Two techniques to help with spelling (especially for those trying to overcome dyslexia).
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We often speak about SMART (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, Timely/Timebound) goal setting.
But for people dealing with ADHD or dyslexia, it is wise to bring up the idea of short term goals as precursor. 220 more words
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I did something rather unthinkable in my last post – I consciously took a break. This was an anti-example of my post on the Asian Financial Crisis and Japan’s Lost Decade (bursting of its property bubble). 596 more words
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I can safely say that the two authors – Phil Thornton and Paul Knott are about the clearest and most engaging authors on the subject(s) to the extent of my reading. 493 more words
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Oh do have a go at this site that aims to make Language (and other types of learning) as enjoyable as possible!
It’s called Neophyte Writers (also using WordPress)!
1 month ago
Well, this is one of those moments where I never expected teaching English to be so fun!
My knowledge and experience in writing had been limited more to alliteration, apt vocabulary and the use of punctuation. 64 more words
Brief note – for preliminary research – from Epilepsy Society UK (The National Society for Epilepsy – registered charity number: 206186)
The society with inputs from Dr Sofia Ericsson of UCL Institute of Neurology put up a page of the same name. 30 more words