Teaching Of Urdu

Glossary of Teaching of urdu


COMPILED BY :Prof. Showkat Afza
Analysis
Detailed examination of something especially by breaking it up into the parts of which it is made up e.g, sentence.
Approach
The act of coming near, an attempt to obtain or attract a person's helped or interest.
Biliungual
able to speak in two languages with the facility of a native speaker.
Communication
Act or means of conveying information.
Comprehensive
Which includes many things.
Concept
Idea or theory which can be explained further.
Consonants
Is a speech sound that is articulated with complete or partial clone of the vocal tract.
Contribution
Act of contributing or    something contributed.
Criteria
Standard used or referred to in judging something.
Criteria
Standard used or referred to in judging something.
Curriculum
A course, especially of study at school or university.
Defects
A flaw.
Description
Act of describing.
Development
Act or process of developing, growth, progress. Significant consequence or event.
Dialect
A way of speaking found only in a certain area or among a certain group or class of people.
Direct Method
A technique of foreign language teaching in which only the target language is used little language is given concerning formal rules of grammar and language use is often elicited in situational contexts.
Effective
Having power to produce or producing a desired result.
Elementary
Very simple not advanced.
Error
Mistake or a state of being mistaken.
Grammar
Rules for forming words and for combining words to form sentences.
Methodology
The analysis of the principles of methods, rules and postulates employed by a discipline.
Motivation
The act or instance of motivating.
Novels
It is a sound in spoken language such as English pronounced with an open vocal tract (i.e., no constriction in the vocal tracts.
Objective
A thing aimed at or to achieve a final set of actions.
Origin
Something from which anything arises or is derived, source.
Poetry
A form of literary art in which language is used for its aesthetic and evocative qualities in addition to poetry may be written independently or as discrete poems.
Presentation
Act of presenting or state of being presented.
Problem
Any question or matter involving doubt, uncertainty or difficulty. A question proposed for solution or discussion.
Pronunciation
Refers to the way a word or a language is spoken or the manner in which someone offers a word. If one is said to have "correct pronunciation" then it refers both within a particular DIALET.
Prose
writing characterized by balance and antithesis and allitenation and extended similes with and allusions to nature and mythology.
Quality
An essential or distinctive characteristic, property or attribute.
Remedial Teachings
Teaching intended to put right to correct or cure.
Rhyme
A short poem or A word which is like another in its final sounds.
Role
A part played by a person in some activity.
Simile
A form of expression like or as in which one thing is compared to another which it only resembles in one or a small number of ways.
Skill
A skill is the learned capacity to carry out pre-determined remap often with the minimum outlay of time, energy or both.
Stress
The worry experienced by a person in particular circumstances or the static of anxiety caused by this.
Structure
A way in which something is arranged or organized.
Summary
A brief account of giving main points of something. A shortened form of a statement, story etc giving only the main points.
Syntax
The rules for the correct arrangement of words in a sentence or A systematic statement of the rules governing the properly formed formulas of a logical.
Translation
The rendering of something into another language or into one's own from another language. The state of being translated.

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