Homonyms are words which are spelt or pronounced the same, but have different meanings. Nobody’s perfect, and at some point in their life almost everyone has got two or more words mixed up. Here’s a few of the most common mix ups.
WHAT IS THE MEDWAY ELEVEN PLUS? In order for a student to join a Medway grammar school, they will need to pass the Medway 11+. The Medway 11+ is a separate examination to the Kent Test, and the two are not the same. If you currently live outside of Medway, but would like your child […]
In this video blog, Richard McMunn from How2Become.com will teach you how to write a CV, and in particular, a brilliant one that lands you that all-important interview.
If you’re taking an essay-based A-Level subject such as English Literature, History, Geography, or Religious Studies, then you need to be able to write killer essays. Essays are used in exams to judge how well a candidate can convey and expand on their ideas, and so it’s extremely important that you know how to write […]
Competition for paramedic roles is fiercely competitive. For every opportunity, you can expect that there will be hundreds of other applicants fighting for the same position as you. With this in mind, it’s essential that you can give yourself the maximum advantage when applying. A great way to do this, is to complete a paramedic […]
When you take your KS3 English examinations, you’ll be assessed not only on your ability to use grammar, punctuation and spelling, but also your ability to communicate via spoken English. In this blog, we’ll provide you with some top tips on how to improve your English speaking skills, via body language. English Speaking Skills: Assessment […]
If you’re a student with dyslexia, you might find it difficult to write essays and assignments. In a previous post, we looked at the first 5 steps for writing an assignment with dyslexia. You can find that here: Writing Assignments With Dyslexia – Studying With Dyslexia. Let’s take a look at 5 more steps for […]
In order to work as a teacher, you will need at least one of two fundamental qualifications. You can either qualify via the QTS qualification (Qualified Teacher Status) or the QTLS qualification (Qualified Teacher Learning and Skills). Once you have achieved one or both of these, you’ll go on to complete an NQTS (Newly Qualified […]
If you’re studying at school or university and have dyslexia, you might find it difficult. So, we’ve created a step-by-step plan for students writing assignments with dyslexia. Step 1 – Write Down Ideas – Writing Assignments With Dyslexia Before collecting your research or making notes, it’s time to get your initial thoughts about the question […]
If you have dyslexia, then there are many methods that you can employ to assist your reading, with considerations to make before you start a reading task, during a reading task, and indeed afterwards. So, let’s get straight into discussing what you should do before you go about reading something for your studies. Before You […]