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Kids love rhymes! From a tender age, they show an affinity towards sing-song nursery rhymes. Some kids even start reciting rhymes before they learn to speak. Does your preschooler know the classic rhymes well? Find out with these free, printable reading worksheet for preschoolers. Watch out for the twist in the tale in this fun rhyming worksheet for kids ! Note - Parents will need to assist the young ones as this worksheet involves reading sentences.

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Kids love rhymes! From a tender age, they show an affinity towards sing-song nursery rhymes. Some kids even start reciting rhymes before they learn to speak. Does your preschooler know the classic rhymes well? Find out with these free, printable reading worksheet for preschoolers. Watch out for the twist in the tale in this fun rhyming worksheet for kids ! Note - Parents will need to assist the young ones as this worksheet involves reading sentences.

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In this day and age there seems to be a move towards secondary school subjects which have a strong link to a tertiary course of study. For that reason, some parents and some students feel that the compulsory study of English Literature, especially among the international syllabuses offered in the majority of Hong Kong’s International schools, is misguided and disadvantageous to students, particularly if they are second language learners of English. However, there are still good reasons for the study of English Literature.

Students who study only English Language, with its emphasis on reading and writing skills, sometimes fail to see the point of studying English literature, especially if they have no plans to study English or Translation at university. But English literature can introduce students to a range of aspects, not only of the English language but also of English culture.

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Kids love rhymes! From a tender age, they show an affinity towards sing-song nursery rhymes. Some kids even start reciting rhymes before they learn to speak. Does your preschooler know the classic rhymes well? Find out with these free, printable reading worksheet for preschoolers. Watch out for the twist in the tale in this fun rhyming worksheet for kids ! Note - Parents will need to assist the young ones as this worksheet involves reading sentences.

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In this day and age there seems to be a move towards secondary school subjects which have a strong link to a tertiary course of study. For that reason, some parents and some students feel that the compulsory study of English Literature, especially among the international syllabuses offered in the majority of Hong Kong’s International schools, is misguided and disadvantageous to students, particularly if they are second language learners of English. However, there are still good reasons for the study of English Literature.

Students who study only English Language, with its emphasis on reading and writing skills, sometimes fail to see the point of studying English literature, especially if they have no plans to study English or Translation at university. But English literature can introduce students to a range of aspects, not only of the English language but also of English culture.

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Online College Courses has published a great list of 50 Classic Plays Every Student Should Read that should prove interesting reading for visitors of The Drama Teacher.

Divided into Greek, Shakespeare, older classics, modern era and newer classics, the list (numbered in no particular order of priority) includes wonderful plays like Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? , A Streetcar Named Desire , King Lear , The Playboy of the Western World , A Raisin in the Sun , Equus, Waiting for Godot and Lysistrata .

A list such as this will no doubt create debate. What’s your favourite play? Can you think of any plays that should be on the list, but aren’t?


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