English Reading and Comprehension with ReadToMe Student Edition | Maharashtra

Maharashtra is on the path of an edtech transformation in terms of classroom and self-learning practices. ReadToMe School Edition has already made its mark in the state. As of now, nearly 4 million government school students in thousands of schools across all districts in the state have benefited from this English reading and comprehension program.  The next milestone in this […]

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A Note From an English Teacher: RightToRead

Abdul Salim is an English teacher at Sane Guruji Urdu Vidyalaya in Rahatekar Vadi in Nagpur. He has spent most of his life in the city, doing what he does best; teaching English to students. Salim is one of the 100,000 teachers from around the world who use ReadToMe® in their classrooms.  He was first introduced to the ReadToMe® software […]

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Goa Singapora | New Opportunities In Education

A note from the author: “Singapore is a small country undoubtedly, but a powerhouse in many ways. Without prejudice to local cultures, Singaporeans read and speak English. They island boasts 100% literacy and its education system ranks with the best in the world. A tourist haven and an economic miracle, Singapore is an example of how language and learning should […]

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The Power of Conversation

A note from the author: “The world is getting smaller as the footprint of the internet and telecommunication gets bigger. Increasingly, we need a common set of languages as we seek to converse with new people from different places. Let us learn English so that we can write and speak English in ways unique yet common. Spoken English that is […]

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Tongue and Cheek | Debating Pronunciations in English Language

A few weeks ago, my wife and I debated the pronunciation of the word ‘churlish’. Like most times she won; backed by Oxford English Language Dictionary. I accept her victory but am not ready to concede defeat – I quite like the way I say the word. Plus, I figure, everybody understands what I am saying, so what is the […]

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English Language | Education: an Essential Service

EnglishHelper and the English Language Our English language courses are designed with a keen understanding of our customers. We know that the English language is best learnt when it is in the context of the learners. Keeping this in mind, the content of each of our courses is designed to be relevant to their context and level. They can start […]

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Digital Education and the English Language

English Language Learning in the Digital World Across the globe, the RightToRead program is addressing challenges of basic literacy and reading. The Program’s mission is to spread the use of the English language and help people escape from the cycle of poverty. Since 2013, EnglishHelper has worked with Government schools in India and other countries to improve basic reading skills of students. […]

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English Language | Fiddle and Fire

EnglishHelper and The English Language We have always been engaged in using technology in to teach the English Language. They can start our programs at their level by taking an English test, which ensures more effective English learning and improvement in spoken English, reading, comprehension, fluency, and confidence. Our goal is to make our programs affordable, convenient, fun to use, […]

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Spoken English and India’s Reading Challenge

At EnglishHelper, we have always been obsessed with Education and the English language. Our Spoken English courses are designed with a keen understanding of our customers need. We believe that language is best learnt when it is in the context of the learners. Keeping this in mind, the content of each of our courses is designed to be relevant to […]

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