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Mr. Md. Ziaul Karim
Mr. Md. Ziaul Karim

Associate Professor Contact No : 01711192959
Department of Languages Email : ziaul007_karim@yahoo.com
Faculty of Agriculture
Research Interest:   1. Testing and Assessment 2. Syllabus Design & Materials Development 3. Using Technology in Education 4. Language Policy and Planning 5. English Language Teaching(ELT) 6. Teacher Training
Bachelor Of Arts    - 2003
Dhaka University
Master Of Arts     - 2004
Dhaka University
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• Participated in a day long workshop on Recent Practices in Teacher Development for ELT jointly organised by BELTA & the British Council at Brac Centre Inn, Mohakhali, Dhaka [Facilitator: Laxman Gnawali, Kathmandu University / NELTA] on December 27, 2010. • Participated in a two day “English as a Second Language (ESL) Teacher Training Programme” jointly organized by NAEM, BELTA and THT at the National Academy for Educational Management, Dhaka from 27 to 28 August, 2007.
Assistant Professor
23 Feb, 2013 - 01 Jan, 1970
Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh-2202
13 Jan, 2007 - 20 Feb, 2011
Presidency University, House # 11/A, Road #92, Gulshan-2, Dhaka-1212
22 Feb, 2011 - 21 Feb, 2013
Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh-2202
05 Nov, 2006 - 30 Dec, 2006
BRAC University 73 Mohakhali Dhaka
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i. Karim, M. Z. & Jamila, M. (2018) CALL to MALL: Shifting Paradigm in Bangladeshi Universities, published in the Journal of the Journal of English Language and Literature (JELL), Volume 9, Number -1

ii. Jamila, M. & Karim, M. Z. (2018) Language Learners’ Insights on an ELT Teacher’s Responsibilities: A Case Study at Bangladesh Agricultural University, published in Scholar’s Bulletin

iii. Khan, S. A., Sarker, M. A. Momen & Karim, M. Z. (2016) Sharing Personal Experiences in the ESL/EFL Classroom:a Pedagogical Strategy for Learning with Humor, published in International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Development Studies (JBAYR), Volume 4, Number -2

iv. Chaudhury, T. A. & Karim, M. Z. (2014) CLT Approach in Developing English Reading Skills in Tertiary Levels in Bangladesh, published in Asian Journal of Education and e-Learning of, Volume 02, Issue -01

v. Karim, M. Z. & Hossain, M. Z. (2014) Grading controversies in the assessment of university graduates in Bangladesh, published in Crossing the Border: International Journal of Interdisciplinary, Volume 2, Number -1

vi. Khan, S. A., Karim, M. Z. & Huda, S. A. (2014) Non-verbal communication: an effective teaching tool in English language classrooms in Bangladesh, published in the Journal of Presidency University, Volume 3, Number -1

vii. Karim, M. Z. & Ivy, T. I. (2011) The Nature of Teacher Feedback in Second Language (L2) Writing Classrooms: A Study on Some Private Universities in Bangladesh, published in the Journal of the Bangladesh Association of Young Researchers (JBAYR), Volume 1, Number -1

Total Number:  4
• Conducted a workshop on “bringing humour into the ELT classrooms” in the day-long workshop and chapter opening programme at Bangladesh Agricultural University (BAU), jointly organized by the Department of Languages, BAU & Bangladesh English Language Teachers Association (BELTA) & sponsored by the American Center, US Embassy, Bangladesh on June 29, 2012. • Presented a paper on “CLT approach in developing English reading skills in Bangladesh” in the NELTA 17th International Conference, Kathmandu, Nepal on February 18, 2012. • Conducted a workshop on Using Games in ESL Classrooms at the BELTA National ELT Conference at Rajshahi from January 7 to 8, 2011. • Presented a paper, Non-verbal repertoires in English Language classrooms in Bangladesh, at the 4th International BELTA Conference in Bangladesh on September 7, 2007.
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Membership Type Organization
General Member AsiaTEFL
General Member International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language (IATEFL)
Life Member Bangladesh English Language Teachers Association (BELTA)