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Like adults, children face a great deal of stress in their lives, especially during the school year. And as much as we want to tell them that we understand their stress because we went through the same thing, times change, and our experiences are not the same. 

We can empathize and try to understand, but that’s the best we can offer when comparing our stressful childhood events surrounding the school to theirs.

Why Take ESOL?

Wednesday, 09 November 2022 18:00

If English is not your first language, or you know someone whose first language is not English, and it’s becoming harder and harder to communicate for daily tasks, you may consider taking an ESOL course. 

ESOL stands for “English for Speakers of Other Languages,” and it has proven to be a very popular course. ESOL courses can be more than just a class for some individuals because they can improve the quality of their lives. It also helps individuals be able to communicate effectively to carry out everyday tasks. 

Crisp mornings, auburn leaves, and shorter days mean one thing- the holiday season is just around the corner. For parents, this is a notorious season of stress. There are gatherings to coordinate, an abundance of shopping to finish, and it truly wouldn’t be the holiday season without battling a crowd here and there. 

For students, however, this is a season filled with daily countdowns until school break and pure excitement. Once holiday-themed assignments are paired with the preparation for class parties, it becomes increasingly harder to keep students focused on their academics. 

What’s the Difference Between ESL & ESOL?

Monday, 05 September 2022 23:46

When it comes to learning English as a non-native speaker, you may be surprised by the number of available course types and terms used. You have probably heard of ESL (English as a Second Language) or ESOL (English to Speakers of Other Languages), but throw in EFL, ELL, and ESP, and there are a lot of potential options.