Department of English
Tahsina Yasmin  Associate Professor
Name :
Tahsina Yasmin
Employee ID
710001045
Designation
Associate Professor  
Department
Department of English
Faculty
Faculty of Humanities & Social Science
Personal Webpage
http://faculty.daffodilvarsity.edu.bd/profile/english/tahsina.html
E-mail
tahsina.eng@daffodilvarsity.edu.bd
Phone
8130864, 8129177, 8129402
Cell-Phone
01847140171

• M. Phil (Session 2010-2011). Dhaka University. 1st part completed with 59% marks. Ongoing under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Fakrul Alam.
• Online course on Building Teaching Skills Through the Interactive Web. 7 January – 15 March 2013. University of Oregon, Linguistics Department, American English Institute (UO AEI). Score 99.6%.
• Business English Certificate (BEC Vantage). 2006. University of Cambridge. Obtained A [A being the highest grade]
• M.A. (Final) & B.A. (Hons) in English Literature. 1999, 1998. Eden College, National University. Obtained a good Second class number percentage and was placed in the 1st position in the overall merit order.

  • Symposium on Teaching English Pronunciation in Bangladesh: Issues and Practices. Department of English, Daffodil International University. Dhaka. 14 January 2017.
  • International Conference: Magic & Literature. Department of English & Humanities, University of Liberal Arts (ULAB). Dhaka. 27–28 May 2016.
  • 21st NELTA International Conference on Englishes in the Classroom: Trends, Tensions & Teachings. Kathmandu, Nepal. 7–9 March 2016.
  • National Conference 2015 on English Studies in Bangladesh: Reconsidering Conceptual Paradigms. Southeast University, Dhaka. 10 October 2015.
  • National Conference on The Machine in the Garden: Literature, Language and Technology in English Studies. Daffodil International University. 19 September 2015.
  • BELTA National Conference on ELT in Bangladesh: Challenges and Directions. Rajshahi University, Rajshahi. 11 September 2015.
  • International Conference on Language, Literature and Community. Department of English & Humanities, ULAB. 10th and 11th July 2015.
  • 1st National Conference on “Embracing Graphicdemia: The Role of Graphic Novels & Comics in Academia.” ULAB. 12 June 2015.
  • Bangladesh Summit - Featuring Google for Education. DIU. 27-28 February 2015.
  • 7th BELTA International Conference onEnglish Language Education: Directions, Transformations & Sustainability. National Academy for Educational Management (NAEM), Dhaka. 2-4 January 2015

Literature & Language

Journals:

 

International Journal :

1. “The Dictator in The Autumn of the Patriarch – Sadistic or Masochistic?” International Journal of Humanities and Management Sciences (IJHMS) 2.2 (2014): 63 -66.
Online version: http://www.isaet.org/images/extraimages/P614045.pdf
ISSN: 2320-4036 (Print) 2320-4044 (Online)


National Journals :

  1. “Repressive State Apparatuses in Latin American Dictator Novels.” Journal of English Department 1.1 (December 2016): 35-45.
  2. “Canonization: The Megalomaniac’s Way to Dictate the State.” Journal of English Studies. Special Volume (December 2015): 105-110.
  3. “Chief Nanga in A Man of the People – A Specimen of Fanon’s ‘National Bourgeoisie’.” Stamford Journal of English 8 (2013-14): 239-248.
  4. “Using Short Stories to incorporate Critical Thinking into English Language Classes.” Harvest 28 (2012-2013): 93-104.
  5. “The Labyrinth of ‘The Liberator’: Márquez’s Historical Character in Freudian Light.” Stamford Journal of English 7 (2012): 285-294. Online version: http://www.banglajol.info/index.php/SJE/article/view/14480/10284 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3329/sje.v7i0.14480 ISSN: 1818-9512 (Print) 2408-8838 (Online)
  6. “Aeschylus’ Clytemnestra as a ‘Seductress’.” Stamford Journal of English 6 (2011): 310-318. Online version: http://www.banglajol.info/index.php/SJE/article/view/13921/9990
    DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3329/sje.v6i0.13921 ISSN: 1818-9512 (Print) 2408-8838 (Online)
  7. “The Performance of English & Bangla Medium Students at Tertiary Level – a Comparative Picture.” Stamford Journal of English 2 (2006): 204-209.
  8. “Teacher and Techniques in Literature Classroom.” Stamford Journal of English 1 (2005): 39-46.

 

Books:

 


Conference Papers: 

 

  1. “Performance-based Learning in the Literature Classroom.” 7th International Conference on “English Language Education: Directions, Transformations & Sustainability.” National Academy for Educational Management (NAEM), Dhaka. 2-4 January 2015.
  2. “Language Learning through Literature via WebQuest.” 2nd International ELT Conference on “The 21st Century Classroom: Directions, Issues and Changes.” University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB). ULAB, Dhaka. 8-9 August 2014.
  3. “The Dictator in The Autumn of the Patriarch – Sadistic or Masochistic?” International Conference on Arts and Literature (ICAL ’14). International Scientific Academy of Engineering and Technology (ISAET). 23-24 June 2014. Pattaya (Thailand).
  4. “Language Learning through Literature via WebQuest.” 19th NELTA International Conference on “Authentic Assessment: A Paradigm Shift from Traditional to Alternative Evaluation”. NELTA. Kathmandu, Nepal. 27 February – 1 March 2014.
  5. “Creating Materials for the Class: A Student-Centered Approach.” 11th International Asia TEFL Conference on “Englishes Across Asian Contexts: Opportunities & Challenges.” Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines. 26 – 28 October 2013.
  6. “Language Learning through Literature via WebQuest.” 22nd MELTA International Conference on “Innovations in English Language Education: Evolving Policy, Envisioning Curriculum, Empowering Practitioners.” Malaysian English Language Teaching Association (MELTA). Persada Johor Convention Centre, Johor Bahru. 28 to 30 May 2013.
  7. “Using Short Stories to Incorporate Critical Thinking into English Language Classes.” Conference on “Opportunities and Challenges in English Language Teaching at the Tertiary Level.” University of Liberal Arts (ULAB). 20 October 2011.
  8. “Aeschylus’ Presentation of a ‘Seductress’ Clytemnestra.” Conference on “Language and Literature Teaching: Exploring Opportunities and Facing the Challenges.” Stamford University Bangladesh. 27 January 2011.
  9. “Public Speaking: the Course and Case Study.” Third International Conference on “ELT in Context.” BELTA. British Council. September 2005.
  10. “Teacher and Techniques in Literature Classroom.” Third International Conference on “The Effective Teaching of English in Bangladesh: Pedagogy and Best Practices.” Stamford University Bangladesh. July 2005.
  11. “The Performance of English & Bangla Medium Students at Tertiary Level – a Comparative Picture.” Second International Conference on “The Teaching of English in Bangladesh: Problems, Solutions and Prospects.” Stamford University Bangladesh. June 2004.

Gender Roles in Latin American Dictator Novels (ongoing)

Best Faculty of the year 2004 at Stamford University Bangladesh.

Asia TEFL
E-teacher, American English Institute, Distance Education

Stamford University Bangladesh (September 2002 – May 2013)