EDU101 MIDTERM SOLVED PAPERS

EDU101 MIDTERM SOLVED PAPERS

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Ad Foundations of Education:
The World Before Islam, The Birth and Early Life of the Prophet (S.A.W), The Birth and Early Life of the Prophet (S.A.W), The Revelation of Wahi, The Revelation of Wahi, The Preaching of Islam, The First Sermon on Koh-e-Safa and the Response of Kufar, Hijrat’s decision to go to Medina, Stay in Saur’s Cave, While Migrating to Medina, Insars’ Immigration and Covenant with Jews and Nations.
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EDU101 MIDTERM PAST PAPERS:

The Treaty of Hudabia, The Battle of Moot, Fateh Mecca, Fateh Mecca, Performance of Hajj by the Prophet (S.A.W), Performance of Hajj by the Prophet (S.A.W), Illness and Departure of the Holy Prophet (S.A.W), Earth, Revelation and God ‘a Holy, The Holy Quran.

EDU101 MIDTERM PAST PAPERS BY MOAAZ:

The meaning of art has changed over time and varies according to the context; anything can be made into art, and the word continues to emerge. The nature of art has been described by philosopher Richard Wollheim as “one of the most mysterious problems of human culture”. Art is defined as a vehicle for expressing or communicating emotions and ideas, a way of exploring and appreciating legitimate elements through them, and as imitation or representation.

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Art, simply, is a means of communication. It refers to whatever the artist himself intends to say, and the meaning is shaped by the objects, techniques, and genres, as well as the ideas and feelings that he expresses to the viewer. Anything can actually be art, and the word continues to emerge.

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