My Favourite Sport

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Welcome to SSC Exam Time Table 2013 Section. Here you will find SSC Exam Time Table 2013, Dates, Notification, Schedule, SCC Maharashtra Board Exam Time Table March 2013.

SSC Time Table 2013:-
Date: 2 March 2013 (Saturday)
Paper: First Language (Marathi/Hindi/Urdu/Gujarati/Kannada/Tamil/Telgu/Malayalam/Sindhi/ Bengali/Punjabi)
Time: 11.00 am to 2.00 pm

Date: 5 March 2013 (Tuesday)
Paper: Second Language (Hindi / Hindi Composite)
Time: 11.00 am to 2.00 pm
Paper: Hindi Composite
Time: 11.00 am to 1.00 pm

Date: 7 March 2013 (Thursday)
Paper: English (First Language / Third Language)
Time: 11.00 am to 2.00 pm

Date: 9 March 2013 (Saturday)
Paper: English (Second or Third Language - Urdu/ Sanskrit / Pali / Ardhamagadhi /
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And nearly all learners enjoy playing games or want to have fun while studying regardless of their age or level. To play games students have to rely on themselves and cooperate among themselves. It is the principle of self-reliance, cooperation and joint learning that awakes and maintains students’ interest in the lesson. As interest is a main ingredient of motivation it can be concluded that games contribute much to providing motivation to students. And of course, once students are highly motivated, they will likely study better.

Most importantly, games give meaningful practice in any of the four skills at any level of ability or in any stage of the teaching process. It is true that a library search will yield a great number of games that have been designed for students at different levels from elementary to advanced. More over, these games are intended for the practice of the four skills, namely reading, speaking, listening and writing. In addition, games can be used at any stage in language teaching and learning as warm-up activities or activities aimed at accurate reproduction and controlled or free practice. Some well-known or commonly used books of games are Communication Games series compiled by Jill Hadfield for three different levels: elementary, intermediate and advanced; Reading Games and Writing Games, both by Charles and Jill Hadfield directed at intermediate to advanced learners

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