Mar 19, 2010
Other 5676 Views
A list of character traits for quick reference is a valuable commodity for anyone to own and use. Whether you are engaging in a self-help effort or teaching moral values in a school setting, you will want to find the best such catalog available and treasure it.
Mar 17, 2010
Career Development 2967 Views
I have a bias that I am going to share, based on thirty years of experience in training and consulting: Knowing is not doing, and doing is better. By knowing, I mean initials based on academic degrees and professional certifications. By doing, I mean credentials based on expertise.
Mar 15, 2010
Other 3629 Views
Our natural state of being, as one with Soul, is a harmonious state of Love, in which the only feelings are of continuous peace and bliss. Therefore if we are feeling any feeling other than peace and bliss, we have got out of balance somewhere. This is due to our conditioned and faulty thinking, which emerges as tolerations, needs and limiting beliefs.
Mar 15, 2010
E-Learning/CALL 4646 Views
Many approaches have been used in online teaching of literature or at least through applying various technologies. The current study mainly focuses on introducing the web-page links via e-mail to the students.
The findings of the study revealed that, in comparison with control group participants, the subjects of the experimental group gained more comprehensive knowledge of English literature in the case of both understanding literary terms and comprehending short and long stories. In addition, they could learn more details about the historical and educational works of astonishing poets and writers.
Mar 15, 2010
TOEFL/TOEIC/IELTS 2160 Views
If you’re applying to an undergraduate program in the U.S., you will probably have to submit scores for both the TOEFL and the SAT (or ACT). However, in some cases the only required test will either be the TOEFL or the SAT.
The score and exam required changes from each institution. A good SAT English score will often override the requirement of submitting a TOEFL score, since you’ve proven that you’re able to communicate proficiently in English.
The SAT has three sections: verbal, math, and writing. Each section is worth 800 points, for a total of 2400 possible points. The TOEFL test does not include any math at all; it’s strictly an English proficiency exam.
The SAT has a section that tests your grammar ability. In that section you will be asked to improve different sentences. The TOEFL does not include sections that require sentence editing.
The major difference between the TOEFL and SAT (expect that SAT includes math) is the level of English tested. SAT English vocabulary is more ...
It's a well-known fact that adult learners of languages have a much more difficult time of it than children do, for the simple reason that children's brains are far more malleable when it comes to language learning. In fact somewhere after the age of eleven, the native-language learning centre of the brain gets...
You're probably asking this question because you are already or soon plan to be an EFL teacher. This means that you probably like working with people, that you prefer variety to routine, and that you are don't mind taking calculated risks.
Mar 12, 2010
Other 3318 Views
Surely it is correct to say, Education is the chief defense of nations. The foundation of every state is the education of the youth. Only the educated are free. In the present competitive era, one can notice that education has become a necessity. It uplifts the person moral ethical and spiritual values. Illiteracy is a curse on mankind.
Mar 12, 2010
Classroom Materials 3433 Views
Assessment is one of the most debated topics in education. Opinions differ as to what should be the purpose of such assessments and it is this where most contention arises.
Teaching English in Spain can be a lot easier than other countries, the students have often studied English for many years but lack the confidence to speak. Offering practical English speaking lessons can be very rewarding for teacher and student. Teaching is an easy way to make friends, and students are highly motivated.