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Information Technology and Water supply in Kinondoni municipal

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Information Technology The census report of 2012 shows that Kinondoni municipal in some extent is well connected with information services. The report of 2012 shows that Kinondoni district is growing in terms of information technology when you compare it with other district found in Tanzania. For example various communication networks has been established in various […]

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Tyler Objective Curriculum Evaluation Model

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EVOLUTION OF THE MODEL Tyler developed this educational model because he felt that educational programs lacked clearly defined goals and objectives for the purpose of measuring student achievement in the course. Ralph Tyler interpreted  that the vast majority of educational curriculum was defined by a sense of inflexibility and restriction, rather than goal-oriented and directed […]

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How teachers lose their position in teaching and learning process under the current revolution in education technology

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Education technology, according to philosophy of education on encyclopedia of 1996 may be placed into three categories, Substantive technology which is at the helm of human affairs either good or ill and work to liberate or enslave humanity, instrumentalism technology that deals with tools and techniques as objects for animation of human purpose to give […]

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The forces gave rise to the set of events generally referred to as “ Mfecane” in the history of southern Africa

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A word Mfecane has been understood by the societies of southern Africa in different ways including, in the Zulu Kingdom, they call “Mfecane” meaning crushing in English, in Sotho referred as Difaqane or “lifacaqane” meaning scattering or hammering or forced migration, while in Nguni they mean destroyed in total war. Mfecane is a radical political […]

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Different between Drama, Play and Theatre

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Drama is the prose or verse composition especially one telling a serious story that is intended for representation by actors in personalizing the characters and performing the dialogue and actions. Also drama has been defined by several scholars as follows. According to Aristotle, Drama is an act of imitating life. Aristotle sees that human are […]

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The role of psychology in curriculum implementation and evaluation process.

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Psychology is a science of behaviour or a scientific study of the behavioural activities and experiences. The main emphasis is on the term ‘behaviour’ whose scientific study or investigation is clearly aimed trough the theoretical and practical activities to be organized under psychology. Mangal (2011:3) Curriculum is asset of planned activities that has to be […]

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Psychoanalytical criticism in The Jumping Monkey Hill, by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

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Sigmund Freud is the author of the structural model of personality. In this theory Freud explain that each person’s personality is formed of three parts: The ego, the superego and the Id. Therefore psychoanalysis is the process of using what we know about these three parts of someone’s personality to analyze the ways that person […]

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The growth of the diamond industry in South Africa

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After the discovery of diamonds people from all over Southern Africa and many other parts of the world flocked to Griqualand West. Almost overnight this gave rise to the town of Kimberley and a very powerful diamond-mining industry. Transcript from the radio programme Diamond Fever: In chemistry the diamond is made from pure carbon, one […]

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Compare and contrast between curriculum goals and objectives as applied in teaching and learning process

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The term Curriculum is normally used to refer in the broadest sense to what is learned in a particular course or program, it covers both learning that is planned and Intended and learning that is unplanned and incidental (Sharma,2009:164). Also, George, J. Posner (1992:5) defined curriculum as the “content, standards or objectives for which school […]

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Theories which explain the classification of people of West Africa.

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Geography is the study of the earth in all of its variety. Geography concerns the earth’s land, water and plant and animal life. It also tells us about the people who live on the earth, the place they have created and how these places differ. A study of geography can help us see why the […]

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