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Do you have a story to share with the world? Then The Zeenat Haroon Rashid Writing Prize for Women may be the platform for you! Now in its fifth year, The Zeenat Haroon Rashid Writing Prize for Women was set up to honour Zeenat Haroon Rashid (21 Jan 1928 - 8 April 2017), a founding member of the Women’s’ National Guard at the time of Independence. The competition provides an opportunity for Pakistani women to express their voice through writing and supports those who wish to pursue writing as a career. The writing competition carries a cash award of PKR 100,000.
Three teachers from Pakistan share their inspiration and their attitude toward teaching To celebrate World Teachers’ Day, three teachers from different locations in Pakistan talk about teaching. They discuss what inspired them to start teaching and why they like teaching. They also talk aout the impact teachers can have and how they can support each other.
In this lesson about friendship, the students will discuss what makes a good friend. They’ll find some new vocabulary in a wordsearch about friendship, then use the new words to complete sentences about what makes a good friend.
In this lesson about the life cycle of a plant, students will learn some Biology vocabulary by watching a video and completing a worksheet. They’ll complete and colour a picture of a flower, then write a description of it.
In this lesson about jobs, students will start by talking about what job they’d like to do when they’re older. Then, they’re asked to draw pictures of people doing different jobs.
In this lesson about the Solar System, students will be introduced to some vocabulary for talking about space. They’ll be told a story about two characters going on a tour of the Solar System and complete a worksheet where they order the planets.
In this lesson about daily routines, students will revise telling the time in English, then be introduced to a new set of vocabulary by the teacher through the use of flashcards.