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World Pass Upper-Intermediate Workbook PDF. Vothea Nov. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 Authors: Susan Stempleski; James R. Morgan; Nancy Douglas; Kristin L. Johannsen; Andy Curtis. To help students expand their fluency, World Pass focuses on dynamic vocabulary building, essential grammar, and stimulating listening, speaking, reading, and writing activities that. World Link 1 Workbook. Uploaded by. Le Duong. American Headway 3 - Student tvnovellas.info Uploaded by. Hilde Reis Junior. Focus on Grammar 3 Intermediate.
Social Studies including Citizenship , Geography , History , Economics , Sociology , Tourism and sometimes elements of law, politics and PHSE Most schools also offer drama studies , music and physical education but these are usually not examined or marked. Home economics is sometimes taught to female students, whereas topics related to astronomy , environmental management and psychology are frequently included in textbooks of general science. Sometimes archaeology and anthropology are extensively taught in textbooks of social studies. SRE is not taught at most schools in Pakistan although this trend is being rebuked by some urban schools. Provincial and regional languages such as Punjabi , Sindhi , Pashto and others may be taught in their respective provinces, particularly in language-medium schools. Some institutes give instruction in foreign languages such as Turkish , Arabic , Persian , French and Chinese.
Alternative qualifications in Pakistan are available but are maintained by other examination boards instead of BISE. This replaces the secondary school education as 'High School Education' instead. Another type of education in Pakistan is called "Technical Education" and combines technical and vocational education. The vocational curriculum starts at grade 5 and ends with grade DAE is a three years program of instructions which is equivalent to 12th grade.
Diploma holders are called associate engineers. They can either join their respective field or take admission in B. Tertiary education[ edit ] The University of the Punjab , established in Lahore, is the oldest university of Pakistan. D and nursing BSc Nursing. These courses require four or five years of study. There are two types of Bachelor courses in Pakistan: Pass or Honors.
Pass degree requires two years of study and students normally read three optional subjects such as Chemistry or Economics in addition to almost equal number of compulsory subjects such as English , islamiyat and Pakistan Studies.
Honours degree requires four years of study, and students normally specialize in a chosen field of study, such as Biochemistry BSc Hons.
Pass Bachelors is now slowly being phased out for Honours throughout the country. Quaternary education[ edit ] Most of Master's degree programs require two years education. Master of Philosophy MPhil is available in most of the subjects and can be undertaken after doing Masters in some cases it may be pursued right after Bachelors.
Doctor of Philosophy PhD education is available in selected areas and is usually pursued after earning a MPhil degree. Students pursuing MPhil or PhD degrees must choose a specific field and a university that is doing research work in that field.
MPhil and PhD education in Pakistan requires a minimum of two years of study. Nonformal and informal education[ edit ] Out of the formal system, the public sectors runs numerous schools and training centres, most being vocational-oriented. Among those institutions can be found vocational schools, technical training centres and agriculture and vocational training centres. An apprenticeship system is also framed by the state of Pakistan.
See also: Women's education in Pakistan In Pakistan, gender discrimination in education occurs among the poorest households but is non-existent among rich households. However, in recent years some progress has been made in trying to fix this problem.
It reached to 0. For the middle level of education it was 0. In both cases the gender disparity is decreased but relatively more rapidly at middle level. At the college level it was 0. The gender disparity has decreased comparatively rapidly at secondary school. According to UNESCO figures, primary school enrollment for girls stand at 60 per cent as compared to 84 percent for boys.
The secondary school enrollment rate stands at a lower rate of 32 percent for females and 46 per cent males. Regular school attendance for female students is estimated at 41 per cent while that for male students is 50 per cent.
In , the issue of women doctors in Pakistan was highlighted in local and international media. Qualitative dimension[ edit ] In Pakistan, the quality of education has a declining trend.
Shortage of teachers and poorly equipped laboratories have resulted in the out-dated curriculum that has little relevance to present day needs. Atta-ur-Rahman, founding Chairman of HEC, has received number of prestigious international awards for the remarkable transformation of the higher education sector under his leadership. World Pass Upper Intermediate: Expanding English Fluency Back to series.
Language s: American English Level s: High-intermediate , C1 Authors: New to this Edition. Companion Site. Susan Stempleski is the World Link series editor, teacher trainer, and noted author of several texts on teaching with film and video. James R. He has taught English in Japan and worked as an in-house development editor for a major ELT publisher. Since , he has been a freelance writer and editor of English language learning materials, specializing in grammar and video.
He believes the way to unlock each student's potential is through materials that are current, engaging, and meaningful. When he is not working at his computer, he enjoys traveling and learning about other cultures. She has extensive experience working with students from around the world and has co-authored several courses, including the best-selling series World Link and Reading Explorer. She has also edited print and Web-based materials for English language learners as well as professional development courses for teachers.
Kristin L. She has presented her ideas on global issues at multiple conferences around the world and was a published author. Andy Curtis received his M. From to , Dr. Over the last 20 years, Dr Curtis has worked with and presented to approximately 25, teachers in 30 different countries and territories, and he has published more than books, chapters, and academic papers.
Unit 1. What's the Story? Unit 2. Unit 3. Units Unit 4. Make an Impact. Unit 5.
Believe It or Not. Unit 6. Today's Workplace. Unit 7. Does Crime Pay?
Unit 8. Big Spender?