Category Archives: Langauge and Literature
The United Nations General Assembly declared, in a resolution sponsored by the United Kingdom and Costa Rica in 1982, September 21st as an International Day of Peace, in order to commemorateand strengthen the ideals of peace among all nations and people.
The IB does not offer moderation or monitoring of assessment for samples in non-official languages, for rather obvious logistical reasons. However, for our Language A and Language B teachers of Bahasa Indonesia this means that they do not get valuable … Continue reading
When I first started teaching overseas, as part of the students community and service requirements I took a group of students to a poor local Thai school to teach English. The students had several activities mapped out to help them … Continue reading
Not sure I agree with this article. Lost in translation January 29, 2012Opinion AS SCHOOL returns for 2012, there are now more students learning Latin than Chinese. Once we take out Chinese-born students and those who speak Mandarin at home, … Continue reading
Native vs non-native English teachers To speak the global language has been an ultimate priority of Indonesian parents living in several cities nowadays. They highly expect their children to speak English flawlessly. Therefore, they send their children to private schools … Continue reading
Today is National Awakening Day in Indonesia and to celebrate in the MPR at 1.40pm at Global Jaya Int’l School we are launching the first of Inef’s Indonesian Folklore Story Books that she has had published. Middle school students at … Continue reading
Whether they’re mastering scientific vocabulary, writing poems, or analyzing presidential speeches, students are immersed in words. Encourage lively conversation about words with the help of tools that turn text into visual displays. Wordle (wordle.net) is a free tool that turns … Continue reading