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In this article D. Annarathinam talks about reading corners - how they can be set up and used to create learning spaces for children.

Language is the most efficient source of communication and the English language tops the list. But many seem to face hurdles in the learning of English. This presentation is intended to encourage teachers to learn and teach English.

This presentation is intended to serve as a model for teachers to develop better lesson plans when dealing with the topic of nutrition and the components of food.

In the fourth issue of LLT, published in July 2013, read about reading aloud, using multilinguality as a classroom resource, pedagogical tools to check the language bias among teachers, and how to use learners’ responses as feedback for planning reteaching. Like other issues of LLT, this issue also comes with a range of articles, some book reviews, reports and classroom activities.

The third issue of LLT, brought out in January 2013, deals with multilingual classrooms and the bringing together of language and culture - 'Do Language Codes Affect Multilingualism'?, 'Designing Second Language Curriculum' and 'The Way Forward for English Language Teachers', among others. Also find book reviews, classroom activities and reports on language workshops.

The writer shares her experience of working with different library models and her thoughts on the power of a community-based library, while working with Eklavya, an organization in Bhopal...

This book explains the basic principles behind the current approach to mathematics. It has activities that children can do at home, in the grocery store and while in transit.

Here are some simple suggested activities for teaching adjectives.The activities help in creating an interactive and hands-on environment in the classroom that involve and motivate learners.

Why do we teach what we teach? Benjamin Bloom, in the 1950s, divided the educational objectives into three domains: Cognitive (knowing), Affective (feeling), and Psychomotor (doing). A goal of Bloom's Taxonomy is to motivate educators to focus on all three domains, creating a more holistic form of education. An attempt has been made here to demonstrate this holistic form through a lesson in social studies.

Here are some simple suggested activities for teaching verbs. The activities help in creating an interactive and hands-on environment in the classroom that involve and motivate learners. They also make the process of teaching/learning grammar more enjoyable and effective. 

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