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Oral Proficiency | Formative Assessment Activity in English

August 23, 2013
Oral Proficiency | Formative Assessment Activity in English

Oral proficiency in English is a skill which will enable students to clearly communicate, connect with people and put their points across during any conversation or interaction in English in real-life situations. The formative assessment in English for CBSE students for class 9 and class 11 have an oral proficiency component which has been...
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Introduction to Fractions

August 12, 2013
Introduction to Fractions

Have you been to a birthday recently and had a share of the birthday cake with your friends?  Imagine that the cake was cut into 10 pieces and you got 1 piece.   This means that you got 1/10 of the birthday cake.  What about chocolate bars?  Have you shared an Amul or Cadbury chocolate...
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Informal Letter Writing Example for Middle School Students

August 8, 2013
Informal Letter Writing Example for Middle School Students

Imagine that your best friend who has been studying with you in the same school for the past 3 years moves to another city.  One wonderful way of keeping in touch besides the mobile phone is through letter writing.   Earlier, it was the hand-written letters brought to you through the postman that helped you...
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Importance of Forests | Effects of Deforestation

August 7, 2013
Importance of Forests | Effects of Deforestation

Pollution, climate change and the massive upheaval due to rapid industrialization and mining has resulted in the reduction of rich forest land.  Sadly, we have taken the forests for granted unlike certain indigenous communities who have been forced into extinction.   The movie Avatar beautifully portrays the environmental upheaval and destruction that can ensue due...
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Highest Common Factor (HCF) with Example | Greatest Common Factor |Prime Factorization Method

August 2, 2013
Highest Common Factor (HCF) with Example | Greatest Common Factor |Prime Factorization Method

The highest common factor (HCF) or the greatest common factor (GCF) is the highest of the common factors in a set of given numbers. What is a factor in the first place?  Factors can be defined as numbers which when multiplied together give another number. For example: 2  x  5  = 10 Here 2...
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