Digital English Language Learning Market to reach $ 14.69 bn by 2024, EF Education First, Cengage Learning Inc., and Pearson Plc., emerge as Key Contributors to growth | Technavio Business Wire LONDON -- October 13, 2020 Technavio has been monitoring the Digital English Language Learning Market and it is poised to grow by USD 14.69 bn during 2020-2024, progressing at a CAGR of over 20% during the forecast period. The report offers an up-to-date analysis regarding the current market scenario, latest trends and drivers, and the overall market environment. This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20201013005194/en/ Technavio has announced its latest market research report titled Global Digital English Language Learning Market 2020-2024 (Graphic: Business Wire) Technavio has announced its latest market research report titled Global Digital English Language Learning Market 2020-2024 (Graphic: Business Wire) Although the COVID-19 pandemic continues to transform the growth of various industries,
Teachers in Waterbury are trying to be more resourceful and creative when it comes to educating children who do not speak English as a first language.
English learners in the classroom at Crosby High in Waterbury
There are more than 2,800 English as a second language learners in the district, according to school officials. Spanish and Albanian are the other dominant languages in the city.
“As an ESL teacher you’re very dramatic, you act things out, you color code, you put things in two different languages sometimes to make sure that students are understanding what you’re saying,” said Pamela Loh, a teacher at Wilby High School.
Students in Waterbury Public Schools are simultaneously learning on the computer in class and at home.
The biggest challenges English learners often face is interpreting the directions, Loh said. So it takes extra effort and one-on-one support to
BRASOV, Romania, Oct. 8, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Mondly, one of the world’s leading online language platforms, and Oxford University Press (OUP), the world’s largest university press, today announce a new suite of custom English progress tests via the Mondly app.
The collaboration between Mondly and OUP enables English language learning, assessment, and testing in 33 languages, including less common languages like Danish, Persian, or Hebrew. The new module offers easily accessible learning support with access to 3,500+ different questions and 108 different English language progress tests for each of the languages included in the partnership.
As part of this module, Mondly will now have lessons based on Oxford Practice Grammar tests and the Oxford 3000, and that are aligned to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) for reporting at levels
New Delhi, Oct 7 (PTI) Learning company Pearson on Wednesday launched an online platform to help students prepare for English language exams.
The platform ‘Pearson Classroom’ will provide institutes/schools with teacher management, student enrolments, timetabling, fully online or in-classroom teaching tools, activity and course creation, the company said in a statement.
‘Tens of thousands of students appear for high stake English language tests every year in order to realise their dreams of an overseas education. Given the current situation, educational institutes need to be accustomed with online resources that can deliver a one-stop solution for high stakes English exam preparation,’ it said.
‘To bridge this gap, Pearson Classroom will not only assist students with practice, assessments and mock tests but also help teachers overcome the challenges of online delivery with quality teaching and learning content, proven methodologies, and skill-building,’ the statement added.
The platform is powered by E2Language, a popular
An English cricket club is vowing to provide better education on cultural diversity after one of their Muslim players was made uncomfortable during post-match celebrations.
Essex celebrate on the Pavilion balcony at Lord’s while Feroze Khushi, far left, is doused in beer.
Essex were ready to rejoice after winning the Bob Willis Trophy – a one-off first-class tournament in the UK due to the impact of Covid-19 – and began spraying alcohol during their celebrations.
However, during the celebrations on the balcony at Lord’s, 12th man Feroze Khushi was photographed recoiling as beer was poured on him.
Alcohol is forbidden to Muslims for religious reasons, leaving Essex admitting the celebrations failed to meet their inclusive values and pledging to do more.
“Essex County Cricket Club prides themselves on their work within multi-diverse communities throughout the county and the surrounding areas,” the country said in a statement.
‘A day at the market’ may be a common English elocution assignment at school, but for Vaishali Waghere, a class XII graduate farmer’s wife from Pimpri Chinchwad whose children study in an English-medium school, this is like stepping into the shoes of Shashi Godbole, essayed by the late Sridevi, in filmmaker Gauri Shinde’s debut English Vinglish (2012).
The 39-year-old housewife has been learning spoken English since the last month through a specially designed online learning course for mothers. “I want to speak English as fluently as I speak Marathi,” said Waghere, who recounts how she would enjoy learning in school and junior college but couldn’t continue her education further.
“I studied in a state-run Marathi-medium school. My children go to a CBSE school. They speak good English. I’d often feel left out of their conversation as I did not know the language. I couldn’t