How we learn English
Two English Languages.
Everyone has had problems using English language as effectively as it should be used.
Many, if not most, of our problems with English develop when we forget that there are two closely related but essentially different kinds of English - spoken
Some teenagers believe that literacy is unrealistic to the "real world." We think of literacy as the ability to read and write but there is financial, computer, science and many others forms. Literacy actually means "the quality or state of being literate." (Merriam-Webster Online) Most states requ
Social Class: The Un-chosen Way of Life
For families throughout the world it is known that social status and money depict the lifestyle that family lives, their viewpoints, and possibly their goals. Different social classes can be distinguished by inequalities in such areas as power, authority, we
The 2nd book within George Wood's manuscript, "Time to Learn", addresses the idea of change within the school system. "Transforming the High School" is broken into chapters that regard how to positively change the normal, structed school environment. Wood gives examples and illustrates the need and
The poem In Mrs. Tilscher's Class' written by Carol Ann Duffy, is written in free verses and includes four stanzas. The poem illustrates the perspective of a carefree, innocent and happy young girl going through the first stages of life, primary to high school. The poem examines the rites of passa
Hypothesis: Social class determines how “Asian teenagers (aged 15-17) do in GCSE rather than culture.
Culture is hard to define and operationalise between different “Asian” groups. In test after test, nationally, Chinese and Indian students show superior performance in mathematics and other
Where do I start?
Why do you want to learn English?
Before you begin (or go back to) studying English, ask youself one question. Why do I want to study English? Is it because you want to, or because someone else wants you to? Like every decision in life, studying English must be something you want
Choose two poems from your reading on the theme of childhood. Compare and contrast the experiences described in each poem showing clearly why each poem affected you the way it did and with close reference to the poet’s use of language show how he/she conveys these feeling to you.
A person is af
Nobody wants his or her cell phone taken away at school. The staff at school are instructed to seize cellular phones from students if they see or hear them. The trick is to keep in touch with your friends without getting caught. To accomplish this you must follow these simple rules. Be prepared,
Many people are considered to be middle class in the society we live in. John Lennon believed people should have a chance to do whatever they wanted to do in life. In his song “Working Class Hero,” he shows how people are small and worthless compared to the people at the top. In order to get to
Help Me Learn
Thru Edutainment and Multiple Intelligences
Edutainment (also known as educational entertainment or entertainment-education) is an art form that uses entertainment for educational purposes. Some sources attribute the phrase “edutaining” to Peter Catalanotto who coined the p
Intermediate C++ Programming
Summer Camp Teacher’s Guide
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Intermediate C++ Programming
Table of Contents
Course Description Goal of the course Learning Objectives Materials and Resources Pre-Requisite Skills and Knowledge Lesson 1 – Intro
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How to learn English effectively
Do you want to know how to learn English effectively? If so, you are not alone. In fact, there are many people out there today who are working to learn English as a second language. No matter what the reason is that you are learning English, you want to make sure th
The teacher who learns to incorporate ordinary computer technology into her high school classroom will be more successful.
Technology is changing the way people learn. Today’s students are accustomed to using technology in nearly every aspect of their lives, and there are many ways that high sc
Drawing lessons - illustrated lesson notes for teachers and students
ILLUSTRATED LESSON NOTES FOR TEACHERS
INTRODUCTION preamble for all lessons 1) cityscape 2) cityscape up 3) cityscape down 4) room interior two point 5) railway 6) room interior CVP 6b) room interior cont. 7) letters 8) shadows
To achieve world-class status, an organization must stimulate creative thinking, encourage dialogue and introspection and promote understanding and new actions. Most important, it must give people - inside and outside the organization - something to care about.
When people think of "world-class" o
How to Learn Japanese
How to Learn Japanese
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The Victorian Era spanned the lifetime of its monarch, Queen Victoria, who had the longest reign in English history from 1837 to 1901. The Victorian Era was one of reforms and reconstruction of the old ways of life. It was a time where many great scientific discoveries were found, a time where the s
It is more important to learn and understand the practical applications of science than the theories
This universe is full of mysteries where most of the things are to be known to mankind. People believe in practical works not theoretical. A child learns by playing and builds up the blocks of a n