Good readers are somehow good writers and speakers too. I have seen this with most of my students over the years. Even with me, the books I read somehow have a direct impact on the way I speak and write. Just now, while reading "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" for a book discussion with my… Continue reading The 5 Finger Rule of Choosing the Just Right Books
Confused? A lot of people are when they have to draw inferences. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=acZzllpIYz4 Now let's watch another video explaining how you already are drawing inferences. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=to30AJm2epQ Give these exercises a shot once you are done with the videos: Exercise 1- What Causes a Solar Eclipse? Exercise 2 Exercise 3 Exercise 1 and 2 are grade… Continue reading Making Inferences
Finding the main idea of a story can sometimes be challenging for young students and even adults sometimes. But to know how to find it, we must first know what it is. So here's a video explaining this topic in the simplest way. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CHEQ04EOykE Another video to help you with this topic: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mjjYRI3QCTsNow try out… Continue reading Finding the Main Idea
We engage in sequencing things everyday. But how is it relevant to learning a language? And how can we sequence things? Let's find out! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GTXQMjRx28M Sequencing is generally done to put things in a logical order for them to make more sense. Transitions are great indicators to know the sequence of a story. Here's a… Continue reading How to Arrange Things in a Sequence
Don't we sometimes get stuck on words while reading a book? Well, we don't know the meaning of words and wonder how our teachers and other adults know the meaning of so many words. Well, I always tell my students that nobody can memorize the entire dictionary, unless they have an eidetic memory. Most people… Continue reading What are Context Clues?
To enjoy reading, we must learn how to choose the right book.
badinage i. (noun) conversation or remarks that are jokes and not serious ii. (noun) witty or humorous conversation Sentence- The President was in a good mood as he walked through the crowd and made several voters laugh with his witty badinage.