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Welcome to Let us Learn English. COM Learn English Language Course in Class Room, Small Batches , Weekend Batches for Working Professionals, Crash Course on Interview Preparation, Customized Courses Available, Special Batches for Girls and Housewives and even On-line with Highly qualified teachers and expert trainers. Let’s Learn English is on of the best Institute of Hyderabad. No.1 English Language Training Center. Welcome to Let us Learn English. COM Learn English Language Course in Class Room, Small Batches , Weekend Batches for Working Professionals, Crash Course on Interview Preparation, Customized Courses Available, Special Batches for Girls and Housewives and even On-line with Highly qualified teachers and expert trainers. Let’s Learn English is on of the best Institute of Hyderabad. No.1 English Language Training Center. Spoken English Tips The following tips helped me improve my spoken English and overcome my hesitation in the language. Hope they are useful for you too. Don’t worry about making mistakes because you will make mistakes as a learner. Be patient. This isn’t a one day process. Learn certain phrases that can be used in multiple situations. Learn how to greet someone properly. Talk slowly and carefully. Don’t rush through your sentences. Restrict yourself to simple sentences until you gain confidence. Watch out for your pronunciation. Many online tools will tell you how to pronounce a word correctly. Check one of them out when you’re in doubt. Carefully observe how proficient speakers of the language pronounce words and frame their sentences. Ask your friends, relatives and anyone you can to point out your mistakes and correct them. Speak to them in English only. Practice is a must. Record yourself reading one article aloud every day. Focus on pronunciation, speed, clarity and emphasis. Many online sites offer you the opportunity to voice chat with another user. This is an effective way to practice. Learn at least one new word every day and use it as a part of your conversation with people. By the end of the week, you should know seven words really well. Learn new words everyday Read at least one article of your choice aloud every day. Watch English movies with subtitles. Watch English shows. Read books and magazines. Keep a pocket dictionary handy for any word you may need to know the meaning of. When you hear a new word, try to find its usage and its antonyms. Best of luck!

Know Your English Language Skills and Abilities

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Know your abilities and skills in English Language. Discover your Abilities, Grow and Enhance your personality Discover yourself.

Let us guide you through the Ticket to Work Program! We currently have four Employment Specialists dedicated to helping you reach your goals toward self-sufficiency.

Some of the one-on-one, personal services we currently offer include:
Career counseling
Cover letter and resume assistance
Job search assistance
Interview preparation
Benefits planning referral
Job retention services
Job accommodation planning

With the proper resources, we believe your abilities and potential are limitless. Our Employment Specialists work directly with a Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor who is also a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor to provide you with the resources necessary for you to succeed in the workforce as a self-sufficient individual. In order to reach your success, our services are most appropriate for people who:
Have access to a computer and the internet
Have access to a telephone
Have access to a printer
Are willing to dedicate the time necessary to the job search
Are motivated to make things happen for themselves
Want to earn enough to eventually come off of benefits and be self-sufficient

By joining us in working with the Ticket to Work program, you partner with us in providing the best services to you to assure success. Unfortunately, we are currently not able to accept applicants who are enrolled in classes or interested in a virtual or telecommuting position. Some of the benefits the Ticket to Work program provides are:

A Trial Work Period where you can see if you are able to work without risking losing your benefits
Medical reviews are suspended while you are meeting the requirements of the Ticket to Work program
Medicare & Medicaid can be maintained for an extended period of time

If you are ready to Discover Your Ability and meet an Employment Specialist, please click the Application tab above so we can get you started! We look forward to working with you to reach your goals!

What is Dyslexia

What parts of our brain light up when we read? How does the brain of a child with dyslexia work differently? In this video, Guinevere Eden, PhD, walks us through dyslexia and the brain: which parts of our brain we use when we read, how our brains change when we learn to read, and the difference that a successful dyslexia intervention can make in brain function. Plus, find out if these brain differences indicate dyslexia strengths: things that people with dyslexia can do better than their peers. Then learn more about dyslexia and the brain at u.org/dyslexia.

