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Elicitation

Elicitation is a teaching approach where students are encouraged to actively participate in the learning process. The elicitation technique is primarily used by ESL teachers to improve the language proficiency of their students. Teachers place a strong emphasis on the value of student engagement in… Read More »Elicitation

ESL Full Form

ESL Full Form ESL full form is English as a Second Language. This program is for students whose native language is not English. ESL programs give students individualized attention so that the students can master the language in an effective manner. It involves lectures and… Read More »ESL Full Form

Ex Post Facto Research

An ex post facto research design is a particular method in which groups with qualities that already exist are put into comparison with some dependent variable. Ex post facto literally translates to ‘after the fact’. Ex post facto research design is considered to be quasi-experimental… Read More »Ex Post Facto Research

Explicit Memory

Explicit memory, also known as declarative memory, is one of the two main types of long-term human memory, the other one being implicit memory. Explicit memory can be defined as the conscious, intentional recollection of information, previous experiences, and concepts for definitive purposes. This type… Read More »Explicit Memory

Engineering Ethics

Engineering Ethics refers to the set of rules and guidelines that engineers must adhere to as a moral obligation to their profession and to the world. Engineering is a career that has a profound impact on lives. When engineering ethics is not followed, the result… Read More »Engineering Ethics

Etc Full Form

Etc Full Form  Etc Full Form is Et Cetera. Et Cetera, abbreviated to, etc., etc, et cet., ect, &c. or &c is a Latin expression that is used in English to describe the phrase “and so forth” or “and other similar things”. Translated directly from… Read More »Etc Full Form

Ethnography

Ethnography is a branch of anthropology that deals with the systematic study of individual cultures. It studies cultural phenomena from the POV of the subject of the study. It is also a type of social research involving examining the behavior of the participants in a… Read More »Ethnography

Education Background

Education background refers to the educational qualifications a person holds. It is the sum of all the academic qualifications a person has and/or will possess over the course of their life. A person’s education background is directly linked to their ease of finding a job… Read More »Education Background

ELL

An English Language Learner, often referred to by its more popular abbreviated form ELL, is a term used in English-speaking countries like Canada and the US to describe a person who is learning the English language but whose mother tongue is not English. Some educational… Read More »ELL

Etymology

Etymology is the study of the origin and evolution of language. It includes why words are used and how they have changed over time. It is a part of history but this relates to social studies as well. It can sometimes be used to determine… Read More »Etymology