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Existentialism Flipped Learning 2016

Language Learners from Semester 3 of Post Graduate Department of English, #MKBU practiced #FlippedLearning in the Department, where learners were supposed to complete the literary #WebTasks of #Existentialism under the guidance of Prof. Dilip Barad Sir. Got a chance to take a stroll and saw students taking notes, selectioning comfortable learning environments, listening to and watching video resources, and selecting #Web2.0 platforms with preferable internet enabled devices of their choice such as either smartphones, laptops or personal computers. It offers such a noble learning atmosphere and Flipped Learning environment which creates an innovative mode of learning when a learner learns through #TaskBasedLangageTeaching#TBL and it's a modern way of #EnglishLanguageTeaching

Teacher's role is critical in Flipped learning because a teacher has to design a task which is so engaging, innovative and learner friendly. A praiseworthy work is being done by the teacher Prof…

Worksheet of Film Screening Robinson Crusoe (1997)

Students are requested to prepare a personal blog and share your bloglinks in the comment section of the blog so the records can be documented properly and your blogs can help the students in future too.

In English Department, MKBU First Semester Students screened the film adaptation Robinson Crusoe starring Pierce Brosnan as central character (Robinson Crusoe) after studying the text. This blog is designed to share the interpretations and findings of the students. After viewing the film there are few questions in my mind before asking the questions Let's face the facts.
About The Film
Author: Daniel Defoe (1616-1731) Genre: Novel Directors: (as Rodney K. Hardy),
Screen play: Christopher Lofton , Tracy Keenan Wynn, Christopher Canaan
Robinson Crusoe flees Britain on a ship after killing his friend over the love of Mary. A fierce ocean storm wrecks his ship and leaves him stranded by himself on an uncharted island. Left to fend for himself, Crusoe…