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 **آغاز ثبت نام پیش دبستان و دبستان سال تحصیلی 95-94** **به سایت پیش دبستان و دبستان دخترانه مبتکر اندیشمند(تیزهوشان*هوشمند*دوزبانه) خوش آمدید**

حدیث هفته
 

 

امام صادق علیه السلام فرمودند:

خداوند روزه را واجب کرده تا بدین وسیله دارا و ندار (غنی و فقیر) مساوی گردند.

 

 

 

اخبار روز

 

 - برگزاری اردوی علمی و تفریحی پدران و دختران (باب دُخت) ویژه پایه چهارم و سوم روز دوشنبه مورخ94/03/04

- برگزاری اردوی علمی و تفریحی پدران و دختران (باب دُخت) ویژه پایه اول روز یکشنبه مورخ 94/03/03

- برگزاری اردوی علمی و تفریحی پدران و دختران (باب دُخت) ویژه پایه دوم و پنجم روز شنبه مورخ 94/03/02

- برگزاری جشن الفبای دانش آموزان پایه اول روز دوشنبه مورخ 94/02/28 راس ساعت 15 الی 17

- برگزاری جشن پایان سال نوآموزان پیش دبستان روز دوشنبه مورخ 94/02/28 راس ساعت 12 الی 14

- برگزاری اردوی علمی و تفریحی مادران و دختران (مام دُخت) روز یکشنبه مورخ 94/02/27

 

سخن روز

 

امام رضا علیه السلام فرموند:

مردم به انجام روزه امر شده اند تا درد گرسنگی و تشنگی را بفهمند و به واسطه آن فقر و بیچارگی آخرت را بیابند.

 

 

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The Short Discussions for advanced learners of English

 

State your opinion about the following statement.

 

 

1.Indifference is a great threat to the future. What’s  your idea about this viewpoint?

 

2.I’m so lucky to be born. What about you?

 

3.What is your imaginary world like?

 

4.Every change is good. Do you agree with this point of view?

 

5.If you need a favor, ask a busy man; others don’t have time. Can you explain this statement?

 

6.If you  wish to be happy, make someone happy everyday. How far do you agree?

 

7.In general, we should forgive and forget. Is it possible?

 

8.Never let people see you falling apart. Do you agree with this statement?

 

9.One of my students  once said that learning is an investment, not an expense. I totally agree with her. How about you?

 

10.Don’t be afraid of making mistakes, but don’t repeat  old mistakesTo what extent do you agree with this sentence?

 

 

How young children learn English as another language

 

By Opal Dunn, educational consultant and author

Introduction

Young children are natural language acquirers; they are self-motivated to pick up language without conscious learning, unlike adolescents and adults. They have the ability to imitate pronunciation and work out the rules for themselves. Any idea that learning to talk in English is difficult does not occur to them unless it’s suggested by adults, who themselves probably learned English academically at a later age through grammar-based text books.

  • Young children who acquire language rather than consciously learn it, as older children and adults have to, are more likely to have better pronunciation and feel for the language and culture. When monolingual children reach puberty and become more self-conscious, their ability to pick up language diminishes and they feel they have to consciously study English through grammar-based programmes. The age at which this change occurs depends greatly on the individual child’s developmental levels as well as the expectations of their society.

Stages in picking up English

Spoken language comes naturally before reading and writing.

Silent period
When babies learn their home language, there is a ‘silent period’, when they look and listen and communicate through facial expression or gestures before they begin to speak. When young children learn English, there may be a similar ‘silent period’ when communication and understanding may take place before they actually speak any English words.

During this time parents should not force children to take part in spoken dialogue by making them repeat words. Spoken dialogues should be one-sided, the adult’s talk providing useful opportunities for the child to pick up language. Where the adult uses parentese (an adjusted form of speech) to facilitate learning, the child may use many of the same strategies they used in learning their home language.

Beginning to talk
After some time, depending on the frequency of English sessions, each child (girls often more quickly than boys) begins to say single words (‘cat’, ‘house’) or ready-made short phrases (‘What’s that?’, ‘It’s my book’, ‘I can’t’, ‘That’s a car’, ‘Time to go home’) in dialogues or as unexpected statements. The child has memorised them, imitating the pronunciation exactly without realising that some may consist of more than one word. This stage continues for some time as they child picks up more language using it as a short cut to dialogue before they are ready to create their own phrases.

Building up English language
Gradually children build up phrases consisting of a single memorised word to which they add words from their vocabulary (‘a dog’, ‘a brown dog’, ‘a brown and black dog’) or a single memorised language to which they add their own input (‘That’s my chair’, ‘Time to play’). Depending on the frequency of exposure to English and the quality of experience, children gradually begin to create whole sentences.

Language-learning environments

Young children find it more difficult to pick up English if they are not provided with the right type of experiences, accompanied by adult support using ‘parentese’ techniques.

  • Young children need to feel secure and know that there is some obvious reason for using English.
  • Activities need to be linked to some interesting everyday activities about which they already know, eg sharing an English picture book, saying a rhyme in English, having an ‘English’ snack.
  • Activities are accompanied by adult language giving a running commentary about what is going on and dialogues using adjusted parentese language.
  • English sessions are fun and interesting, concentrating on concepts children have already understood in their home language. In this way children are not learning two things, a new concept as well as new language, but merely learning the English to talk about something they already know.
  • Activities are backed up by specific objects, where possible, as this helps understanding and increases general interest.

 

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Hello! It’s Maryam Talebi from Andishmand (English Department)

 

I hope that you’ve had a chance to check out Andishmand Website, of course English part!

You might have noticed that there is a lot of content here to help you improve your English fluency and accuracy.

Here are some suggestions for how to get the most out of your studies:

1.Learn 2 English sentences per day. (= every day)

It’s important not to try to learn too many at once. Instead of learning a lot, try to learn deeply.

Don’t worry about the order! It doesn’t matter which sentence you learn first. Just pick whatever you’re interested in.

 

2.Repeat them until you’ve memorized them.

The goal is to memorize each sentence. You do that by repeating it again and again until it gets stuck in your brain.

Don’t worry about understanding every word and phrase in the sentence. You should understand the whole meaning (comprehension). And try to remember it and imagine yourself in the situation that’s described.

              

 

Two mathematic(al) riddles

The first one:

If you cut or fold this picture from the dotted line, the two parts will cover each other totally.

What’s the name of this line?

 

 

 

 

Now, are you ready for another one?!!

 

I have 4 sides and 4 angles, but I am not a rectangle or square.

 

I can be... Or … .

 

 

 

 

 

Say and get prize.

You know, knowledge is power!

 

                  

 

Interesting Facts You never knew

 

(about animals)

 

When hippos are upset, their sweet turns red.

 

 

The owl is the only bird to drop its upper eyelid to wink, all other birds raise their lower eyelids.

 

 

 

 

Bats always turn left when exiting a cave.

 

 

 

 

        

 

 

*Here are some conversational sentence (different levels) for improving your speaking and comprehension of English.

*Please study completely and attentively thanks.

 

First Friends 1

           

  

 

                 

 First Friends 2

          

                 

 

 

 

First Friends 3


 

      
 

 

              

 


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