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Int. J. Emerg. Sci., 1(1), 11-22, March 2011 ISSN: 2222-4254 © IJES 11 Internal and External Influences on the University Teachers in Semester System Sadia Sarwar Department of English Baha-ud-din Zakriya Universiy (BZU) Multan, Pakistan sadia.sarwar@hot mail.com Abstract .
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232 otivation for reading is an important contribu tor to students’ reading achievement and school success. Researchers have shown that, especially for students in Grades 3–5, motivation for read
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R esearchers and clinicians have known for some time that children of alcoholics (COA's) exhibit elevated rates of psychopathology. For example, COA's are approximately four to six times as likely as the general population to develop alcohol problems 1 (Russell 1990).
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