Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Innovative


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.

ALGORITHM FOR TREATING PATIENTS WITH TRAUMATIC SUBDURAL HEMATOMAS

Mansur Agzamov; Firuz Normurodov; Akbar Tilyakov; Farhod Mavlyanov; Shukhrat Ziyadullaev

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 1749-1759

The study aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of the algorithm we developed when
choosing the surgical treatment tactics of acute subdural hematoma of the brain. A
retrospective analysis of 82 patients hospitalized from 2018 to 2019 was carried out in the
neurosurgery department of the Samarkand branch of the Republican Scientific Center for
Emergency Medicine with acute subdural hematomas. Group 1 included 53 observations,
where osteoplastic and resection craniotomy were performed for removal of subdural
hematomas. Group 2 included 29 observations, where subdural hematomas were removed
using a new minimally invasive method. Based on the data obtained, the algorithm developed
and implemented by us allowed us to provide emergency medical care most effectively and get
positive results. This algorithm can be used with all age groups of patients, regardless of the
severity of the injury. The algorithm for choosing the treatment tactics for acute subdural
brain hematoma is available on all stationary computers in all medical institutions and is easy
to use. In combination with the clinical and neurological picture, the results of radiation
diagnostics studies, the algorithm we developed is an innovative method of providing qualified
emergency medical care and surgical intervention that meets modern requirements.