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Md. Enamul Hoque

Md. Enamul Hoque
Education and Development Research Council (EDRC) · Teachers Education and Reseach

M.A. (English), M.A (Education). M.Phil ( Applied Linguistics and ELT), Ph.D.( Doctor of Philosophy in Applied Linguistics and ELT), Post-doc (Educational Management)
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Introduction
Dr. Md. Enamul Hoque has long experience in curriculum and syllabus design. He is an M.A in Education, M.A. in English from Dhaka University. He has also obtained his M.Phil and PhD Degree in Applied Linguistics and ELT. He publishes research articles in the recognized journals in home and abroad. He presents papers in national and international conferences. Currently, he leads 03 International Journals registered with the ISSN Center.
Additional affiliations
June 2004 - July 2021
Independent Researcher
Independent Researcher
Position
  • Research Director
April 2004 - March 2017
Independent Researcher
Independent Researcher
Position
  • Research Director
April 2004 - April 2017
Education and Development Research Council (EDRC)
Position
  • Professor
Education
June 2005 - October 2011
Jahangirnagar University
Field of study
  • Applied Linguistics and ELT

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Publications (41)
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The EDRC Journal of Learning and Teaching (EJLT) published by Education and Development Research Council (EDRC) is an open access international journal embodying research papers, articles, book reviews and so forth rigorously peer-reviewed. The main objective of the EJLT is to provide a platform for the international scholars, academicians, practit...
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EDRC publishes a double-blind peer-reviewed Quarterly Journal titled The Postmethod Pedagogy especially for college and university teachers, trainers, researchers, instructional designers, e-learning developers, and practitioners.
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Behaviorism is a theory of learning that suggests learning occurs through teachers' rewards and punishments that lead to changes in behaviour. The objective of the study was to test the application of Thorndike and Skinner's Behaviourist Learning Theory (1974), particularly in storytelling learning. The issues studied in this research were the law...
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This paper aims at reflecting the recent development in Second Language (SL) learning through Chomsky"s principles and parameters in Universal Grammar, as many scholars have their opinions on Chomsky"s theory on universal grammar and have their comments on it. Universal Grammar (UG) proposed by Chomsky (1986) has gained a huge popularity in languag...
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The Journal of EFL Education and Research (JEFLER) published by Education and Development Research Council (EDRC) is an open access international journal embodying research papers, articles, book reviews and so forth rigorously peer-reviewed. The main objective of the JEFLER is to provide a platform for the international scholars, academicians, pra...
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This is a quote of Ben Franklin: "Tell me and I forget; teach me and I remember; involve me and I learn". Providing students the opportunity to lead in their classroom is a great way to develop a student-centered learning environment that fosters engagement, growth and empowers students to take ownership of the learning experience. Teachers can lec...
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The EDRC Journal of Learning and Teaching (EJLT) published by Education and Development Research Council (EDRC) is an open access international journal embodying research papers, articles, book reviews and so forth rigorously peer-reviewed. The main objective of the EJLT is to provide a platform for the international scholars, academicians, practit...
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Postmethod pedagogy is first put forwarded by Kumaravadivelu in 1994. It emerged in responding the demand for a most effective way of teaching English free from the method-based limitations. Kumaravadivelu considers the postmethod pedagogy as a three dimensional system with three pedagogic parameters: particularity, practicality, and possibility; a...
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This paper aims at reflecting the recent development in Second Language (SL) learning through Chomsky's principles and parameters in Universal Grammar, as many scholars have their opinions on Chomsky's theory on universal grammar and have their comments on it. Universal Grammar (UG) proposed by Chomsky (1986) has gained a huge popularity in languag...
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The present study aimed to investigate how different YouTube videos would develop English listening skills of the students at the secondary level in Bangladesh. The study was conducted in the mixed-method approach. The study employed in-depth interviews, a pre-test a post-test, and a questionnaire survey to collect relevant data. The participants o...
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The present study aimed to investigate how different YouTube videos would develop English listening skills of the students at the secondary level in Bangladesh. The study was conducted in the mixed-method approach. The study employed in-depth interviews, a pre-test a post-test, and a questionnaire survey to collect relevant data. The participants o...
