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  • Open Access | Article 2023-12-22 Doi: 10.54254/2753-7102/4/2023035

    Research on the Development of Leisure Agriculture and Rural Tourism and Legal Regulation Issues under the Background of Rural Revitalization

    Since the implementation of the strategy for leisure agriculture and rural tourism, various regions in China have shown diverse development trends. Despite this, practical difficulties and legal issues persist. Particularly in the areas of administrative supervision, land transfer, contractual systems, and tort liability, existing laws and regulations still need further improvement for efficient and scientific regulatory management. To promote the healthy growth of rural tourism, the primary task is to strengthen regulatory agency construction and clarify the scope of powers and responsibilities to enhance government supervision. Additionally, the establishment of land transfer systems and clarification of property rights are essential legal measures to regulate land transfer. Furthermore, improving contractual systems and defining tort liability regulations can effectively address issues related to leisure agriculture and rural tourism contracts and tort actions. By studying the shortcomings of the current legal system and proposing solutions, the aim is to achieve robust development in China's rural economy and the implementation of rural revitalization.

  • Open Access | Article 2023-12-25 Doi: 10.54254/2753-7102/4/2023027

    Investigating Reading Comprehension and Its Problems: The Perceptions Of 3rd Year English Students, Quest, Pakistan

    This research study investigated reading comprehension and its problems. The perceptions of 3rd year English students were recorded. The main aim of this study was to find reading difficulties while reading. This study used survey questionnaire as quantitative method. On the whole 24 students of 3rd year participated in the research. The data was analyzed through Word Excel and presented in percentage. The study gave very valuable results. The findings indicated that students should read a lot and practice in classroom activities. Findings also suggested that students should get help from their teachers in classroom and they should apply reading strategies.

  • Open Access | Article 2023-12-25 Doi: 10.54254/2753-7102/4/2023024

    Women Victimization and Their Survivals: A Critical Analysis of Qaisra Shehraz Novel ‘The Holy Woman’

    This research delves into the nuanced portrayal of Muslim women's perspectives within an Islamic context, with a specific focus on the literary works of Pakistani-British author Qaisra Shahraz, particularly her novel 'The Holy Woman. This study seeks to unravel the multifaceted narratives that illuminate the lives and struggles of Muslim women. It critically examines existing scholarship on the representation of Muslim women in literature, highlighting the scarcity of research that foregrounds their perspectives and underscoring the significance of Shahraz's novel within this context. Employing a qualitative approach, the research delves into the distinctive traits and evolution of Shahraz's characters, situating the narrative within the broader cultural and historical milieu of Pakistan. Through a gender-focused lens, the study elucidates the intricate dynamics of power structures within the narrative, showcasing the agency and resistance of Muslim women in the face of patriarchal norms and societal pressures. This research enriches the literary landscape with diverse narratives and contributes to the discourse on women's rights and gender equality.

  • Open Access | Article 2023-12-25 Doi: 10.54254/2753-7102/4/2023023

    Students’ Perceptions Regarding the Role of ICT in Learning English: A Case Study

    In recent years, as the internet and technology have grown in popularity, the diversity of learning programs has moved and changed to meet new societal expectations. The development of communicative skills, on the other hand, involves social interaction between the teacher and the students; the use of technology has long been considered as a supplement to specific skill areas. The main goal of this study was to look into what are the student’s perceptions of the impact of ICT in their English language classes. Non-native speakers require English and ICT to participate in today's highly information world. This study was based on 50 undergraduate learners at Shaheed Benazir Button University, Shaheed Benazirabad, where the aim was to shed light on student’s perceptions about the influence of ICT in English language learning, effectiveness of ICT, impacts of ICT and different uses of ICT in effective language learning. The quantitative results from the questionnaire, which contains 15 closed-ended questions, revealed that technology-based teaching and learning are more effective than traditional classroom teaching and learning. This is because utilizing ICT tools and equipment will create a more engaging effective and active learning environment. Students learn more efficiently with the use of ICT because lesson designs are more engaging and fascinating, according to the survey results, the participants agreed that incorporating ICT can help students learn better.

  • Open Access | Article 2023-12-25 Doi: 10.54254/2753-7102/4/2023028

    Investigating Teaching Practices of English Language Teachers at English Department of Quest Nawabshah

    Most of the time, students who apply to language-learning courses do not succeed because of a variety of factors including ineffective teaching, a lack of motivation, a lack of practice sessions, and subpar training modules so, the teachers' methods of instruction are more crucial to develop the English language of the students. This study investigates English language teacher’s practices, challenges faced by ELT teachers and strategies they apply in the English language classroom at the Department of English QUEST Nawabshah. The data collected from students at English department of QUEST Nawabshah. The researchers selected a qualitative method to collect data where a questionnaire was used, Questionnaire (open-ended) which includes ten questions. Based on the findings, the study highlighted that English teachers face many obstacles, but the most common are students who are disappointed in the rough attitude of some teachers, so other teachers motivate them to appreciate their efforts, provide opportunities, teachers answer the questions from students to interact with students. The study concluded that teachers need to be trained at the University level to maintain social justice in the classroom for the learners’ effective learning outcomes.

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