AI and Society 27 (3):417-420 (2012)
|Abstract||Students’ Quality Circles (SQCs) are considered in the context of English Language Teaching in Pakistan, with a focus on oral expression. SQCs offer many educational benefits|
|Keywords||Empowerment English language teaching Fluency Pakistan Students’ quality circles|
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