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Developing children’s social skills

Developing children’s social skills Developing children’s social skills from an early age is a vital part of child’s education. Here are some key areas of social and personal skills that…

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Teaching sound blending

Teaching sound blending is of the utmost importance for developing phonemic awareness in children. In the phonics approach to reading, a child says each sound of a word (e. g. /m/-/a/-/t/)…

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Teaching Mirror English Reader Series

Teaching Mirror English Reader Series (By D N Mukhiya) About MIRROR English: MIRROR (Pre-primer to Eight) is a multi-skills course in English. The series has been designed especially for students…

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English sight words

English sight words or high frequency words English sight words are common words that occur more frequently in English text. They are also called high frequency words. Here are some…

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English CVC word lists

English CVC word lists by mid-sounds ab: cab, dab, gab, jab, lab, nab, tab ad: bad, dad, had, lad, mad, pad, sad, tad ag: bag, gag, hag, lag, nag, rag, sag, tag, wag…

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Using textbooks effectively

Using textbooks effectively: A textbook or coursebook is a normal part of the teaching and learning process and is used as a standard source of information on a particular subject. It…

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Alphabet beginning letter words

Alphabet beginning letter words: A   Alphabet beginning letter words: B Alphabet beginning letter words: C Alphabet beginning letter words: D Alphabet beginning letter words: E Alphabet beginning letter words: F Alphabet beginning letter words: G Alphabet beginning letter words: H Alphabet beginning letter words: I Alphabet beginning letter words: J Alphabet beginning letter words: K Alphabet beginning letter words: L Alphabet beginning letter words: M Alphabet beginning letter words: N…

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Teaching English Grammar

Teaching English Grammar (by D N Mukhiya) Teaching English Grammar is an important part of language teaching. It plays a key role in every ESL/EFL teacher’s classroom instruction and testing.…

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Agreeing and disagreeing

We use SO and Neither to state if we agree with someone or not. These two words save us from repeating the same verbs. Here are the structures of using SO…

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