Three Things Teachers Shouldn’t Do to Get Ready for the New School Year

As a teacher, I always come across various articles on what I should do before school starts. But rarely anything ever tells us what we shouldn’t do. Because when we don’t do things that take away our energy and time, we more productive. So here are three things about what we shouldn’t do before a…

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21 Reasons Why the English Language is So Confusing

The effects of the current lockdown on people have been quite varied. Some people are finding this as a good time to build on themselves through engaging in various activities and hobbies, reading and just spending more time with family. And then there are others who are dreading this lockdown as they are shut from…

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A NASA scientist’s incredible animation shows how dinosaurs roamed the Earth on the other side of the Milky Way galaxy – Businessinsider India

Something interesting I read today. Click here to view it. Happy Sunday!

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Another Proverb This Week #3

An idle mind is the devil’s workshop. It means that evil thoughts enter a person’s brain when he remains idle. A person who sits and lazes around without doing any fruitful work is called an idle man. A person should always keep himself occupied with some fruitful work . If she/he spends too much time…

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Snippet of Wisdom #6

Another snippet from “The 5 am Club” by Robin Sharma. Remember, every professional was once an amateur, and every master started as a beginner. Ordinary people can accomplish extraordinary feats, once they’ve routinized the right habits. Actually, this entire page is brilliant. But the above part sort of summed it all up. Here’s the entire…

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Helen Keller- The Movie

Many of my children had asked me how Ms. Sullivan taught Helen to communicate when she couldn’t see or hear. I think this movie explains it best. It’s called “The Miracle Worker”. Click here to watch the movie. While I was watching the movie, I felt that there was something to take away by the…

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Things You Notice When You Return to a Big City After a Road Trip

I love road trips! They are tiring, painful and yet somehow fun. During a road trip, I either get lost in my own world or become too observant. Here are some things I noticed on my return to my city New Delhi after a road trip along some of the smaller areas of my country.…

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18 Grammatical Errors Even Smart People Make

Language can be a tricky business sometimes, especially when we have been hearing and watching the wrong thing without someone correcting it. Fortunately, with a little caution, we can always undo the mistakes that have become a part of our learning. Therefore, here’s a list of some common errors even adults make. Article Do try…

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14 Things That Will Happen When You are Studying along with a Job

Here’s a list of some silly and serious things that happen while we are juggling between our jobs and being student.

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100 Followers!

This seemed surreal when it happened! It sure took its time. But to be quite honest, I did leave blogging for a couple of months after initially starting. Thank you to everyone who has been part of this amazing journey! I can’t thank you enough for the support. I firstly want to thank my school…

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Word of the Day- August 7, 2019 and Special Mention

Don’t you collaborate almost everyday in school? So do you have any interesting stories to share of the time you collaborated? How did the work turn out to be? Do you like collaborating? Do you think it’s important? I think we must congratulate the person who contributed this word. It’s none other than… Ananya Goel…

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Drawing Inferences- Practice Exercises

Drawing Inference is a skill that good readers always use. Here are some exercises to help you practice this skill. In case you want to watch videos on what this skill is about, click here. (There are some online quizzes in the previous blog post too.) The exercises given below keep getting tougher as you…

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How Blogging is Helping Me to Become a Better Teacher

There are still some misconceptions about blogging as teachers. Here is a blog post to tell you how despite being an additional responsibility, blogging can be an aid to the teaching-learning process, rather than a chore or hinderance.

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