Interest of Senior Secondary Students in Physics topics with Biological Science
1Manohara. B. M.
2RAMESHA M S
1Assistant Professor, Department of Physics. Government First Grade College. Davanagere-577004. India,
2Research Scholar (Full-time), Department of English Manonmaniam Sundaranar University Tirunelveli,
3Assistant Professor of Physics Government First Grade College, Tumkur, Karnataka, India. Pin: 572102
The paper makes an effort to highlight the importance of adopting culturally familiar texts in second-language classrooms, particularly to assess learners’ reading comprehension. The advent of cultural linguistics in the twenty-first century has demonstrated that language and cultural concepts are inextricably linked. This has demonstrated that language is seen as a socially developed cognitive function and that language studies have adopted this fundamental assumption of sociocultural theory and applied it to human language. The idea that word-to-word analysis is how reading is processed in the human brain has also been refuted by new studies. It is found that less attention is required when a reader is familiar with the material, and more attention is required when a reader is unfamiliar with the material. Emphasis is given to content and cultural familiarity
Physics, Interest on Physics, Biological science, Interdisciplinary Physics Learning