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Language Learning By The Double Translation Method

Language Learning By The Double Translation Method

Double translation is a method explained by Roger Ascham, a Renaissance humanist who was the teacher of Princess Elizabeth (later Queen Elizabeth I), who was herself an accomplished linguist, in his treatise The Scholemaster (1570). . He derives the method from Cicero and recommends it as a method that quickly …

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Excellence In Education As A National Priority

Excellence In Education As A National Priority

Learning is a complex process. We learn by building on past experiences; by trying; by starting with simple tasks and combining them over time to accomplish more complex ones; and through insight and understanding of the relationship between different parts of a problem. Research shows that for teaching to be …

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Teaching With Technology

Teaching With Technology

Teaching with technology helps expand student learning through assistant teaching goals. However, it can be thought-provoking to choose the best technology tools while keeping the goal of student learning in mind. An expert can find creative and constructive ways to incorporate technology into our lessons. What do we mean by …

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Poor Performance by Teachers

Poor Performance by Teachers

Nowadays we hear a lot about the sad conditions in our public education system. There is a clamor for a weeding out of the bad apples in the faculty ranks. The question arises as to what the balancing act is all about. There is a difference between incompetence and poor …

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