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Dive in to amazing world of the bottlenose dolphin and find out what makes them one of the ocean's cleverest and best-loved creatures. Learn about the lifecycle of these gentle-natured mammals through captivating images, engaging stories and interesting facts.
The 39 activities in 'BUILDING BLOCKS for English' provide teachers with a systematic approach to the progression of study skills and language development in 9-11 year olds. Through a series of activities, learners move beyond simple repetition of words to generation of language through recognition of word partners and patterns.
Na okładce : A Guidebook for English Language Teachers.
Children Learning English is a comprehensive guidebook for teachers of English to young learners. Covering both the theory and practice of teaching English to children, it offers discovery activities and real-life examples from classrooms around the world. Provides insight into the special characteristics, abilities and attitudes children bring to the classroom. Encourages reflection on how teachers can learn from children and on how this information can be used in planning lessons and activities. Suggests how to adapt ideas and frameworks for teaching English to young learners.
"Challenging Children" is a practical methodology book, providing teachers of English to young learners (from five to twelve years old) with a wealth of lively, imaginative activities for use in the classroom. The main aims of the book are to challenge pupils to activate their dormant linguistic abilities, to use vocabulary, which is often already there and to become fully engaged in the learning process.
This book offers 80 lessons with photocopiable worksheets devised to develop key thinking and language skills in young children. A selection of activities, organised in categories from basic to higher-order thinking skills, engage young learners in meaningful use of language while enhancing cognitive abilities trough real-life thinking tasks. All tasks carefully match both the cognitive and language level of the students and will create hours of fun and motivation for both teachers and learners.
Ever since children have learned to read, there has been childrenĺs literature. Children's Literature charts the makings of the Western literary imagination from Aesopĺs fables to Mother Goose, from Alice's Adventures in Wonderland to Peter Pan, from Where the Wild Things Are to Harry Potter. The only single-volume work to capture the rich and diverse history of childrenĺs literature in its full panorama, this extraordinary book reveals why J. R. R. Tolkien, Dr. Seuss, Laura Ingalls Wilder, Beatrix Potter, and many others, despite their divergent styles and subject matter, have all resonated with generations of readers. Childrenĺs Literature is an exhilarating quest across centuries, continents, and genres to discover how, and why, we first fall in love with the written word.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 364-378) and index.
In this book the author builds a comprehensive framework for the assessment of young language learners in both foreign language and second language learning situations. She begins by considering why we need a special book on young learner assessment, and describes the nature of young learner language learning. The assessment approach is task-based and is centred around tasks and techniques suitable for young learners, with particular emphasis on classroom assessment. Oral language assessment, and reading and writing assessment are addressed in separate chapters, as is the large-scale testing of young learners. Underpinned by sound theory, the book is full of practical guidelines, and draws on examples of assessment contexts, issues and practices from around the world.
This 64-page resource book is packed with useful advice and great ideas for how to use children's picture books (or 'realbooks') in the Primary ELT classroom. It is based on nine beautifully illustrated picture books including Nick Sharratt's "Ketchup on your Cornflakes" and Sue Heap's "Princess Dress", which were originally published for native speakers. The photocopiable pages include templates for flashcards, board games, minibooks and other visuals which can be used with children aged 3-12 in conjunction with the picture books.
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Take a trip around the globe to discover the greatest engineering genius of the 20th century and the will of modern man to achieve the unachievable. The Seven Engineering Wonders of the Modern World, as recognized by the American Society of Civil Engineers, testify to the unbelievable intellect required and sacrifices made to construct seven of the most recognizable and admired structures on the planet. Learn how and why they were conceived and built and who was involved through accurate information, stunning images, and interesting facts.
Do książki dołączona jest płyta CD o sygn. CD.347.
The Giant Turnip told with accompanying songs, will delight and entertain all young learners of English. This beautifully illustrated story is presented both in the form of a narrative and a play. Young learners can enjoy reading this children's classic and put on a performance. A picture dictionary provides the key words of the story.
Do książki dołączona jest płyta CD o sygn. CD.349.
The Ugly Duckling, told in rhyme, will delight and entertain all young learners of English. This beautifully illustrated story is presented both in the form of a narrative and a play. Young learners can enjoy reading this children's classic and put on a performance. A picture dictionary provides the key words of the story.