How to Improve Literacy in the Speech?

The man who does not read has no advantage over the man who cannot read

Mark Twain

A cultured person is always easy to separate from the crowd, because his features are decent behavior, well-groomed appearance, and competent speech. As for the latter, it is important to say that more and more people in conversations build sentences in wrong way, mangle words, and use obscene language. Moreover, dealing with such people, people with the correct speech over time lose their skills. To prevent this, the tireless work on yourself must be performed. Continue reading

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Full-time or Part-time Form of Education?

Soon schools will start the final exams, graduation marks and the graduates and their parents face the question of what to do next. Many choose to go to college to pursue higher education, occupation. Which form is better to choose? In order to make the right choice, the applicant should know the basic differences between full-time and part-time courses, their pros and cons.

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As students say, those who do not study in full-time education do not know all the charms of student life. Continue reading

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The Most Expensive Courses

Etiquette is the ceremonial code of polite life, more voluminous and minute in each portion of society according to its rank.

John Ramsay McCulloch

True ladies and gentlemen should be able to find a way out of all the situations, in which a person may be, follow the rules of good manners and always look perfect. They have to know the rules of etiquette. And what is the purpose of the rules of conduct and knowledge of etiquette? People should not trouble each other, disturb, launch an offensive to each other and discombobulate each other. The person should be able to respect him and others. Therefore, every parent tries to instill to own child the well-bred behavior, and some even give them away to a special school for young ladies and gentlemen. One of the best such schools is in the UK.

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Marks or Knowledge?

Knowledge has to be improved, challenged, and increased constantly, or it vanishes.

Peter F. Drucker

 

1Any person’s work shall be rewarded. Training at school for a child is his first step of work with the stipulated compensation – evaluation. And the better the child copes with his “work responsibilities”, the higher the score. The mark is not only a fair reward, but sadly also “a stick in the wheels”.

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Business Modeling at the Lesson or Business Activities in the Learning Process

The strength of the team is each individual member. The strength of each member is the team.

Phil Jackson

Business games are still exotic in the educational process. Perhaps only specialized classes practice their use, and this becomes a great base for nurturing young entrepreneurs. Of course, the students will not soon apply their knowledge and developments in practice, but today a school that is inextricably linked with the realities and social changes can and should help the student to know what business is and what its role in society is. No need to be a student of the elite business class or be engaged in special courses to try yourself at business games and business simulations. There are several options for implementing business lessons in the school process.

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Academic Degree – The Moral Component

A British-born American theoretical physicist and mathematician, famous for his work in quantum electrodynamics, solid-state physics, astronomy and nuclear engineering Freeman Dyson thinks about “the PhD system is the real root of the evil of academic snobbery. People who have PhDs consider themselves priesthood, and inventors generally don’t have PhDs”.

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Globalization of Modern Education

Accordingly, globalization is not only something that will concern and threaten us in the future, but something that is taking place in the present and to which we must first open our eyes.

Ulrich Beck (German sociologist)

Globalization is seen as a process of international, economic, political and cultural integration. Cultural globalization is characterized by convergence of business and consumer culture between different countries, the widespread use of foreign languages (especially English) for international communication, the growth of international tourism, the growth of the Internet use, became not only a universal means of communication, but an increasingly recognized tool for teaching and scientific activities. It is clear that education cannot stand aside from the overall integration, standardization and convergence between the different countries of the world. Here the word “global” defines the main purpose of the educational system to train highly skilled professionals to solve the world’s problems.

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