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Saikia, Nirupoma Barik; Bordoloi, Ritimoni – Asian Journal of Distance Education, 2020
One of the main objectives of the Open and Distance Learning (ODL) System is to increase the participation of people in higher education and to accelerate the growth and development of a country. Today, the importance of education for women is realized worldwide because higher education for women is vital for the social, economic, political and…
Descriptors: Socioeconomic Background, Females, Womens Education, Open Universities
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Khuntia, Dillip Kumar; Barik, Prasanta Kumar – Shanlax International Journal of Education, 2019
Human beings came to the world along with ideas which got nurtured and transmitted from generation to generation. To upgrade the quality of life, he became educated through formal, informal and non-formal ways. The curriculum was structured formally at different levels of education, which is being upgraded and refined from time to time. Here in…
Descriptors: Models, Culturally Relevant Education, Teaching Methods, Moral Values
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Perera, Viranga; Mead, Chris; van der Hoeven Kraft, Katrien J.; Stanley, Sabine; Angappan, Regupathi; MacKenzie, Shannon; Barik, Ankit; Buxner, Sanlyn – Journal of Geoscience Education, 2021
The future viability of the geosciences is challenged, since as a community we continue to lack demographic diversity representative of the wider population. Fundamentally, dominant cultural, historical, and socioeconomic factors contribute to the lack of diversity and those factors typically change slowly over generations. Proposals for more…
Descriptors: Earth Science, Science Instruction, Emotional Response, Student Diversity
Barik, Henri C. – Lang Speech, 1969
Descriptors: Articulation (Speech), Auditory Perception, Language Research, Learning Theories
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Barik, Henri; Swain, Marrill – Language Learning, 1975
The school performance of pupils in grades K-2 of the French immersion program in operation in Ottawa public schools is evaluated in comparison with that of pupils in the regular English program. (Author/RM)
Descriptors: Bilingual Education, Bilingualism, FLES, French
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Barik, H. C. – Language Sciences, 1973
Based on an unpublished doctoral dissertation, Department of Psychology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1969. (RS)
Descriptors: Computational Linguistics, English, French, Interpreters
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Barik, Henri C. – Babel: International Journal of Translation, 1972
Exploratory study designed to provide a general overview of the simultaneous interpretation process. Based on an unpublished doctoral dissertation supported by a Public Health Service Research Grant from the National Institute of Mental Health. (VM)
Descriptors: Computer Science, Error Patterns, Experiments, Function Words
Barik, Henri; And Others – 1974
The results of the evaluation of the French immersion program at a school in a unilingual English environment are described. A battery of tests was administered to a random sample of children from the kindergarten and grade one experimental French immersion classes and to a comparison group composed of children following the regular English…
Descriptors: Arithmetic, Basic Skills, Bilingualism, Cognitive Processes
Barik, Henri C. – 1974
This paper summarizes the findings of an exploratory study concerned with certain temporal and qualitative aspects of simultaneous interpretation. Six French-English interpreters (2 professionals, 2 students and 2 amateurs) translated tape-recorded passages representing different types of materials from their weaker into their dominant language or…
Descriptors: Communication (Thought Transfer), English, French, Interpreters
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Barik, Henri C.; Swain, Merrill – Modern Language Journal, 1974
Presents findings of an evaluation of an English-French bilingual education program using partial instruction in the second language in St. Thomas, Ontario. The evaluation covers grades 1-3. The program operates in unilingual English environment. (RM)
Descriptors: Bilingual Education, FLES, French, Language Instruction
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Barik, Henri C.; Swain, Merrill – Modern Language Journal, 1976
This paper presents the results of an evaluation of a bilingual education program for English-speaking pupils, grades 1-4, in Ontario. It is a partial French immersion program, with instruction in French or English half of each day. Evaluative tests are described, and English and French language skills examined. (CHK)
Descriptors: Bilingual Education, Bilingual Schools, Elementary Education, English
Swain, Merrill; Barik, Henri C. – Orbit, 1973
Descriptors: Bilingual Education, Bilingualism, Child Development, French
Barik, Henri C.; Swain, Merrill – 1978
This paper presents the findings of the last completed evaluation of a partial immersion program in St. Thomas, Ontario, which involves the use of French as the medium of instruction for half the school day and English for the other half, beginning in Grade One. Unlike the previous evaluation, in the current one a Canadian-normed instrument was…
Descriptors: Basic Skills, Bilingual Education, Comparative Analysis, Elementary Education
Barik, Henri C.; Swain, Merrill – 1975
The school performance of pupils in grades 2-4 of the French immersion program in operation in the Ottawa-Carleton public schools is evaluated in comparison with the performance of those in the regular English program. The results indicate that by the end of grade 2, pupils in the immersion program show the same level of cognitive development as…
Descriptors: Bilingual Education, Elementary Education, English, French
Barik, Henri C.; Swain, Merrill – 1974
The school performance of pupils in grades 1-3 of the French immersion program in operation in Ottawa public schools is evaluated in comparison with that of pupils in the regular English program. The results indicate that by the end of grade 1 immersion program pupils taught reading in French are found to lag behind their peers in the regular…
Descriptors: Bilingual Education, English, French, Immersion Programs
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