May 13, 2009
Grammar 3111 Views
6 tips to help ESL learners learn English grammar.
Aug 15, 2008
Reading 3110 Views
Reading is a difficult process. The brain must be doing several things at once in order to make sense out of the written word. Many things can go wrong when a student is learning to read. Kids who struggle with reading struggle with life. If there is just one skill you can spend time on to help a student succeed in school and life, it would be reading.
Sep 17, 2012
Writing 3110 Views
The MLA works cited page is where all sources used in a research paper are listed. This section is aptly called Works Cited.
May 26, 2012
Other 3104 Views
Lately there has been some serious problems with flash mobs in America and the riots in England. I'm sorry but that is the future. It is a combination of unrelenting population growth in most of the world, democracy and religion. When you look at China they just don't fit into that mix. They have had a "One Child Policy" for 25 to 30 years now so they don't have problems with teenage rampages. And the reason they can have a "One Child Policy" is because they don't have religion affecting politics and they are not a democracy.
Oct 5, 2014
Other 3104 Views
Immigration has always posed a serious challenge for countries to deal with conflicts arising when infrastructure and facilities have to be shared between local residents ethnic to countries and immigrants from others who arrive to make a living.
Singapore has always had liberal policies concerning immigration; policies designed to support its growth and economy as an emerging power in South-East Asia and to offset its declining population and birth rate. In recent years, due to growing resentment against inflation, rising inequality and the strain exerted on infrastructure like accommodation and public spaces etc., the government has been forced to bring in new regulations to curb the flow of immigrants into Singapore.
Many thousands from other Asian as well as European countries choose Singapore as a destination to emigrate for many reasons; chief among them are 'because it a country extremely well run', 'personal hygiene and safety are of very high standards', ...
Oct 11, 2009
E-Learning/CALL 3103 Views
Virtual teaching English is the new wave in working around the world, but there are some points that must be made in order to make sure you are an ESL/EFL teacher that can also be successful outside of the standard classroom setting.
Aug 12, 2008
Study Skills 3102 Views
It is obvious that for success in school mathematics it is necessary to master elementary mental computational skills at first - addition and subtraction within the limits of 20, multiplication and division within the limits of 100. In spite of this there are kids in third, fourth, and fifth grade who cannot - without a calculator - add 8 to 5, subtract 7 from 12, multiply 7 by 8, divide 54 by 9 and so on. Just those very pupils have considerable difficulties while learning the other basic topics of arithmetic and algebra. They cannot master well operations with two and three digit numbers, common fractions, negative numbers, like terms, brackets, simple equations etc. Even calculators cannot help them.
Sep 19, 2009
E-Learning/CALL 3102 Views
In this day and age, technology is in constant motion of change. The goals that the NETS place are based on essential operations, concepts, social, ethical and human issues, among many other important factors. These standards are sensible, usable, as well as measurable.
Jul 8, 2012
Other 3102 Views
Schools are increasingly starting to look at alternatives to the conventional three-term school year as the long summer holiday is now considered a barrier to effective learning. As such, four and five-term systems are being examined to see if they could deliver better results for teachers, students and parents.
Apr 17, 2010
Pronunciation/Phonics 3101 Views
Even before your children get to school you can give them a great start in learning to read by helping them develop their skills in phonics - or the ability to discriminate and use speech sounds. English speech is made up of 44 sounds combined in different ways...