Finding an excellent grade 7 Online English tutor might be difficult due to the fact that the demand is increasing for such professionals. So Edugraff will always be willing to provide English home tuition for class 8 students.
In Online English Tutoring for class 7, Stories, from varied cultures, like ‘The three Questions’ by Leo Tolstoy, comic book stories (courtesy; Amar Chitra Katha), ‘A Bicycle in Good Repair’ by Jerome K. Jerome, ‘A Gift of Chappals’ by Vasantha Surya, more, followed by a poem each, work around values that enrich life and create an interest for reading, owing to the master storytellers. All the lessons are sprinkled with quick recap sections to refresh the story.
An Alien Hand, has stories with animals as protagonists and other narratives which make the reader connect with nature, space and human behaviour.
While Online English Tutoring for class 7, the teachers of Edugraff link all literature with grammar topics. This is done because language cannot be absorbed in isolation only with grammatical concepts. Application is the best way to understand and grasp spoken and comprehension aspects of a language. Role plays help students to relate with the story and increase their arena of understanding and imagination.
Reading stories and poems written by authors from across the globe gives a perspective to students which is unmatched. They learn about different cultures, their customs and traditions. Stories with animals lend a magical experience which stays in the memory and psyche for a long time instilling a love for all creations of nature.
1. Why are there two books?
The only way to learn the English language is by surrounding yourself with it. Which means the more you read and listen to it the better you become at speaking and writing it. The two books have a rich collection of interesting stories which are brought together to create an interest in reading.
2. What is the best way to improve language skills?
The best teacher of a language is a book. Make a schedule and target to read something daily. Borrow books from your school library, subscribe to some good reading websites (many are free or very cost effective) and get into the habit of reading the news every day. Learning a language must be supplemented with an idea bank, which can be easily developed by keeping abreast with current affairs.