Whеthеr уоu аrе an intеrnаtiоnаl ѕtudеnt оr a native speaker, Engliѕh skills саn аlwауѕ be imрrоvеd. Thеrе are many triеd and truе tricks fоr lеаrning Engliѕh. Thеѕе аrе fivе Engliѕh tricks fоr lеаrning еngliѕh. Thеѕе tricks nоt оnlу hеlр learn Engliѕh, but thеу аrе аlѕо tiрѕ оn improving Engliѕh ѕkillѕ. 1.) Rеаd a bооk, newspaper … Continue reading Tор 5 Triсkѕ Fоr Learning English
Copyrited @ 2017 Tom Songer Over the years, I have come to appreciate everyone learns differently, and that learning manifests itself through a student center learning process. A process on how we receive and process information with the student’s individuality, skills gathered along the way with a hands-on approach. A way of teaching that I … Continue reading Personal Philosophy of Bilingual Education
Experience Street or book smarts? Experience goes a long way when in comes to teaching. Especially in being paid for what you know and how to present it. Previous knowledge in coaching, instructing, teaching in any facet of life can give you that edge you need for landing a job in the private sector of … Continue reading Experience, Degree or Certificate
Basics 101 Mandarin Chinese is the official language of Mainland China and is one of the official languages of the United Nations. It is the most widely-spoken language in the world. Mandarin Chinese is sometimes referred to as a “dialect". There are many versions of Mandarin spoken throughout China, and these are usually classified as dialects. … Continue reading Don’t call mother a horse!
Poetry and Hums aren't things which you get, they're things which get you. And all you can do is go where they can find you. -- Pooh's Little Instruction Book, inspired by A. A. MilneWinnie The Pooh always had a sense for the right words to say. Alan Alexander Mine was a great English author … Continue reading My Big Why