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The proverb goes saying- “Better late than never”. Delayed exam is better than “No Exam at all”. The examinations either annual or public are being cancelled one after another. But, examination should have been conducted either it is limited scale or in comprehensive format. It may be held online or offline, oral or written. Exam may be held later...
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The study aimed at exploring the teacher’s techniques in teaching vocabulary at the secondary level in Bangladesh. The study was conducted in the mixed-method research approach. It employed case studies, classroom observation, and a teacher questionnaire to gather data. The study revealed that ineffective teaching techniques influence learners’ voc...
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Teachers’ beliefs and professional statements are thought to have a profound influence on their classroom practices. Teachers tend to implement classroom practices that reflect their philosophical beliefs. The objective of the study was to explore the gaps between statements and classroom practices of teachers in teaching English as a Foreign Langu...
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There is an in-depth relation between testing, teaching, and learning. Test objectives determine the teaching objectives. Testing strongly influences the classroom activities. The key objectives of the study were to examine classroom teaching as a phenomenon relating to those areas that were most likely to be directly affected by the HSC examinatio...
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Linguistics is a young academic discipline, when compared to, say, philosophy or history. For example, the first linguistics department in the UK was founded in 1944. However, there are historical antecedents in the study of language dating back at least to classical antiquity and ancient India. Two of the most important ancestors of modern linguis...
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Volume 4 Issues 2 (Print Version) Date of Publication: 30 March 2019 Dear Colleagues/Researchers, Education and Development Research Council (EDRC) is a government affiliated research organization established in 2004. EDRC publishes a number of international journals both in print and online versions. Currently EDRC invites original and unpublish...
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Abstract The study aimed at exploring the teacher’s techniques in teaching vocabulary at the secondary level in Bangladesh. The study was conducted in the mixed-method research approach. It employed case studies, classroom observation, and a teacher questionnaire to gather data. The study revealed that ineffective teaching techniques influence lear...
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Now-a-days, people talk about the creativity, creative teaching, creative learning, creative evaluation, etc. Though those skills are incredibly important, memorization can still play a critical role in learning and brain development. Informed educators are often quick to write off rote memorization as an unnecessary and even harmful exercise, inst...
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Researchers need to learn about different types of research used in their particular field of study. Whatever methods are used, there are many resources to support research, and any number of variations to the basic methods. Often the biggest challenge is often to get started, so establish research priorities early on, and create a plan to implemen...
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Language is the method of expressing ideas and emotions in the form of signs and symbols. These signs and symbols are used to encode and decode the information. There are many languages spoken in the world. The first language learned by a baby is his or her mother tongue. It is the language, which he or she listens to from his or her birth. Any oth...
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The domains of learning can be categorized as cognitive domain (knowledge), psychomotor domain (skills) and affective domain (attitudes). This categorization is best explained by the Taxonomy of Learning Domains formulated by a group of researchers led by Benjamin Bloom along with in 1956. The domains of learning were first developed and described...
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Effective interactions between teachers and students are essential for promoting success in EFL education pedagogy. The communicative approach in EFL education has generated a concern for the development of communication in the foreign language classroom within which the promotion of oral interaction is usually paramount. The study sought to assess...
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Teachers' beliefs and professional statements are thought to have a profound influence on their classroom practices. Teachers tend to implement classroom practices that reflect their philosophical beliefs. The objective of the study was to explore the gaps between statements and classroom practices of teachers in teaching English as a Foreign Langu...
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Morphology is the study of the structure of words. Morpheme is a minimal unit of meaning or grammatical function. For example, the word reopened consists of three morphemes. One minimal unit of meaning is open, another minimal unit of meaning is re- (meaning ‘again’), and a minimal unit of grammatical function is -ed (indicating past tense).
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TEACHING APPROACH It is a set of principles, beliefs, or ideas about the nature of learning which is translated into the classroom.An approach is a way of looking at teaching and learning. Underlying any language teaching approach is a theoretical view of what language is, and of how it can be learnt. An approach gives rise to methods, the way of t...
