Like other language skills, reading is also a complex skill involving number of simultaneous operations. The process of reading may be divided into three stages. The first stage may be called the “recognition stage” where the learner recognises a word or group of words. Difficulty at this stage will largely depend upon the difference between the script of the learner’s mother tongue and English. Continue reading
Every kid is different – different personalities, skills and behavior. This difference can be seen in their studies and interest to other activities. Some kids find studying a boring chore so much so that their minds are flying elsewhere whenever they are in school, but show too much interest in extracurricular activities. As a result, they oftentimes end up failing the subject. Continue reading
The Internet is not only a source of entertainment it also serves as a repository of information, where kids and even elder learners can find educational and less known aspects of anything and everything. It is true that there is no single resource to show, which is accessible and infinite like INTERNET. Continue reading
If you have young children on Facebook or MySpace, they shouldn’t be — at least legally. The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) prevents websites from collecting personal information about children who are under the age of 13 without their parents’ permission. Continue reading
You are the boss of your body. No one is allowed to hurt your body in any way.
Private Body Parts
The parts of your body covered by your undergarments are your very own private body parts. It is never all right for someone to touch, talk about or look at your private body parts except for health reasons. Continue reading