Mohammad Ehsanul Islam Khan

Mohammad Ehsanul Islam Khan
Manarat International University · Department of English

MA in ELT
President, Hello-Teen Society

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Introduction
I address issues in ELT methodologies, applied linguistics and teacher-development in my scholarship. I am involved in writing and publishing research papers in peer-reviewed journals. Some of my papers have been appeared in Scopus journals also. I teach undergraduate and graduate courses and supervise MA theses at MIU. Besides, I am also working as an executive editor of two research journals.
Additional affiliations
September 2017 - August 2021
Manarat International University
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
Description
  • Research & Teaching
July 2016 - August 2017
Notre Dame College, Dhaka
Position
  • Lecturer
September 2014 - August 2016
Royal University of Dhaka
Position
  • Lecturer
Education
May 2014 - December 2015
Jahangirnagar University
Field of study
  • Applied Linguistics
January 2012 - December 2012
Manarat International University
Field of study
  • Literaure

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Publications (22)
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The present study investigated the probable sustainability and effectiveness of e-learning in English language teaching (ELT) to learners in an English as a foreign language (EFL) classroom. Since the beginning of technology, it has always influenced our lives, thinking, and learning areas. One significant model in today's world in education is E-L...
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This paper depicts the current panorama of virtual learning of the tribal students in Bangladesh with the constrictions and possible solutions. The study aimed to deal with the major issues about tribal students' online education by bringing out the key restraints of their distance learning and the possible solutions. The researchers followed a mix...
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This study intended to evaluate the English as Foreign Language (EFL) learner responses to online classes during the covid-19 pandemic. It focused on the learner's insights rather than the teachers' views because the purpose is how the large population deals with technology during this pandemic. Though teachers are the real fighters, they are in a...
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The paper endeavors to comprehend the liberal humanism of literature in respect of time and place. Poets, whether eastern or western, being the emotional class, present the natural, simple and ordinary things in some extraordinary manners with their literary intellect, linguistic genius, and philosophic depth. In every language, there is mourning f...
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This comprehensive study dealt with the existing traditional practices of English education at rural primary schools in Bangladesh. The researchers collected data from twenty-five assistant teachers of thirteen primary schools located in the rural areas of four different districts of Dhaka and Mymensingh divisions. These English teaching participan...
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The present comprehensive study dealt with the psychosocial perspectives of English as Foreign Language (EFL) teachers' academic activities or behaviors at the secondary level education in Bangladesh. Students are usually undernourished and very weak in English in the Bangladeshi EFL context, and no methods seem to improve the situation deploying a...
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Since communicating people is one of the first and foremost obstacles to autistic children, it is a basic need for them to get vigilant and appropriate nurture for language acquisition. Moreover, to develop the language skills of special children appropriately, it is essential to ensure effective language teaching. The primary objective of this stu...
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The study aims at finding out and explaining the constraints of using the internet to facilitate teaching and learning processes at the government and private polytechnic institutes in the technical and vocational education (TVE) context of Bangladesh. The use of the internet in teaching and learning, especially in the classrooms, workshops, and la...
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Since communicating people is one of the first and foremost obstacles to autistic children, it is a basic need for them to get vigilant and appropriate nurture for language acquisition. Moreover, to develop the language skills of special children appropriately, it is essential to ensure effective language teaching. The primary objective of this stu...
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The present comprehensive study represents the interconnections between personality and motivations in Second Language Acquisition (SLA). The two types of personality-'introvert' and 'extrovert' are considered to associate with the 'extrinsic' and 'intrinsic' motivations affecting the individuals' second language (L1) learning. The present qualitat...
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The present comprehensive study investigates the differences and uniqueness of the dialect of Bhairab, a prominent commercial area of Bangladesh located in Kishoregonj district in comparison with the Standard Bangla. Language usually varies after every particular distance throughout the world. Most often these variations and differentiations are fo...
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The current paper aims at finding out the attitude of Kazi Nazrul Islam and his treatment of religious elements in his poetic works in a vivid manner. Nazrul is the most famous writers of modern period in the Indian sub-continent. He is also the major Bengali poet of the first half of the twentieth Century Bengali literature. Religious themes are a...
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The assertion depicts the comparative existential attitude of Chinua Achebe and Wole Soyinka with reference to their major literary work Things Fall Apart and The Lion and The Jewel respectively. Achebe's influential novel Things Fall Apart represents a culture altering because British missionaries and ultimately British culture move into and chang...
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Ernest Hemingway's The Old Man and the Sea is a simple story on the surface, but in depth a tale with a deeper message and a relevance that transcends time and place. It speaks to the universal truths of a man's existence within this world, where pride, respect, tenacity, and dreams fuel a man in his quest to thrive in the face of professional stru...
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Effective writing is a very important sector for the English language learners. For the learners of Bangladesh context, it is much more significant because here the learners are generally evaluated through their writing skill. But it is an inevitable fact that in most of our English language classes the learners are engaged in activities like writi...
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The second of the four skills of English Language ‘speaking’ indisputably performs an enormous function in communication. Speaking two languages intensely shapes the brain and changes how the nervous system responds to sound. Developing a second language has both the advantages and difficulties. Though English is more imperative for the development...
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Baul Shamrat Shah Abdul Karim was a distinctive Bengali spiritual saint, mystic lyricist, song composer and a social reformer of modern era. His works and ideology have an immense influence on sub-continental music and culture especially in Bengali and Indian culture after almost two hundreds years of the period of great Lalon Shah. Most of his lyr...
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Abstract: In Bangladesh, English language learning and teaching have always been facing obstacles to bring out positive and effective results. To make a progressing change, recently our education system has adopted the Communicative Language Teaching (CLT) approach in the field of English Language Teaching (ELT) terminating the years-long practice...

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One of my papers have been accepted in an Scopus indexed journal. But in Scopus source, it is written Scopus Coverage from 1999-2018. Is it not in Scopus anymore? The journal shows that it is indexed in Scopus from 1999 to present.

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