implemented for learning. The outcome and analysis from the teaching learning experience makes the source of this paper. The rapid development and progress among the students become the result of innovative teaching practices over traditional teaching and it shows the essentiality for implementing innovative teaching practices among language teachers. The outcome of the study showed a significant improvement in the performance of the students and also their receptiveness to activity-based learning method over the traditional method that was highly admired. The outcome of the TBL method can be seen through the post test scoring that has relatively improved the overall performance of the learners.

Utilization of Blockchain Technology in Online Learning

Fifilia .; Veronica .

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 10, Pages 2834-2839

The rise of online learning nowadays, encourages learning patterns have to move from face to face to the network. This trend has become one of the easy alternatives for many of the general public to be able to learn or conduct training based on online and in the end, they can get a certificate after participate into that online training. BINUS as one of the tertiary institutions that has implemented online learning and has a learning website to support it. But along with the convenience available, easy access to learning, online learning activities need to be recorded as well, for example: behavior of learners, activities including attendance, and quizzes need to be recorded to avoid fraud. Fraud in manipulating attendance, or in activities carried out on the learning page. One of the most popular technologies being discussed today is Blockchain, and its can be utilized to support a better learning system. Readiness in applying this technology will be measured using the Technology Readiness Index (TRI) method.

PROBLEMS ENCOUNTERED BY ARAB POPULATION IN ACQUISITION OF ENGLISH AS SECOND LANGUAGE

Harikumar Pallathadka; Laxmi Kirana Pallathadka

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 11, Pages 8278-8287

The art of communication through the gift of language is an exclusive prerogative of humans.
Language bestows people with the power to organizing, planning, shaping, and controlling
other human beings at various levels starting from child-parent interactions to propaganda on
radio and television advertising. Our societal participation requires us to recognize and reflect
the symbols and sounds that indicate our ideas and thoughts, which is crucial. There are
numerous languages in the world. Thus, human beings share their skills for harnessing the
creativity within them to enhance their living by invoking their ability to acquire several
languages. They strive to understand also the languages, which are unknown to them.
Neurological factors in language acquisition and retention play an essential role in learning
different languages. Language acquisition and retention exist in the Arab population as well.
The Arab people have observed an optimistic and rapid variation in the utilization of the
English language in their education and business. This adoption of the English language has
made them literate and empowered them. Problems are still prevailing among Arab learners,
as they struggle to comprehend English and have difficulties in expressing themselves through
English. They are acquiring other languages and retaining their usage in learning, as the
second language becomes strenuous due to lack of motivation. This research paper analyzes
and contextualizes the problems associated with understanding, learning and acquisition of
English as a second language, specifically among Arab learners.

Use Of Technology In English Literature Teaching

Harikumar Pallathadka

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 11, Pages 9006-9016

Digital technology marks a decisive move forward in modern English. Technology
facilitates teaching languages and studying languages. By enhancing the learning process,
technology allows teachers to develop their teaching. The technique continues to grow to
make it easier for teachers to learn a language for students. Teachers prefer software
teaching systems that can improve students' positive engagement with teachers and
encourage the learning of the entire English language. Most modern English teachers now
firmly support several techniques to promote optimal education. The present study explores
various aspects of English teaching technology by developing groundbreaking abstracts
that take advantage of the latest developments in science and technology and provide
technology to education providers to deliver subjects efficient and quality. A literature
review, a linguistic and traditional description of the technology, and a complete
relationship with existing teaching skills have been performed for this study. Thus, the
researcher describes the fundamental science issue and explains the importance and
implications of research objectives and hypotheses. The article concludes with a series of
recommendations to improve the teaching practices of emerging technology by promoting
widespread use

Students’ Perception on 3D Mock-Up Model Approached in Teaching and Learning of Construction Technology Course

Atikah Razali; Mimi Azura Ngatmin; Noorhasyimah Ismail; Tg Ainul Farha Tg Abdul Rahman

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 6, Pages 621-629

This paper aims to propose 3D Mock-up Model approach in teaching and learning construction technology course for quantity surveying students. Objectives of the study are to focus on perception of the students in terms of improving their visualisation, identifying construction components, improving students understanding, attention, and interest towards the implementation of 3D Mock-up Model in teaching and learning. Methods adopted in this study are distribution of questionnaire survey and observation of 64 numbers of diploma students in quantity surveying programme. Based on the findings, 3D Mock-up Model approached improves understanding of the students, make easier for students to identify construction components, improves the visualisation of students, grabs attention of the students and sparks the students’ interests. One of added advantages of the 3D Mock-up Model approach is to make easier for the students to do sketches. Thus, 3D Mock-up Model can be proposed as one of the alternatives in teaching and learning construction technology course.

Prevent dependence on active aging during COVID-19

Ma José Flores Tena

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 466-477

Active aging increases the expectation of healthy existence and quality of life for all people who age, including those who are fragile, physically incapacitated and require care (Salmerón et al., 2014). It is a stage full of positive experiences, with opportunities for participation and health, all aimed at improving the quality of life of the elderly (Flores-Tena, 2020).Research focuses on the goal to understand the causes and factors that influence the active aging process to prevent dependence on older people. The sample of the study wasmade up of 120 people. The conclusions of the study are part of society at this stage preventing dependence through programs that offer to promote active aging.

Students’ Perception On 3D Mock-Up Model Approached In Teaching And Learning Of Construction Technology Course

Atikah Razali; Mimi Azura Ngatmin; Noorhasyimah Ismail; Tg Ainul Farha Tg Abdul Rahman

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 8, Pages 589-597

This paper aims to propose 3D Mock-up Model approach in teaching and learning construction technology course for quantity surveying students. Objectives of the study are to focus on perception of the students in terms of improving their visualisation, identifying construction components, improving students understanding, attention, and interest towards the implementation of 3D Mock-up Model in teaching and learning. Methods adopted in this study are distribution of questionnaire survey and observation of 64 numbers of diploma students in quantity surveying programme. Based on the findings, 3D Mock-up Model approached improves understanding of the students, make easier for students to identify construction components, improves the visualisation of students, grabs attention of the students and sparks the students’ interests. One of added advantages of the 3D Mock-up Model approach is to make easier for the students to do sketches. Thus, 3D Mock-up Model can be proposed as one of the alternatives in teaching and learning construction technology course. 

ATTITUDE TOWARDS SOCIAL NETWORKS AMONG DIFFERENT AGE GROUPS - A QUESTIONNAIRE SURVEY

Moulishree .; Vishnu Priya; K. R. Don; R. Gayathri

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 2155-2172

Social networks are seen as a group of internet based technology. It provides a platform to share contents, interest and develop new skills and personalities in the virtual world . The definition for this depends from person to person. There are no boundaries to the use of social networks. The aim of the study is to determine the attitude towards social networks among different age groups. A well structured questionnaire enclosed with closed ended questions was prepared which was surveyed among 100 active participants . The data collected is analysed in SPSS software version 22 by descriptive analysis. The questionnaire is administered to the participants to online google forms link.There exists a positive attitude towards social networks among all age groups. Awareness on advantages and disadvantages of the social networks should be inculcated in the minds of the younger generation.