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AS families locked themselves indoors to prevent the spread of Covid-19, some did not rest on their laurels when it came to English language learning amid the movement control order (MCO).
A local drama teacher goes online to reach out to her students via rhymes and stories during the pandemic.
IF you have been following The Star’s Newspaper-in-Education (Star-NiE) column closely for the past few months, you would have gained a number of ideas and resources to keep English language learning alive at home amid the movement control order (MCO).
IT IS yesterday once more... No, I’m not harking back to the yesteryear Carpenters’ song that debuted in my then lifetime. I’m referring to real time yesterday – Malaysia’s Teacher Appreciation Day! Understandably, a muted public celebration this year, given the movement control order (MCO) clamp for the well-being of Malaysia.
There is no better time to pick up a foreign language than now, while you are housebound.
The headquarters of Dmytro Voloshyn's startup in the historic centre of Kiev is eerily quiet. But online, his business is busier than ever.
Babbel is opening up its language learning app to students and parents in the US for free, while much of the world waits out the Covid-19 lockdown at home.
CLASS Year Six Mutiara of SK Bandar Sri Damansara 3, Kuala Lumpur, bustled with activity. The pupils were to come up with ideas for a hypothetical Family Day carnival. Colouring contests, karaoke, musical chairs were some of the activities the pupils came up with to tackle the question from The Star’s education pullout Step Up.
UNIVERSITI Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) and Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia (USIM) are set to work together.