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We don't only teach the language but we teach life .
We don't only teach the language but we teach life .

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Of the one billion people worldwide who are unable to read, 2/3 are women. In most societies, girls are given less chance to complete their schooling. If money for school fees is short, priority will nearly
always go to boys. Parents reason that boys are more likely to find work and continue working than girls, who are expected to marry and have children.
However, surveys have shown that in fact, it is the mother’s education rather than the father’s that has a greater long-term effect both on her own health and that of her family. Research shows that educated
mothers are more likely to use health clinics and are more likely to return to the clinic if their children’s health does not improve. Educated women tend to have fewer, healthier children. They also tend to begin
their families at a later age. Researchers for the United Nations, studying 46 countries, found that a 1 % rise in women’s literacy is three times more likely to reduce deaths in children than a 1 % rise in the number of doctors. They also found that four to six years of education for women led to a 20 % drop in infant deaths.
A girl who grows up healthily and confident in her own ability has a much better chance of safe motherhood, and of raising her own children to meet their full potential. Women with more education have
better health and nutrition. They feel they can influence their own lives and those of their children. The families of women with some education tend to have better water and sanitation, income, housing, and clothing.
Literacy programmes can, therefore, have far-reaching effects on health. If women are given access to literacy and better education, they will be able to make their own choices to improve their lives.
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Take this "Global English Test MSF" to boost your level in English and become familiar with comprehension, grammar questions and writing as well
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Unit women and power review - My teacher Nabil
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Review unit 1-2 Ticket 2 English 2 is meant to help students consolidate their knowledge about the above-mentioned units. Key answers are also included. The units discussed here are:

The Gift of youth (Unit 1 – Ticket 2)
Humour (Unit 2 – ticket 2)
COMMUNICATION:
A. Finish the following exchanges.
1. Ask your English teacher to repeat
– You ( make a request): …………
– English teacher (responds): Sure!
2. – You: Would you mind holding this school bag for me?
– Your friend (responds ): …………
http://www.myteachernabil.com/review-unit-1-2-ticket-2-english-2/ #Education #LearnEnglish
Nabil Sbaybi
Nabil Sbaybi
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