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A Friend In Need

8th January 2018

As we traverse through the 21st century, we continue to undergo substantial and continuous changes in our personal, social, cultural and economic factors of the world. There is a growing population of children and youth who experience personal, social and economic issues and challenges in the contemporary societies. Often more than not, children and youth get silently affected by this constantly changing and pressurising conditions. It is important to know that a trained person through the co ...


                  

10 Top Tips for Teaching Children

4th December 2017

Elementary school children are the most gratifying age level to work with. Why? Because students at this age possess natural instincts like being cooperative, curious and they learn very quickly. A teacher motivates the young learners to learn and grow. The teachers have young learners which they can influence which are a major responsibility not to be taken lightly. The foundation of education for children is given prime importance as that is the time their skills will be honed and knowledge ...


                  

Activities Making Grammar Learning Fun and Meaningful

17th November 2017

What is Grammar and how important it is for the Young Learners? In simple terms, we can define Grammar as the way in which words are put together to form a proper sentence. There are certain structural rules governing the composition of clauses, phrases and words. Young Learners usually dislike learning grammar as it as is difficult and boring, plus it does not give you the visible results right away. However, we all believe that teaching grammar is important, and it helps students to start s ...


                  

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