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There are good stories in this diary that are good morals, motivating and inspiring. Spend a few moments looking around, getting your favourite drink and sunbathing in the heat of these wonderful stories. Story List: Real stories: It'?s a soldier's story: I' m getting many inquiries for more stories, so if you're still looking for more, please go to the archives page, which contains a complete listing of all the stories available on my diary.
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Learn English through stories
A co-author of the Fun For range, she is an expert Cambridge Assessment English advisor. She examines how stories can be used to make young people's linguistic skills useful and catchy. When I was a kid, I liked to sit on my grandfather's knee while he was reading stories to me. When I was a kid, I didn't realize that when I heard the stories, I also learned new words and ways to combine these new words to convey realities.
We are encouraged by a good tale to turn the next page and continue on. You can be upset, unhappy, anxious, angry or really lucky. That is because the fact that having the opportunity to hear or hear a tale makes us much more likely to be part of the tale.
As in our'real' life, we could be loving or hating different people in the game. It is this innate sensitivity to the character that makes our minds deal with stories differently than facts. Therefore, the words and textures relating to the happenings, description and conversation of a history are dealt with in this more profound way.
The encouragement to hear or hear stories should therefore help your baby to study a second tongue in a way that is not only enjoyable but also catchy. Let's take a brief look at how to acquire words within a subject or history. Do you think it is more likely that you want to recall AND keep going with the first or second text?
You can consider issues like these when selecting history textbooks in the second language: Is it easy for your kid to relate to the key personalities? Do you think the activities will interest and inspire, frighten or entertain your children to encourage them to read more? Isn' the history a reasonable length - not too long, not too long?
Do you think your kid will like the look - the fonts, the title, the amount of text on each page? To make sure your kid gets the most out of stories, you should also check the history's linguistic proficiency. Are the languages similar to those that your baby could use in his or her native tongue?
But of course, stories are not only an excellent reading tool for young readers. It is also an excellent way to discuss history. If you are a parental figure, you can help your children to describe their favorite character, part of the film. Your creativeness can be fostered by creating new stories or even by creating your own stories.
When your kid hesitates to study or has little faith in his literacy skills, you can help him by telling him the tale, pausing where necessary and asking a question such as "What will be next? Unconsciously, when you are relaxing and entertaining in your readings to your kids, they will become more confident and positive about the literacy and speak.
It is also a nice way to be recited by a mother and father for whatever it is. Experiencing how to hear or hear a tale allows us to flee our own life for a while and to enjoy another life in an entertaining and secure way.
The same magic adventure can be used to learn a gold mine of speech, so encouraging your kid to tell stories in both his second and first languages!