Keywords: Early Intervention , Speech and language tips , books , narration , speech therapy for home
I narrate my day constantly while my daughter stands next to me soaking in every word. It may seem strange at first but after a while it will become second nature. You can also narrate an activity your child is doing. If she sits down to build with blocks, talk freely about what she is building. Describe the block colors, shapes, etc. Books are another great way to narrate at home. Read a story out loud with your child. Whatever the activity – you really can’t go wrong! The simple ‘story of your life’ can have a big impact on your child.https://mommandmeslp.com/2021/03/03/the-story-of-my-life
Keywords: japan , english , high school students , japanese high schools , japanese students , learning languages , linguistics , pronunciation , schools , students , teaching english in japan
It can be disheartening to see students with excellent English abilities purposely lowering their level of proficiency to “fit in” with their classmates. However, it’s also an understandable thing to do when you’re young and impressionable.https://soranews24.com/2020/09/13/the-reason-why-japanese-students-dont-pronounce-english-properly
Keywords: cleancode, coding
Writing clean code is having empathy for your future self and others as it ultimately makes it easier and quicker for anyone looking at your code to understand and work with it. We spend far more time reading code than I do writing it, so why not make reading code a better experience?https://justinhhorner.com/2020/05/30/what-is-clean-code-naming
Keywords: Machine Learning, NLP, Word Embeddings, AI, Text Mining
This are low-dimensional vectors (think of a list of 200 or 300 numbers). Once you have those word vectors, you can do nearly-magical math with words! If you take the vectors for King, Man, Woman, you can calculate King – Man + Woman and then you’ll get the vector for: Queen!
Keywords: Japanese, Culture, Language, Japan, World
In most situations, the subject is implied. Whether it’s to say “you” or any other pronoun, the context should be enough to understand what or who we are talking about.
Connecting them to each other, to ideas, knowledge, resources, patterns of thinking. Connecting them to opportunities, support, training, and advancement. Connecting them to loved ones, professional services, and communities of shared interest.
Have you ever thought, that how it became so popular? Let me tell you, Bhagwat geeta was basically written in Sanskrit language then it was translated into many languages such as Hindi, English, French, etc. So, that a large community can connect with it. This is the power of translation that it conveys the message of creation to all over the world.
Keywords: Active Listening, Sharing, attention, hear, listen
When we interact with others and engage in conversation with them, it is important to not only hear them, but to listen to what they are saying rather than just plan what we are going to say next.