What is Understanding?

What Is Understanding? A Deeper Look
What is understanding? When students attain understanding, what have they achieved? One could
hardly ask a more basic question toward building a pedagogy of understanding. If the aim is a way of
thinking about teaching and learning that puts understanding up front on center stage most of the time,
we had better know what we are aiming at.
Knowledge, skill, and understanding are the stock in trade of education. Most teachers show a
vigorous commitment to all three. Everyone wants students to emerge from schooling or other learning
experiences with a good repertoire of knowledge, well-developed skills, and an understanding of the
meaning, significance, and use of what they have studied. So it’s worth asking what conception of
knowledge, skill, and understanding underwrites what happens in classrooms among teachers and
students to foster these attainments.
For knowledge and skill, a rough answer comes readily enough. Knowledge is information on tap.
We feel assured a student has knowledge when the student can reproduce it when asked. The student
can tell us what Magellan did, where Pakistan lies, what the Magna Carta was for, what Newton’s first
law of motion is. And if knowledge is information on tap, skills are routine performances on tap. We
find out whether the skills are present by turning the tap. To know whether a student writes with good
grammar and spelling, sample the student’s writing. To check arithmetic skills, give a quiz or assign a
problem set.
But understanding proves more subtle. Certainly it does not reduce to knowledge. Understanding
what Magellan did or what Newton’s first law means calls for more than just reproducing information.
Understanding also is more than a routine well-automatized skill. The student who deftly solves physics
problems or writes paragraphs with topic sentences may not understand much about physics, writing,
or what’s being written about at all. While knowledge and skill can be translated as information and
routine performance on tap, understanding slips by these simple standards.
So what is understanding? In a phrase, understanding is the ability to think and act flexibly with
what one knows. To put it another way, an understanding of a topic is a “flexible performance capability”
with emphasis on the flexible. In keeping with this, learning for understanding is like learning a flexible
performance—more like learning to improvise jazz or hold a good conversation or rock climb than
learning the multiplication table or the dates of the presidents or F=MA. Learning facts can be a crucial
backdrop to learning for understanding, but learning facts is not learning for understanding.
Active Learning Practices for School and Junior College Students.

ASSESSMENTDOTSPACE

Assessment
əˈsɛsmənt/
noun
  1. the action of assessing someone or something.
    “the assessment of educational needs”
    synonyms: evaluationjudgement, gauging, ratingestimationappraisalopinionanalysis

     

    Translations of assessment
    noun= मूल्यांकन=moolyaankan
    मूल्यांकन
    evaluationassessmentappraisaldiagnosisnoticesend-off
    लगान
    impositionassessment
    निर्धारण
    DeterminationassessmentFixationallocationassigndemarcation
    कर निर्धारण
    assessmentTax assessment
    मूल्य निर्धारण
    assessmentDetermination of valueevaluationprice determination

     

    Translations of assessment
    noun=تقدير = taqdir
    تقدير
    estimateratingassessmentappreciationestimationrespect
    تخمين
    guessspeculationestimatevaluationassessmentestimation
    تقدير القيمة
    assessment
    القيمة الضريبية المقدرة
    assessment

    Definitions of assessment
    the evaluation or estimation of the nature, quality, or ability of someone or something.
    the assessment of educational needs
    synonyms: evaluation, judgment, rating, estimation, appraisal, analysis, opinion; valuation, appraisal, calculation, costing, pricing, estimate
    Synonyms
    evaluation, judgment, rating, estimation, appraisal, analysis, opinion
    valuation, appraisal, calculation, costing, pricing, estimate
    appraisal
    judgment

YOU CAN SHAPE YOUR LIFE

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Date: 19th August 2018, Sunday
Seminar Time: 9:00am to 7:00pm (Registration Time: 8:00am to 9:00am)

VENUE: Vivanta by Taj, Hyderabad, 1-10-147 148, Begumpet, Hyderabad, Telangana 500016.

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