07060545017, 07060545027

reading skills

Classwork Series {English Language – SS1}: Oral English – Voiced and Unvoiced Sounds

English Language SS1 Week 1 Contents: Oral English: Voiced and Unvoiced Sounds Reading Skills Vocabulary A. Introduction Many sounds in English go in pairs. This means that they are the same but one is "voiced" while the other is "unvoiced" (voiceless).  When a sound is voiced, the vocal cords vibrate. When a sound is unvoiced, [...]

10 Motivational Tips To Help Children Read

Whether you have your own children or teach in a classroom, you may come to a point where you want or need to help children read. Whether you are teaching them how to read their very first letters and words or motivating them to participate in a book club or reading contest, guiding children’s reading [...]

Classwork Series and Exercises {English Language – SS2}: Idioms and Phrasal Verbs/ Reading Skill

English Language SS2 Week 2 Contents: Structure: Idioms and Phrasal Verbs Reading Skill- Exam Practice A. Structure: Phrasal Verbs and Idioms A phrasal verb usually consists of two words: a) an ordinary verb b) another, a short word that is usually an adverb or a preposition, but is often called a particle, e.g. up, off, [...]

Improve Your Reading Skills – Develop Speed Reading Skill

Faster Reading Skills It is important to develop the skill known as Speed Reading. To improve your reading speed, we recommend the following: Don't read a text 'word-by-word': Read the words in their natural grammatical or sense groups. For example: The brave woman /ordered the men/to attack at once. Don't point to the words with [...]