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My Favourite Teacher - Paragraph Writing in about 200 words

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My Favourite TeacherThere are a number of teachers who teach us in school. All of them are good and great teachers so far as their scholarship, teaching technique, and dealing are concerned. Of these teachers, however, I like and admire Sir David Johanson, our young and energetic Biology teacher most. Firstly, he is no less learned that most other teachers. He knows his subject well. He has a brilliant academic career all along. Secondly, his teaching has always been in keeping with his learning. As a teacher, he is a class apart. He has hardly any parallel. His technique of teaching is very nice that it easily captures and captivates the learner's heart and mind. David sir has got a good and gifted voice. He is a very methodical and analytical person. The so-called dull and boring science lessons especially those on the properties of carbon are made so much interesting and attractive to students. Thirdly, my favorite teacher is a fine and fluent speaker. His biology is fairly luc…

Write a Short Essay on ‘Science and Religion’

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Science and ReligionIt is believed by a section of people that science and religion are poles apart. they are contrary and inimical to each other. But this is not true at all. The aim and goal of these overly opposite institutions are the same i.e. to do good to man. There is no doubt that the methods of science and religion are different. The method of science is observation, experiment, and experience. Science is entirely based on reason and rationality. On the contrary, the methods followed by religions are belief and faith, though some religious leaders encourage and certain questionings and rational thinking. But, in general, while science is inclined to reason and conviction, religion is dependent on emotion and mysticism. In ancient times man dreaded the elements of nature like storm, earthquake, flood, fire, the sun, etc. Thus he began to worship these fearful forces of nature. Clever priests took advantage of the situation and they exploited common god-fearing masses. Gradual…

Write a Paragraph on the 'Wildlife Conservation'

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Wildlife ConservationThe importance of conservation of wildlife can hardly be denied these days when hundreds of animals and birds are on the verge of extinction. These are the inseparable relationship between man, trees, birds, and animals. One cannot live without the other. Man gets oxygen, fuel, medicines, honey, and other important things from forests which are the natural habitat of birds and animals like tigers, lions, bears, deer, and hosts of other beasts. These animals are mostly fierce and ferocious by nature keeping the illegal woodchoppers away from the forest. Man, trees, birds, and beasts maintain the all-important ecological balance in nature. In absence of wildlife, this balance will be seriously disturbed and humanity will be at stake. The number of world animals and birds is getting fast reduced day by day. Poachers encroach on the forest and go on killing animals for their hide, flesh, teeth, and bone. And these have already resulted in the extinction of almost 135 …

Write a Paragraph on 'Pulse Polio Immunization'

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Pulse Polio ImmunizationPulse Polio immunization programme has been the most powerful social movement in our country in recent times. We know, Polio is a very dangerous disease if not a killer like cancer. The term polio is derived from a big word called poliomyelitis. It is an infectious disease caused by a virus which is found in the air. This dangerous disease causes inflammation of the grey substance inside the human spinal chord. It often leads to deformation of some limbs like legs and hands of children in particular. As a result, the patient gets physically crippled. To combat and ultimately eradicate this dreadful disease, India like most other countries of the world has launched the pulse polio immunization programme at the behest of the WHO (World Health Organization) in 1995 - 1996. Under the scheme, each child below the age of five has to be given polio drop or oral polio vaccine at regular intervals. Camps are set up in schools, colleges, but stops, railway stations and e…

Write a Brief Biographical Paragraph about 'Pele,' the 'King of Football'

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PelePele, one of the greatest footballers in the world, was born on 23rd October 1940 at a small village in Brazil. He was the illustrious son of Dondinho. We all know him as Pele. His real name is  Edson Arantes Do Nascimento which is a large and difficult one. Pele is also known as his pet or nicknames Sun God, Sussy, and Dicko. His first trainer was his father Dondinho himself. Then he takes football training under Fiola, the national coach of Brazil. Pele played his first match for Santos Club in 1956 at the age of the only fifteen. Then he represented his country in a match against the neighbour country Argentina in 1957. The very next year, he played for his national team against Sweden in the World Cup. As a striker, Pele scored as many as 1,100 goals of which 1,000 goals were scored at the international level of soccer. Pele was the most popular player. Once journalists voted to elect him the greatest contemporary footballer. Since he is called the "King of Football"…

Write a brief Paragraph about 'Don Bradman,' an icon in Cricket World

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Don BradmanDon Bradman is an icon himself in the Cricket World. This Australian cricketing legend, who was one of the sporting world's true immortals was born on August 27, 1908, at Cootamundra in New South Wales. "TheDon" is the nickname of Bradman. His full name is Donald George Bradman, widely acknowledged as the greatest batsman of all time. Don grew up in Bowral, a place near Sidney. In his childhood, he spent hours singlemindedly hitting a golf ball against a brick wall with a single stump for a bat. Later on, the bat would become a magic wand in his hands. He made his debut for Australia in Sidney in 1927. Over the next 21 years, he completely rewrote the record books ruling over the Cricket World with the magic wand of willow. In 52 Tests for Australia, Bradman piled up 6996 runs at an average of 99.94 from eighty visits to the crease, with 10 double centuries and 5 triple centuries among the knocks, In all first-class cricket, Bradman scored 28,067 runs at an av…

Write a Short Biography about 'Charlie Chaplin', a Famous Film Actor

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Charlie ChaplinCharles Spencer Chaplin popularly known as Charlie Chaplin was born on April 16, 1889, in London. His was a family of music hall performers. When Charlie was only a one-year old baby his parents got separated and the child had to live in utmost poverty with his divorced mother. Later on, he was associated with studios in Hollywood and gradually built his own studio in 1918. 'The Kid', 'The Circus', 'The Great Dictator', 'Little Tramp' are some of the most famous feature-length pictures which made him the most popular comic figure in the world. In addition, he was a writer and producer, even a director and actor in 'Monsieur Verdoux.' Charlie was a great lover of mankind. He was a philanthropist in the truest sense of the term. He went to Europe in 1952 and wanted to return to the U.S.A. But the Government did not permit him to enter the country. so, he had to stay in Switzerland till he died on 25th December, in 1977 two years aft…