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Yekatom being provided with the permanent assistance of a French and Sango interpreter within the meaning of Article 67(1)(f).” 4) First sentence of paragraph 11 is changed to “When given a text in French to read aloud, Mr. Yekatom was observed to have occasionally made some pronunciation errors, however, his reading was fluid and clear. Notably, however, the Panel noticed that [REDACTED].” 5) Paragraph 15 of the confidential filing was missing from the original public redacted version and is now added: “Sango is the language normally spoken by Mr. Yekatom in everyday life in the CAR unless he is interacting with a French Speaker.”
Language:English
Score: 1669642 - https://www.icc-cpi.int/sites/...elatedRecords/CR2019_00299.PDF
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Having watched her teach a class of girls, it came as no surprise when she told me her name means “angel.” Softly spoken, gentle and loving is how I would describe teacher Parisa. (...) The students were eager to show us what they had learned -- from reading aloud from a textbook and writing on the board, to counting and reciting poetry on different subjects.
Language:English
Score: 1544180.9 - https://www.unicef.org/afghani...ing-and-learning-heart-maimana
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After watching her teach a class of girls, I was not surprised when she told me her name means "angel".  Softly spoken, gentle and loving is how I would describe Parisa. (...) The students were eager to show us what they had learned, reading aloud from a textbook and writing on the board, counting and reciting poetry on different subjects.
Language:English
Score: 1544180.9 - https://www.unicef.org/afghani...tories/angel-name-angel-nature
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The Translation Cards concept allows users to create and use simple audio and visual ‘flash cards’ so that refugees can hear a pre-translated phrase spoken aloud in their own language. Version 1.0 was being prepared and the Emergency Lab were keen to support the group by testing it out in the field.
Language:English
Score: 1506617.3 - https://www.unhcr.org/innovati...st-translation-one-simple-app/
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Unfortunately we thought we could get the better part of him while working from home, but your guess is as good as mine. ” His soft-spoken fourteen-year-old son, Emperor said, with mixed smiles. (...) As such, a seven-clip educational drama radio “Tell Me Something”, was designed in Pidgin English (a pan-Nigerian lingua franca with different versions spoken in other West African countries). Through storytelling, reliable information on COVID-19 on prevention and transmission were embedded. (...) He re-read the note, and allowed the positive feedback to refuel his tired self, then he read the message aloud.   Our work is sometimes so abstract as we work through third parties, and hardly ever engage with those who truly benefit from our work.
Language:English
Score: 1445568.9 - https://en.unesco.org/news/det...ic-unesco-abuja-taking-actions
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SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON PALESTINE : SUMMARY RECORD OF THE 20TH MEETING (PRIVATE), HELD AT THE Y.M.C.A. BUILDING, JERUSALEM, MONDAY, 7 JULY 1947
LISICKY (Czechoslovakia) asked that at least one of the petitions should be read aloud. Mr. Garcia ROBLES{Secretary) said he had asked the Secretariat to preparo a summarized list stating the essence of each of the forty-nine communications. (...) The CHAIRMAN indicated thnt since no one had spoken in favour of these requests, a neg~tive reply should be given. (...) ,}, r also the Government of Pr.lcstine, tho J Gwish ;1gE;ncy, the iirab High CommitteE" ;;tnd" sa on, but those·we coul{~ and have alnady hears in New" York_, We have, hf;.ard them at the G~ner.al Assembly. They have spoken . before COlTunittees of the -Assembly. What we came here for was to hear and sec what we rould not hear ld see in New York.
Language:English
Score: 1423294.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=A/AC.13/SR.20&Lang=E
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To assist several other students who are non-readers, she or other students will read aloud for important portions of text materials or provide digital books with read-aloud features. • For students who are not fluent in the language spoken in the classroom, she will make a unit ‘dictionary’ that will combine easy-to-understand descriptions with pictures or drawings of key vocabulary words and concepts. (...) At the conclusion of the read aloud, she will present options for students to retell the story. She will encourage the students to draw pictures, use written or spoken words, arrange the pictures provided, or arrange objects on the magnetic board.
Language:English
Score: 1369301.2 - https://www.unicef.org/lac/media/7731/file
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Read aloud campaign | UNICEF Lao People's Democratic Republic Skip to main content Lao People's Democratic Republic Toggle navigation English ລາວ Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Lao People's Democratic Republic Explore UNICEF About us Our mission Our representative Work with us Contact us Press centre Donate Main navigation What we do Research and reports Stories Take action Search area has closed. (...) Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article Read aloud campaign As many schools close to help stop the spread of #coronavirus, here are some ways for parents to keep children learning.
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Score: 1355539.55 - https://www.unicef.org/laos/stories/read-aloud-campaign
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Speaking quickly, as if her words sometimes struggled to keep up with her train of thought, Dajani added: “I realized that the way for a child to fall in love with reading is by having a role model, a parent who's reading aloud to the child.” "I couldn't sleep. I had to do something." (...) “We train them how to read aloud as an art, because most of them have never been read aloud to, so they don't know how to do it to make it fun,” she continued. “And we train them also on how to start a reading aloud session in their neighborhood.” Those that receive the training are known as reading ambassadors, who are then encouraged to establish reading sessions in their own neighbourhoods on a purely voluntary basis and promote the scheme by word of mouth.
Language:English
Score: 1352413.3 - https://www.unhcr.org/en-au/ne...ning-formula-kids-reading.html
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Speaking quickly, as if her words sometimes struggled to keep up with her train of thought, Dajani added: “I realized that the way for a child to fall in love with reading is by having a role model, a parent who's reading aloud to the child.” "I couldn't sleep. I had to do something." (...) “We train them how to read aloud as an art, because most of them have never been read aloud to, so they don't know how to do it to make it fun,” she continued. “And we train them also on how to start a reading aloud session in their neighborhood.” Those that receive the training are known as reading ambassadors, who are then encouraged to establish reading sessions in their own neighbourhoods on a purely voluntary basis and promote the scheme by word of mouth.
Language:English
Score: 1352413.3 - https://www.unhcr.org/news/sto...ning-formula-kids-reading.html
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