Cool Kids Speak German has been written with primary school aged children in mind by a qualified and experienced foreign languages teacher. This book may however also interest older children as it is filled full of fun worksheets, wonderful word searches and lovely colouring pages. The topics covered in this book include Greetings, Introductions, Numbers, Fruit, Colours, Clothes and Transport. Each topic begins with a page full of images and the German words for the topic. Progression throughout each of the topics has been carefully planned as the activities practice only a few of the new words at any one time, and gradually introduce simple sentence structures. At the back of the book there is a useful German English word list and also the answer section. Learning a new foreign language at an early age can be an enjoyable and useful experience, and this book would be a great way for any child to learn German.
With fun activity sheets, great word searches & lovely colouring pages, Cool Kids Speak English Book 1 is an ideal book for children learning English. The suggested age range for this book is 7 to 11 year olds, but the fun activities may also interest children of other ages. The topics in book 1 include Numbers 1-10 - Greetings - Colours - Animals - Clothes - Weather. Each topic begins with a page full of images and the English words for the topic. Progression throughout each of the topics has been carefully planned as the activities practice only a few of the new words at any one time, and gradually introduce simple sentence structures. At the back of the book is the answer section. This lovely book is one of a series and has been written by Joanne Leyland, a qualified teacher with almost 20 years experience in teaching languages to children.
Cool Kids Speak French On Holiday In France has been written for children aged 7 - 11 by a qualified and experienced Foreign languages teacher. The idea of this book is to learn some French from the first part of the book before you go on holiday, then to try the various challenges outlined in the second part of the book whilst away. The topics covered in this book are greetings, numbers, drinks, the bakery, ordering food, pancakes, ice creams, souvenirs, post cards, asking for a table, asking for the bill, buying chocolates, hotels, campsites & around town. Speaking French is fun, and this book is an ideal way to encourage your child to speak French whilst away on holiday in France. Also available for children aged 7-11 who are learning French are the following books: Cool Kids Speak French book 1, Cool Kids Speak French book 2 and Photocopiable Games for teaching French.
The idea of this book is to learn some Italian from the first part of the book before you go on holiday, then to try the various challenges outlined in the second part of the book whilst away.The topics covered in this book are greetings, essential Italian words, numbers, drinks, typical Italian food, ice creams, asking for the bill, hotels, campsites & around town. The suggested age range is 7 - 11 years old, but the fun activities may also interest children of other ages. The book was written by Joanne Leyland, a qualified and experienced foreign languages teacher.Speaking Italian is fun, and this book is an ideal way to encourage your child to speak Italian whilst on holiday in Italy.
Author : Benny Lewis
ISBN : 9781473633209
Genre : Foreign Language Study
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#Language Hacking German is an unconventional conversation course for beginners that teaches you everything you need to start speaking German right away - not after years of study. Crack the code and get fluent faster!
Celebrating the role military families play in the success of America as well as their individual accomplishments, Military Kids Speak by former naval physicist and author Julie Rahm is a fascinating and inspired account of what it takes to be a military kid. It?s a team effort with a common goal; the mission is to describe what it means to be a part of a military family, what it takes to persevere when it comes to deployments, and living abroad. It?s also a candid account of the military lifestyle, and how special it is to be a child of a hero. In two parts and seventeen chapters with titles like ?Military Kids Speak about Deployments,? ?Military Kids Speak about Living Abroad,? and ?Military Kids Speak about Making Friends,? this engaging, conversational book begins with over two dozen essays written by today?s military kids. These young authors, aged ten to sixteen, discuss the rollercoaster ride of military life, it?s perks and privileges, as well as its hardships and heartaches, while the second half comprises twelve in-depth interviews with famous former military kids like Justice Leah Ward Sears, Newt Gingrich, Shaquille O?Neal, and Mark Hamill. Being a military kid is special?a childhood spent with the military is an adventure. This first volume of Military Kids Speak is a narrative of what American kids of servicemen and servicewomen sacrifice for their country day in and day out all over the world?and what they have to say about it.
Author : Joanne Leyland
ISBN : 1912771527
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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The stories teach Spanish to young children by introducing only a few Spanish words at a time as the Spanish languasaurus and Jack talk together. The main parts of the stories are in English so that young children can understand the stories, but there are many Spanish words and phrases throughout both stories.
Author : Victoria Benz
ISBN : 9781783099191
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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This ethnographic study explores aspects of bilingual education in two early childhood German–English education centres in Australia. Using various sources of data and multiple methods of analysis, it investigates the processes at work when establishing and implementing a bilingual programme and examines the language attitudes, ideologies and practices of the parents, educators and administrators involved. It addresses the complex relationship between the childcare provider and its clientele in its socio-political context in an attempt to arrive at a broader understanding of institutional bilingual education in early childhood. The book will be of interest to graduate students and researchers in bilingual education, language ideology and early childhood education studies, as well as to teachers, trainee teachers and childcare providers.
"This book is a wild and wonderful ride. Your guide, Rebecca Schuman, is a super-smart and very funny person who writes brilliantly about Germany and Germans (who are not what you think) and being young and insane and life in general and... just read it, OK?" -Dave Barry Sometimes Love Gets Lost in Translation You know that feeling you get watching the elevator doors slam shut just before your toxic coworker can step in? Or seeing a parking ticket on a Hummer? There’s a word for this mix of malice and joy, and the Germans (of course) invented it. It’s Schadenfreude, deriving pleasure from others’ misfortune. Misfortune happens to be a specialty of Slate columnist Rebecca Schuman—and this is great news for the Germans. For Rebecca adores the Vaterland with the kind of single-minded passion its Volk usually reserve for beer, soccer, and being right all the time. Let’s just say the affection isn’t mutual. Schadenfreude is the story of a teenage Jewish intellectual who falls in love – in love with a boy (who breaks her heart), a language (that’s nearly impossible to master), a culture (that’s nihilistic, but punctual), and a landscape (that’s breathtaking when there’s not a wall in the way). Rebecca is an everyday, misunderstood 90’s teenager with a passion for Pearl Jam and Ethan Hawke circa Reality Bites, until two men walk into her high school Civics class: Dylan Gellner, with deep brown eyes and an even deeper soul, and Franz Kafka, hitching a ride in Dylan’s backpack. These two men are the axe to the frozen sea that is Rebecca’s spirit, and what flows forth is a passion for all things German. First love might be fleeting, but Kafka is forever, and in pursuit of this elusive passion Rebecca will spend two decades stuttering and stumbling through German sentences, trying to win over a people who can’t be bothered. At once a snapshot of a young woman finding herself, and a country slowly starting to stitch itself back together after nearly a century of war (both hot and cold), Schadenfreude, A Love Story is an exhilarating, hilarious, and yes, maybe even heartfelt memoir proving that sometimes the truest loves play hard to get.
Learning French is fun with the two lovely stories in this book. In the first story in this book Daniel meets a French speaking robot, and he practises how to say various types of transport in French as the robot beams an image of this type of transport. In the second story in this book Daniel practises how to say various food.