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All­-in­-one College and School Management Software

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The Five Pillars of Islam | Urdu Presentation | School Kids

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Parents | Teachers | Android App

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Grading and Comparing

Addition and Subtraction

Lessons in Islam - P2

Wudhu Colouring Workbook

100% Web Based

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Fastest Online Education ERP

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English| Phonics| Lets Study the Sound| Aa to Zz

Best Animation for Children to Learn the Iman

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Animals of the World | Basic Vocabulary Series

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Forest Animals | Basic Vocabulary Series

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Birds | Basic Vocabulary Series

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Enemies Of Islam || Sheikh Omar Elbanna ᴴᴰ

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Domestic Animals Vocabulary Series

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Best Urdu Moral Story For Kids

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24 Islamic Professions Toons

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Mila kar khana khana acha

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Imam Al-Ghazali’s views on children's education

Amongst the many Muslim scholars who wrote on the education of children, are Ibn Sina, Ibn Khaldun and Al-Ghazali. Here focus is placed on the latter.
Al-Ghazali, known in Europe as Algazel, is one of the most illustrious Muslim scholars, who wrote many works, and became renowned for his learning. In his thirties, he became the principal teacher at Madrasah Nizamiyyah of Baghdad, the most renowned institution of learning in eastern Islam (Cordova in the West). His ideas on education dominated Islamic educational thought for centuries after his death. Here, the focus is how he saw the education of the child and the role of the master. The sources for this brief account, other than the original source itself, are C. Bouamrane-L. Gardet; A. Tritton, and A. Tibawi. According to Al-Ghazali, "knowledge exists potentially in the human soul like the seed in the soil; by learning the potential becomes actual." The child, Al-Ghazali also wrote, "is a trust (placed by God) in the han…

My Friday Guide

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Time Energy and Resources

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What do EFL and ESL mean?

EFL is an abbreviation for "English as a Foreign Language". This is mainly used to talk about students (whose first language is not English) learning English while living in their own country. (For example, a Chinese person learning English in China.) 

ESL is an abbreviation for "English as a Second Language". This is mainly used to talk about foreign students learning English while living in an English-speaking country. (For example, a Chinese person learning English in Canada.) 

Other expressions that people use are ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) and EAL (English as an Additional Language). 

We also use the terms: 
TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language)
TESL (Teaching English as a Second Language).
TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages)If you want to know more about click on the link given below
https://www.englishclub.com/esl-forums/viewtopic.php?t=27300