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Literature Study Guides: Supplements NOT Substitutes!

Literature Study Guides: Supplements NOT Substitutes!

Think you can skip the book and go straight to the literature study guides or CliffsNotes? Not so fast! Check out tutor Matthew H.'s advice here...   Many high school and college students will use some form of literature study guides during their schooling. These can be really useful tools when implemented appropriately. Unfortunately, too many people view them as a way to avoid doing the assignment rather than as a way to understand the material better. First of all, let’s dis … Read More

Literature Study Guides: Supplements NOT Substitutes!
Think you can skip the book and go straight to the literature study guides or CliffsNotes? Not so fast! Check out tutor Matthew H.'s advice here...   Many high school and college students will use some form of literature study guides during their schooling. These can be really useful tools when implemented appropriately. Unfortunately, too many people view them as a way to avoid doing the assignment rather than as a way to understand the material better. First of all, let’s dis
Here’s the Secret to Finding “Hidden” Time for Your Hobbies
"If you had an extra hour in your day, how would you spend your time?" Your answer to that question can tell you a lot about yourself, and it's fun to think about. But the reality is: 24 hours is all you get. (Sorry!) You can't quit your job. You can't ignore family commitments and responsibilities. If you want to learn a new skill, improve your current talents, or work toward a big learning goal, it's up to you to make that happen. So how do you balance that with a busy schedule?
Want to Really Transform Your Writing? Here's How
Writing is a hobby that allows you to express your creativity through the word choices you make to portray your thoughts. Whether you are only interested in pursuing writing as a hobby, or you dream about making money from your skills by writing a book or doing freelance writing work, online writing groups are an excellent tool for improving your skills. Below are just a few of the things you can gain by actively participating in an online writing group. Feedback from Other Writers When you
Do You Know the Absolute Best Book to Read for Practicing a Language?
There are so many different ways to learn a language. It's good to have some guidance on which is the best! In this article, we'll explain why one beloved book series is the best to way to learn a language...   Language learning doesn't have to be boring. It's not all about reading textbooks and completing workbooks. It's much like a quest; you have to discover the feel, rhythm, and nuances of the language yourself. After all, some aspects are difficult to memorize and-- like our
20+ Reasons Why You Should Raise Your Child Bilingual
Did you know that the number of U.S. residents ages 5 and older who speak a language other than English has more than doubled in the past three decades? That’s right, more and more parents are raising bilingual children. Today’s parents are always trying to find ways to improve their children’s future, whether it’s placing them in early music classes or sending them to elite athletic camps. But did you ever think of getting your child language lessons? From improved social skills to dee

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