To what extent the muslim culture of the majority

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- To what extent the Muslim culture of the majority Muslim areas of the Indo-Pak subcontinent was affected under the British colonial period? Discuss.
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National Curriculum for Pakistan Culture 2010 — Instructional Strategies 16 Chapter VI: Globalization and Pakistani Culture Contents Student Learning Outcomes 1. Globalization – Concepts and Definitions Students will be able to: - What is meant by globalization? Discuss. 2. Agents of global change – Media, Communication, Science, Technology, Migration, etc. - What are the major agents of change with reference to globalization? - Modern Age is the age of Science and Technology. To what extent Pakistani culture is being affected by modern science and technology? Explain by giving certain examples. 3. Exposure of Pakistani Community towards globalization - What are the main factors for the lack of exposure towards globalization? Discuss. - Discuss the major impediments of cultural change. 4. Overseas Pakistanis - What cultural pattern is represented by the overseas Pakistanis especially in the Western countries? Discuss. - How Pakistanis are looked in the Middle East in terms of cultural Perspective? Discuss. 5. Co-operation with the international institutions - How Pakistan extends its cultural co-operation with the nternational institutions? Discuss. 6. Peace, tolerance and co-operation with other cultures - How Pakistani culture helps in the promotion of peace, tolerance and co-operation with other cultures in the neighboring countries? Discuss. 7. Promotion of Human Rights - To what extent the electronic and print media in Pakistan helps in the promotion of Human rights. - How Pakistani culture helps in the promotion of Human rights? Discuss. 8. Change and Continuity in Pakistani Culture - How the concept of change and Continuity can be applied on the Pakistani culture? Discuss.
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National Curriculum for Pakistan Culture 2010 — Instructional Strategies 17 Section 3 3 Instructional Strategies In most Pakistani classrooms teaching and learning follows what Freire (1970) calls “The banking concept of education” in which teachers “transmit” textbook facts to students who are expected to memorize and regurgitate these facts in examinations. This practice has become highly ingrained especially in higher classes and teachers feel that methods of lecture and recitation (teacher asks questions and student answers) are a good way of teaching the large number of students in their classrooms and assessing students ability to memorize textbook facts to ensure they do well in examinations. While it is important that teachers ensure students do well in examinations, it is also necessary that the education provided prepares students for life in a modern society, enhances students’ chances of receiving higher education and employability and develops their social consciousness so that they become agents of positive social change.
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