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WHAT ARE THE AREA IN NEED OF RESEARCH IN ENGLISH?

WHAT ARE THE AREA IN NEED OF RESEARCH IN ENGLISH?

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Dende
1 month ago
You can click on this link below to search research topics on English Language.
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mizta smart
1 month ago
(i) communicate effectively in both written
and spoken English; and
(ii) use the English Language for learning at
the tertiary level.
2. The syllabus consists of three sections:
SECTION A: Comprehension/Summary
SECTION B: Lexis and Structure, and
SECTION C: Oral Forms
A. Comprehension/Summary
Topics:
(a) description
(b) narration
(c) exposition
(d) argumentation/persuasion
(i) Each of the two passages to be set (one
will be a cloze test) should reflect various
disciplines and be about 200 words long.
(ii) Questions on the passages will test the
following:
(a) Comprehension of the whole or part of
each passage.
(b) Comprehension of words, phrases,
clauses, sentences, figures of speech and
idioms as used in the passages.
(c) Coherence and logical reasoning
(deductions, inferences, etc).
(d) “Sweet Sixteen” by Bolaji Abdullahi
(e) Synthesis of ideas from the passages.
NOTE:
By synthesis of ideas is meant the art of
combining distinct or separate pieces of
information to form a complete whole.
Objectives:
Candidates should be able to:
i. identify main points/topic sentences in
passages;
ii. determine implied meaning;
iii. identify the grammatical functions of
words, phrases, clauses and figurative/
idiomatic expressions;
iv. deduce or infer the writer's intentions
including mood, attitude to the subject
matter and opinion.
B. Lexis and Structure
Topics:
(a) synonyms
(b) antonyms
(c) homonyms
(d) clause and sentence patterns
(e) word classes and their functions
(f) mood, tense, aspect, number, agreement/
concord, degree (positive, comparative and
superlative) and question tags
(g) punctuation and spelling
(h) ordinary usage, figurative usage and
idiomatic usage are to be tested.
NOTE:
Idioms to be tested shall be those that are
formal and expressed in standard British
English.
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