Zainab H. Sadriwala Heads the Department of English in a private Cambridge school in Karachi. She teaches the 1123 Paper of O Levels and is a member of the Cambridge Panel. She holds a Master's degree in Economics from the University of Karachi and a business degree from NUST-Pakistan. She has been teaching the English language for the past 15 years and has also devised the curriculum for English in her school. Teaching is her passion and loves to read and write.
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Exposure to a language is of prime importance if one intends to excel in it. Like every language, English needs to be practiced in all its integrated skills of reading, writing, speaking, and listening. Vocabulary has always been among a key component of language learning that teachers rely on. The following are 6 great ideas for developing vocabulary in English learners.Read more
Many schools are now reopening worldwide, however, there are many countries still grappling with the threat of the pandemic. School or no school, the following are a few ideas for parents to ensure their kids are reading and happily doing so.Read more
In this blog post, we discuss some of these useful methods and learn how we can incorporate them into our schools. This new model, merging virtual and physical teaching, will be termed under the umbrella of ‘hybrid classrooms’.Read more
Pakistan is the world's fifth-most populous country and a growing destination for EFL teachers looking for a new and unique experience. Here are 10 absolutely must-visit places in Punjab, northern Pakistan.Read more