Adventures in English Volume-I

Adventures in English-I

Adventures in English-I or Adventures in English Volume I is the book as well as a subject. It studied in course of BBA, BBA-BI, BBA-TT, BCIS, BHM, and BHCM first semester.

Adventures in English relates to the four levels of study. Where four levels are includes of story, essay, poem, drama, literate, etc.

As we have already included four levels of study. Four levels of study include literal comprehension, interpretation, critical thinking/ analysis, and last assimilation.

Short description of four levels parts as below:

1. Literal comprehension

Literal comprehension is the first step to write four levels. In this step, we have to write the main event of related text in short.

2. Interpretation

In this step, we have to write the main theme of the text. Or simply, what want to say the text.

3. Critical thinking/ analysis

In this step, we can raise questions either in positive or negative.

4. Assimilation

Assimilation is the last step to write four levels. In this step, we have to write what we understand from the text.

Why Go To University ? Four Levels

Why Go To University? Four levels

Why Go To University? Moti Nissani BBA|BBA-BI|BBA-TT|BHM|BHCM|BCIS|BBS Literal Comprehension Why go to university is an essay written by Moti Nissani. This essay describes the importance of University or higher education. In this essay, he has described by 10 points or paragraph. In the first paragraph, the writer has said education most obvious advantages concerns income …

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Curbing the One-Eyed Monster Four Levels

Curbing the One- Eyed Monster Fiona C. Jenkins (1947) Curbing= control, monster = TV BBA|BBA-BI|BBA-TT|BHM|BCIS|BHCM Literal comprehension Here in the story “Curbing The One-Eyed Monster” TV stands for one-eyed monster & it is written in the context of America. The writer shows the more negative impact of TV as well as some positive. According to the …

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Teaching in the Television Culture Four levels

Four levels of Teaching In The Television Culture

Teaching In The Television Culture Judith scot-smith Girgus and Cecelia Tichi BBA|BBA-BI|BBA-TT|BHM|BCIS|BHCM Literal comprehension In this essay “Teaching in the Television Culture” shows the conflict between writer Judith scot-smith Girgus and Cecelia Tichi & critics Marrie Winn’s & Neil Postman’s, etc. They critics emphasized towards only on print culture as well as TV makes people …

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