I came across this article, written in May of 2016, today and thought it might, once again, be worth your time. In this week’s forum, we’re discussing whether it is possible for America to be united again. Unfortunately, much of the public school system is controlled by Progressives. This means the little reading kids do […]
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This cartoon sketch reminds me of the problems every English teacher faces at the start of the school year. Social Media has become such an integral part of students’ life that it is becoming difficult to make them concentrate on essay writing. That is why encourage my students to write on their Social Media accounts and maintain blogs. Gone are the days when essays were written with pen and paper. With the advancement of digital world, it is time we make essay writing assignments as an online exercise.
Nine schools will get the program next year.
Hey guys! Today I will give you 6 ways on how to improve your study habit and get better grades. 1. Mindmap ￼ ⁃ I usually mindmap my lessons when it is Science or Social Studies lessons. Sometimes I also use it for my English essays. Mindmapping help us become more creative, remember more and […]
Attention teachers and anyone else who is interested in how certain school systems differ from the American one and why it actually works. Together we can find a way to make a difference! My favorite is the Finnish model which in some respects reminds me of the Swedish model. Read the article HERE. Here in […]
Being an English teacher is not easy. And as far as I know, teaching Shakespeare to students is Achilles heel for many teachers out there as the complexity of the language makes it difficult for students to understand.
This is an article I wrote for school as part of my internship in the English department. I was looking up information on education and education reform and found a gem of a video that I decided to build from. “For education majors and parents, here’s a great TEDTalks video on the state of our […]
August 25th, 2016 As participants in the 2016 Many Languages One World essay contest, we had to submit an essay on multiculturalism and multilingualism. Writing about multiculturalism and multilingualism is a tough and broad task, but what we can do, as individuals, is write about our own experience. As a student in Chinese department and […]
Knowing a second language is fun. The process of learning a second language isn’t always fun, but in the end it is extremely rewarding. Over the years I tried so many different apps and websites, below you’ll find a list of apps and web based tools that I love and personally use almost every day when it comes to learning a foreign language.
Last week we saw shocking pictures of Louisiana drowning under floods caused due to incessant rains and inadequate drainage system. More than 20,000 people had to evacuate their homes and fight to keep their heads above the water quite literally. Experts are considering Louisiana flooding as the worst natural disaster to hit our country after hurricane Sandy. Continue reading “What can we learn from Louisiana floods?”