ঢাকা বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়

সালঃ 1998

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Question 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 are based on the following reading.

Every age and every country has held views on the appropriate education for their young man and women. The aim of education inevery age has been to help prepare the citizen for life in the‘modern world’. Education typically centers on three aspects of the individual's nature: his mind, his body , his sprit. In some periods ; of history, the development of the mind or intellect is stressed more :“than the others. We may be in such a period today in most’countries of the world, when an understanding of science and: technology is considered the mark of an educated man. The well-being of the body is seen as the primary necessity for survival in,periods or places of physical strife or hardship. The great eras of 'exploration, migration and military exploitation emphasize man’s physical nature. More peaceful times and places, on the other 'hand, encourage the education of the citizenry toward the spiritual;life. Many of the world’s great spiritual writings are the results of such education. Although education usually includes much that is traditional, it frequently reinterprets tradition. The purpose is to instruct men and women to meet the contemporary world.


approximate

exact

suitable

common

discord

peace

conflict

quarrel

an individual's nature

mind bosy, and sprit

equipping citizen for the modern world

physical development

eras of peace

the modern era

eras of physical strife

eras of exploration, migration and amilitary explotation

religion

science and technology

spiritual life

body and mind

estimate

stress

record

explain

noun

adverb

adjective

verb

retouches

inventiveness again

revolves

explains anew

temporary

revolutionary

medieval

present

Civilizations and society

Citizenship and eduction

Th modern world and society

Education and progress

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