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International Journal Of English and Studies (IJOES )
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ENHANCING STUDENTS’ ENGAGEMENT IN LEARNING THROUGH YOUTUBEBASED INSTRUCTION

The rapid development of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) has sparked the creative incorporation of social media into current pedagogical applications and processes. This study explored the effect of YouTube as a learning tool on students’ engagements in the classroom. This study used qualitative approach and data were collected using observation checklist and pre-post semi-structured interviews among 20 Libyan secondary school students in Malaysia…

GHAZAL: JOURNEY FROM PERSIAN TO ENGLISH

It is an informative paper on the construct, form, and expansion of Ghazal as a poetic form. The origin of the word ‘Ghazal' goes back to the Arabic word ‘Ghazal' meaning ‘deer' in English. The reference finds roots to the act of hunting a deer. When a hunter shoots a deer in a moonlit night in the Arabian desert, the deer getting pierced with the arrow, runs around helplessly in search of water. In this state, the throat makes the sound like "gaz - gaz"…

REFERENCES OF ROMANI PEOPLE IN SELECT CULTURAL TEXTS FROM THE DIALECTS OF HINDI

The Roma people are facing many patterns of socio-cultural exclusions. There are reports that the members of other communities badly treat them. There is a need to know more about the Roma population across the globe. The reference of Romani people is sporadically seen in India popular culture, especially in folklore. The present paper is informative in nature and shows two Indian cultural texts offering the references of Roma people in the territories of India. These Indian tales on Roma people are inclusive in nature and stand quite significant as far as the linkage of Roma with India is concerned…


A STUDY OF THE IMPACT OF BUSINESS ENGLISH ON MANAGEMENT STUDENTS

English language has been recognized for its global reach and hence has become the language for international business. Technological advances have expanded the horizons of international relations. But still, there are many business professionals who are excellent in their technical skills but fail to achieve professional success because they lack the basic communication skills in the English language. Organizations suffer when they are filled with employees who miscommunicate owing to their lack of competency in English…