Teaching English for Poor Kids

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(Published in President University Newsletter in 2004)
Mohammad Reiza

Children are the next generation of human race. That is, therefore, education is very significant for them in order to build high-standard qualified children to continue the development throughout the world. To facilitate them in improving one of important skills to face the globalization era, on March 13, 2004 students of President University established an English course for them, free of charge. Furthermore, some volunteer teachers teach them every Saturday afternoon at 3:00 – 4:30 p.m. in the third floor of President University main campus. The classes are divided based on their ages so there are classes for children aged 5-7 years old and also children aged 8-11 years. That is taken in order to get optimum result of our three months English program. Our program’s priority is how to teach children English and make it fun besides we use international standard of English teaching methodology to get real result of it. We are going to work together with UNICEF to introduce this program to all children in other parts of the world because this is part of planning our children’s future.

About Mohammad Reiza

I first started blogging on wordpress in November 2006 that you can find at mohammadreiza.com and later in January 2007 I added another blog at reizamohammad.wordpress.com and I just recently added another blog in May 2013 at reizamonologues.wordpress.com

One response »

  1. I hear at Philipines have a high school to very short time to finished the study. Just 1 year. Would you please tell me where they are?
    I’m sorry my English not so good
    thanks

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