The Evolution of English:Contributions of European Languages

The Evolution of English: Contributions of European Languages Did you know that one-third of the world speaks English today? English is the premiere choice of a foreign language for students in most countries, and it is the dominant first language of Canada, Australia, the United Kingdom, Ireland, New Zealand, various Caribbean and Pacific island nations, …

After School English Program for Kids

After School English Program for Kids: Why Students with Online ELA Tutors Succeed How Do Online After School English Program Help Students? Some children pick up English quickly while others struggle with concrete and abstract concepts. Concrete concepts include grammar and spelling conventions. Abstract concepts pertain to organization and theme. Students stress upon spending hours …

Reviving 2020 with Spell Kahoot!

Reviving 2020 with Spell Kahoot! April, 2020  “Hey, did you hear the news?”  “No, what happened?”  “The 93rd Scripps National Spelling Bee got cancelled due to the coronavirus outbreak.”  “Oh no! I was really looking forward to take part in it this year.”  “I know, right! The only other time the event was cancelled was from 1943 to 1945 because …

Why Bilingual Students are Actually Smarter than Their Counterparts!

Why Bilingual Students are Smarter than Their Counterparts! In our increasingly global society, it is easy to see why students who are developing a bilingual education are at a distinct advantage over their monolingual counterparts. In the future, bilingual students will have distinct and vast job opportunities that are potentially quite lucrative. But did you know …

5 Tips to Keep Your Kids Interested in Reading

5 Tips to Keep Your Kids Interested in Reading Today’s Digital Temptations Can Distract Your KidsBut These Tips Can Attract Them! Providing a Variety ofReading Tips of  Kids, Resources andDevices is the Key We all know that children are naturally both curious and energetic when it comes to learning about the world around them. So …