Traditional and Modern Approaches in ESL Teaching at Different Levels in Pakistan

By Ameena Zafar.

Published by The Learner Collection

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The Case Study deals with the Quality of teaching at different levels in Pakistan and how it compares to international standards.

Keywords: Education in Pakistan

International Journal of Learning, Volume 13, Issue 7, pp.61-66. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 794.520KB).

Ameena Zafar

She has a master’s degree in English Literature and Language, and is a PhD Scholar in Education. She is presently a permanent faculty member and consultant at Muhammad Ali Jinnah University, Islamabad, Pakistan. She has an experience of teaching English for more than 15 years. She has been teaching the following courses to undergraduate and graduate ESL students from diverse disciplines: Research Methodology, Case Study Writing, Business report Writing, Technical Report Writing, Basic English, Advanced English, Business Communication, Verbal Communication, Business & Professional Speech Communication, Interpersonal & Communication Skill, English Literature I & II, Freshman English I & II, Modern and Classical Drama, and Modern Novel & Prose. Her venues of research are English Literature and Language, Education, Marketing, IT and Social Services. She has three conference papers and four International publications to her credit. Namely: ‘American English: Adaptability for ESL Students in Pakistan’, 22nd SPELT Conference 2006, Society of Pakistan English Language Teachers, Pakistan, (Conference paper/publication). ‘Modern and Traditional approaches in ESL Teaching in Pakistan’, 13th International Learning Conference 2006, Sam Sharpe Teachers College & Montego Bay Community College Jamaica: (Conference paper/publication). ‘Sales Strategies in the Telecom Industry’ and ‘Employee Turnover in NGOs’, ‘A Collection of Management Case Studies 2006’, Punjab College of Technical Education India. McGraw Hill Inc, (Publications). ‘Enterprise System Enhancing Competitive Advantage’, IBIMA 2005, The 5th International Business Information Management Association Conference, Egypt: (Conference paper, also being refereed for publication in their International Journal).


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