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This is the VOA Special English Education Report.
India was once a colony in the British Empire. But now Indian tutors are helping to teach (1) to some British children over high-speed Internet (2).
Early (3) suggest that online (4) may improve student (5). But not everyone is happy at this so-called outsourcing of tutors.
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It’s (6) in the afternoon at Raynham Primary School in London. Students are (7) for their after-school math lesson.
Five time zones and (8) of kilometers away, their math tutors are also arriving for class.
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Each pupil gets an (9) online tutor. The students work with (10) on their computer screen and wear a headset and (11) to talk to their tutor.
Their classroom teacher, Altus Basson, (12) he has seen an (13) in results.
ALTUS BASSON:"Children who struggle to focus in class focus a lot better on the (14)."
Nine-year-old Samia Abdul-Kadir says she (15) the online lessons.
SAMIA ABDUL-KADIR:"It helps me because (16) when we’re doing it in class, I don’t hear the teacher very much and I don’t (17), but online is better."
Her friend, Abdul-Fadil Badori, (18).
ABDUL-FADIL BADORI:"Online, you can (19) it, it’s not (20) by everyone, everyone has different (21) they’re learning."
Tom Hooper started the company that (22) the online tutoring. The company is called BrightSpark Education.
TOM HOOPER:"Children today feel very (23) online, they feel very (24), they feel very in control. And that’s half the (25) with education. Give them control, make them feel confident and enjoy their learning and you’ll see them start to improve and embrace it."
Online tutoring costs between twenty and (26) dollars an hour. An online tutor is about half the (27) of traditional face-to-face (28).
But some people say an Internet connection is not enough of a connection for teaching and learning. Kevin Courtney is deputy general (29) of Britain's National Union of (30).
KEVIN COURTNEY:"We think there’s something that's a really important (31) connection between a teacher and a (32), whether it’s a whole class or whether it’s one-to-one. You need that (33) of feedback, and we’re not convinced that that can happen across an Internet connection. In one of the (34) countries in the world, we think that we can (35) to have teachers with the genuine emotional connection there with the children."
BrightSpark Education says the online tutoring is (36) only as an addition to supplement (37) teaching. The company says its service does not (38) a threat to teachers’ jobs in Britain.
Some parents say they are (39) with the results. And what about the children?
CHILDREN:"I love it!""I love it!""I hate maths!"
So math -- or, as the British call it, maths -- is still not everyone's favorite subject even with the (40) technology to teach it.
And that's the VOA Special English Education Report. You can watch a video of the online tutoring by going to voaspecialenglish.com. I'm Steve Ember.


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Một số từ mới các bạn cần lưu ý:

colony /´kɔləni/ (Danh từ): Thuộc địa

Empire. /'empaiə/ (Danh từ): Đế quốc; đế chế

outsourcing /autsɔ:s/ (Động từ): Thuê ngoài

struggle /'strʌg(ә)l/ (Danh từ): Sự đấu tranh; cuộc đấu tranh, cuộc chiến đấu

(Nội động từ : Đấu tranh, chống lại)
embrace /im'breis/ (Danh từ): Sự ôm, cái ôm

(Ngoại động từ: Ôm, ôm chặt, ghì chặt

Nắm lấy (thời cơ...)

Đi theo (đường lối, đảng phái, sự nghiệp...)

Gồm, bao gồm

Bao quát (nhìn, nắm))

deputy /'depjuti/(Danh từ): Người được uỷ quyền, người thay quyền; người thay mặt, đại biểu, đại diện

(trong danh từ ghép: “phó…”)
convinced /kən'vinst/ (Tính từ): Tin chắc, đoan chắc

genuine /´dʒenjuin/ (Tính từ): Thật, chính cống, xác thực



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đăng lúc 03:14 - 27/08/2017

26/40. k qua tot dung k moi nguoi

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mocbai1
đăng lúc 22:13 - 04/04/2017

12 va 37 khong dung?

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