Rethinking the way children learn English for examinations and beyond.
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The Shakespeare and Charles Dickens of the world all had to start somewhere and it would be inspiring to know that the famed author Ray Bradbury started writing at the age of 11 during the Great Depression no less! Even if your child doesn’t aspire to be the next best-selling author on the New York Times, there is much to be acquired from learning how to write creatively at a young age.
English as a language has a global reach and is now considered a global lingua franca, clear communication in the English language is now an essential skill in this connected world we live in. What’s more, our nation’s standing as a first-world country has placed a stronger emphasis on the importance of speaking and writing in Standard English, making a stable foundation in the early growing-up years of your child a critical necessity.
Find out more about improving your child’s English language in August-October issue of little.