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There is an in-depth relation between testing, teaching, and learning. Test objectives determine the teaching objectives. Testing strongly influences the classroom activities. The key objectives of the study were to examine classroom teaching as a phenomenon relating to those areas that were most likely to be directly affected by the HSC examinatio...
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Linguists have identified five basic components (phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, and pragmatics) found across languages. Readers are encouraged to explore the literature in the field of language development to better understand and appreciate the oral language skills students may bring to the reading process. Phonology The study of spee...
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ABSTRACT The way in which public examinations influence teaching and learning is commonly described as washback in applied linguistics. Washback influences a variety of teaching and learning areas directly and indirectly, either positively or negatively, or both. The key objectives of the study were to examine washback as a phenomenon relating to t...
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This presentation outlines the relationship between types of linguistic units. Speech sounds make up phonemes, which make up words. Words make up sentences, which have literal meanings and contextual meanings.
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Explicit teaching is an instructional strategy used by teachers to meet the needs of their students and engage them in unambiguous, clearly articulated teaching. By explicit instruction, we mean teaching where the instructor clearly outlines what the learning goals are for the student, and offers clear, unambiguous explanations of the skills and in...
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Explicit or direct instruction is a systematic method of teaching with emphasis on proceeding in small steps, checking for student understanding, and achieving active and successful participation by all students. The purpose of this paper is to describe the tenets of explicit instruction, an important instructional approach to ensure the success of...
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The role of English language as a lingua franca makes it a unique language in the world. This distinctiveness does not only refer to the language itself, but also to the ways it is taught as a foreign language. Learning a foreign language takes place step by step in which a number of factors play a direct role. This study intends to shed light on t...
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More than most other professions, the task of teaching a foreign requires people who possess a particular set of qualities. Human progress is possible only through education. Without imagination, education becomes a kind of intellectual recycling of the same knowledge passed from teacher to student and back to teacher on the test. Education should...
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Abstract The role of English language as a lingua franca makes it a unique language in the world. This distinctiveness does not only refer to the language itself, but also to the ways it is taught as a foreign language. Learning a foreign language takes place step by step in which a number of factors play a direct role. This study intends to shed l...
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Language teaching has historically alternated between scholarly and pragmatic approaches. This article describes the role of literature in EFL classes. Language, as we know, is a tool for communication. Learning a foreign language is more than memorizing all of the grammatical structures that are possible in a language. A vast majority of the peopl...
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The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires " (William Arthur Ward). A curriculum is a vital part of English as a Foreign Language (EFL) classes. It provides a focus for the class and sets goals for the students throughout their study. It is important for every individual Engl...
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In order to enhance instruction for foreign languages, it is important to consider a variety of options in designing technology. Furthermore, it is crucial to understand different learning issues, theories of language acquisition, methodologies in foreign language teaching, and questions when designing instruction for foreign language learning via...
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In order to enhance instruction for foreign languages, it is important to consider a variety of options in designing technology. Furthermore, it is crucial to understand different learning issues, theories of language acquisition, methodologies in foreign language teaching, and questions when designing instruction for foreign language learning via...

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Aims and scope Post-method Pedagogy: An International Journal brings together emergent and groundbreaking work on all aspects of pedagogy in response to transforming communities and student bodies, new knowledge and forms of communication. Most importantly, the journal provides a space for discussions on how educators might address these issues and improve teaching and learning in formal and informal settings in the present global context. Articles range from analyses, discussions, debates, reviews and studies of the most tenacious and perennial educational issues--such as teaching to diversity and the persistent educational marginalization of specific communities--to those focusing on innovative engagements with new technologies and new forms of identity, new repertoires of teacher practice, and preparation of students for emergent forms of civic, workplace, and community life. The journal welcomes submissions in any content area or discipline. While we prioritize empirical work, purely theoretical manuscripts will also be considered. We would welcome manuscripts on: • Adult Education and Lifelong Learning • Classroom Practice • Instructional Strategies • Continuing Professional Development • Teachers & Teacher Education • Teaching & Learning • Early childhood education • Informal education • Higher education • Special education Peer Review Integrity All submitted manuscripts are subject to initial appraisal by the Editors, and, if found suitable for further consideration, to peer review by independent, anonymous expert referees. All peer review is double-blind and submission is online via email.