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Wednesday, 10 March 2021

Article for teacher and students


Article for teacher and student
2.2 How can textbook writing be wiped out preparing primary text? it's not enough to pick an individual supported public knowledge and assign him / her the task of writing a textbook. It requires tons of attention and care.

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Over the years variety of scholars and teachers are instructed to hold out systematic writing work for the textbooks with none quite staple within the textbooks which they're getting to acquire basic knowledge by studying.
3.1 Selection of authors, who should be selected as a really suitable person as a writer from the teaching co / teachers of that subject, for this within the context of the relevant subject (1) academic qualification, (3) subject knowledge, (3) teaching work experience, On the idea of temperament, (p) the experience of writing the literature of the professor, etc.,
the matter of quality should be at the middle rather than subjectivity within the choice of writers. 4.2 Training of writers. Intensive training in textbook clay mining is important for selected writers. so as to write down the text order during a simple and effective manner, some parts of the textbook writers' training like ,
(1) in-depth knowledge of the topic matter, (2) features of self-study and experiences to realize it, (3) presentation of thematic material Skills to try to to , (2) understanding of the composition of various sorts of assessment questions, etc. May be, 3.2 primary writing.


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