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Editorial, May-June 2012 »

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One of the biggest conundrums facing our education system at all levels, from the pre-kindergarten to the advanced tertiary, …

May-June 2012, Primary Concepts »

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Gita Krenek
One of the most useful ‘resources’ I have found to help me get children to speak English has …

May-June 2012, Primary Concepts »

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Sheela Ramakrishnan
If a child can apply what he/she has learnt in daily life, then we can claim that teaching or …

May-June 2012, Primary Concepts »

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Leena Anil
Teaching students to speak in a language which is not their own is a challenge, be it one …

May-June 2012, Primary Concepts »

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Gurveen Kaur
Teaching reading to children from print-rich backgrounds as well as print-deprived backgrounds has made me realise that there …

May-June 2012, Nuts and Bolts »

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Chintan Girish Modi
When a colleague of mine introduced me to a little story book called Mr Forgetful, I read …

May-June 2012, Nuts and Bolts »

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S Upendran
I began using songs in the English language classroom over twenty years ago, and I have found them …

May-June 2012, Nuts and Bolts »

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Usha Chandrasekaran
In one of my postgraduate classes in English I came across Kayalvizhi who was zealous about learning. She displayed …

May-June 2012, Nuts and Bolts »

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Mini Joseph
“I like a teacher who gives you something to take home to think about besides homework.” – Lily Tomlin

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Kamakshi Balasubramanian
What is an argument?
When we hear the word ‘argument’, we think of heated debates, courtroom battles between highly …