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Amor De La Oruga Muy Hambrienta

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ISBN : 9781524791513
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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This #1 New York Times Best-Selling title is now available in a Spanish language edition! Celebrate love and ring in Valentine's Day with The Very Hungry Caterpillar in this adorable book, which is now available in Spanish! This charming, sweet title featuring The Very Hungry Caterpillar is the perfect gift for that special someone on Valentine's Day--or any day of the year. "You are the cherry on my cake; you make the sun shine brighter; you make my heart flutter." Using a range of images from the World of Eric Carle, and featuring The Very Hungry Caterpillar, this special gift book gives all the reasons why someone special makes the world a better and brighter place. Perfect for Valentine's Day presents, a must-have for fans of The Very Hungry Caterpillar, and an ideal gift for that special someone.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Library Services To Youth Of Hispanic Heritage

Author : Barbara Immroth
ISBN : 0786407905
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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As the United States becomes ever more comfortable with recognizing the cultural diversity of the many groups that make up its population, library services must seek to meet patrons’ needs as they are shaped and expressed by their cultural backgrounds. This goal is particularly important for youth library services. For young people of Hispanic heritage, library services attuned to their specific needs and interests are crucial. Many librarians struggle with how to properly create and maintain library programs and collections that are suitable to the needs of Hispanic youth. In this series of essays prepared for the Trejo Foster Foundation for Hispanic Library Education Fourth National Institute, national leaders in librarianship present their insights about how best to meet the needs of young Hispanic library patrons. The text is introduced by the editors, and the essays are arranged in parts: Programs; Collections; Planning and Evaluating; Bibliographical Resources; and For the Future. Information about the contributors and an index conclude the volume.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

The Really Useful Primary Languages Book

Author : Jayne Wright
ISBN : 9781317478676
Genre : Education
File Size : 67.9 MB
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The Really Useful Primary Languages Book is an easily accessible guide, full of handy resources and activities which are perfect to dip into for enjoyable, engaging and ultimately effective language lessons. Providing principles, approaches and ideas to help bring the teaching of languages to life in your classroom, this highly practical book will be essential reading for the development of children’s language skills across Key Stage 2. With examples of practice included throughout, the book covers key topics such as: principles of good planning mixed age classes developing skills such as literacy and oracy phonics grammar storytelling, poems and songs using language games and activities activities for developing reading skills supporting children’s writing integrating learning a language with daily routines cross-curricular language learning peer and self-assessment involving parents in language work at school. The experienced author team draws upon their own personal teaching experience, coupled with knowledge of primary best practice and government guidance, to ensure that The Really Useful Primary Languages Book is a stimulating resource to help busy teachers, trainee teachers and teaching assistants to develop their own effective teaching style.
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English Language Learners Vocabulary Building Games Activities Ages 4 8

Author : Karen Seberg
ISBN : 9781602689053
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Instill a love of language in English Language Learners in grades PK–3 using Vocabulary Building Games and Activities. This 240-page book helps students build vocabulary to become successful English speakers. It provides dozens of strategies for teaching new words through storytelling, songs, and pictures books and includes more than 1,000 reproducible picture and word cards with a guide for selecting the appropriate words. The book also includes tips for supporting young English learners.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Practical Handbook To Elementary Foreign Language Programs Fles

Author : Gladys C. Lipton
ISBN : UVA:X004276967
Genre : Education
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Gives practical advice on how to establish, maintain, and improve all types of foreign language in elementary school (FLES) programs. Coverage includes Sequential FLES, exploratory programs (FLEX), and immersion programs. Provides information on areas including evaluation of programs, student asses
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ISBN : 0395795524
Genre : Language arts (Early childhood)
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Category: Language arts (Early childhood)

Teaching The Language Arts

Author : Cathy Collins Block
ISBN : UVA:X004479404
Genre : Education
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This book explains and demonstrates with a clear, step-by-step approach how communication and thinking competencies can be enhanced through instruction.This revision elaborates further on a language arts program built to focus on the needs of individual students. Each of the fourteen chapters is divided into three sections covering theoretical foundations, practice, and professional development, giving the text a practical, usable organization. The second and third sections apply the principles from the first section to the classroom. Features in these sections show specific teaching strategies that offer practical ideas for teachers to develop an ongoing and successful teaching repertoire. For Language Arts teachers.
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Cr Ticas

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ISBN : UOM:39015079399260
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Perspectives On Elementary Education

Author : Stacey Neuharth-Pritchett
ISBN : UVA:X004768401
Genre : Education
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This supplemental text provides a collection of three dozen real-world case studies in diversity that foster discussion-based, active learning pedagogy designed to guide students in problem analysis and problem solving. The cases explore a wide-range of diversity issues at the elementary (Pre-K-5) level, including culture, academic performance and expectations, safety and prosocial behaviors, social issues, special needs, and issues surrounding the family. The approach organizes discussion around defining problems, identifying alternatives, and proposing solutions to the issues presented in the case. The goal of the text is not to pose a single solution, but rather to learn how to analyze situations involving diverse individuals, evaluate a variety of solutions, and evaluate the consequences of those solutions. Features The diverse authors consist of academics, practicing classroom teachers, student teachers, pre-service teachers, and students. Vignettes in each chapter present real-world situations by which teachers can make decisions. Provides guidelines for the use of cases to ensure effective use of the case-study approach. Cases vary in length, perspective, and subject area, providing maximum flexibility of use. "I am impressed by the writing ability of the case writers and the higher level thinking questions that accompany each case...there is terrific variety in the topics presented..." Professor Sandra J. McKee, "Clarion University of Pennsylvania" Author bio: Dr. Stacey Neuharth-Pritchett received her Ph.D. in Educational Psychology from Purdue University. She teaches courses in early childhood education. Her research centers on the contexts of early educational intervention, kindergarten retention, economically disadvantaged children's transition to school (particularly the Head Start population), and intervention for children with chronic health problems.
Category: Education