Is Indian education system ready to assess reading & comprehension skills of students yet? According to the World Literacy Foundation, “The cost of illiteracy to the global economy is estimated at USD $1.19 trillion.” US is calculating the cost of illiteracy and is spending a lot to enhance reading skills of native speakers of English language in America. Are they creating fuss out of it? Is it really that severe?
English spelling system is a challenge for native speakers to
Our teachers have been struggling to find out ways to help students with reading, speaking and writing in English language. The task becomes all the more difficult when we are targeting children. How should we write a word if we’ve only heard the sound or how should we pronounce a word when we are seeing it for the very first time? How well we recognize and apply sounds to a physical representation (written group of letters), is an art! If we include non-native English speaki
https://www.qzzr.com/c/quiz/307608/f4b5e905-4f9e-4902-9464-3a17301de6b1 Please click on the link to take test Ma'am. Almost everybody blames the education system & yet everybody wants to bring change. In an attempt to bring change in the way our future is learning today at school, I request you to ask your English language teachers to take this test. We have created this quiz to make it a little interesting. Please share this quiz with the most confident, learned or fluent sp
I blame you, if you can’t tell me of the reasons. I blame you, if you force me to memorize. I blame you, if I score low. Spellings are a torture for native & non-native speakers. Here in India, teachers want us to memorize spellings & pronunciation. However, teachers themselves don’t know of an easy way out. On the top of it, they ask us to break words into smaller chunks & read. If we do that it hampers our pronunciation. Mom also has this old technique of breaking words int