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How to learn a language without noticing.

How To Study Languages Without Even Noticing

Introduction To Learning Languages As all language learners know, there are many basic language learning methods. You can read a text. You can retell a story. You can write a dictation. I can’t help but

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Keys for Effective Music Practice

Introduction To Music Are you looking for the key to learning music? Or perhaps you say to yourself, some people just come out of the womb as Whitney Houston, but that sure didn’t happen to

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Guide to Tutoring Students with Zoom Call

Since the COVID-19 pandemic pulled students away from their traditional method of learning, students, teachers, and parents had to adjust. Fortunately, the online video platform, Zoom, has helped with the difficult transition. However, this new

Planting Seeds: 5 Tips for Teaching Children

Planting Seeds: 5 Tips for Teaching Children

“Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old, he will not depart from it.” This ancient Biblical proverb of King Solomon hit the nail on the head when


Six Tips to Learn French Language

To learn the French language, the aspect that we always ignore that must be the most important of all: THE PSYCHOLOGICAL PREPARATION! As an online French tutor, I can’t come to you and say: “This

Linear Algebra and Its Role in the University Curriculum

Linear Algebra Linear Algebra is included in the curriculum of almost all university technical majors. The objective of this publication is to highlight the most common topics that are included in its study at the

A Reader in the Rough

Challenge The majority of students in the upper elementary and middle grades are beyond decoding ability and need more assistance with comprehension to help them become more mature readers. A collaborative effort by the Center for

The Story of the Box Plot

Box Plot The word box plot always reminds me how to organize things and how to achieve the goal of success for any object. So, let’s have a look at the 5 objectives that really

Improve Your Memory with Holistic Language Learning

Memory and rest Today neurosciences reveal that what was learned during the day is consolidated in thebrain/memory while we sleep. It is during deep sleep that the brain’s mechanismselaborate and archive the acquired knowledge. And

The 5 Easy Steps to Hypothesis Testing

I would like to make the process of understanding hypothesis testing much simpler for students need help learning statistics. Hypothesis testing is a five-step procedure. Let’s address the difficulties of students while they learn the

How to Know Your French Proficiency and Why Use DELF

What is DELF? The French Language Proficiency Certificate or DELF is an internationally recognized certificate awarded by France’s national education ministry. It consists of multiple assessments that measure language proficiency. The exam consists of four

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The Science Behind the Perfect Dough

While the kitchen is very different from the controlled environment of the scientific laboratory, there is chemistry, biochemistry, and physics behind crafting the ideal baked good. Flour is the central ingredient used in baking cakes,

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7 Debunked Myths About Working as a Tutor

There are quite a few myths out there about becoming a tutor. This is unfortunate because there is quite a substantial need for tutors in today’s world. Typical schooling may not be enough to help

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A Close Up on the Atom

The composition of matter is an important chemistry topic. Atoms and molecules make up the world around us. Everything is composed of invisible, indestructible atoms. Atoms are so small that they are invisible to light

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How to see language learning as a joy, not a chore

I’m absolutely crazy about languages, and when I don’t have the opportunity to actually travel, immersing myself in a new language is the next best thing. I wasn’t always dreaming in French and slinging Italian

Titration and Food Chemistry Techniques

Titration and Food Chemistry Techniques Titration is a familiar laboratory technique for general chemistry students. There are many different types of titration, including acid/base titration, reduction/oxidation titration, precipitation titration, and complexometric titration. As an analytical

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