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Teaching Beginner Ells Using Picture Books

Author: Ana Lado
Publisher: Corwin Press
ISBN: 1452284253
Size: 77.95 MB
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Picture your beginning ELLs reading their way to success! For beginning ELLs, a picture really is worth a thousand words! Picture books are useful tools for building important language and social foundations that students may miss through traditional instruction. Ana Lado provides all the tools you’ll need to engage ELLs of any age with picture books, including how to: Design lessons around picture books Select appropriate titles using specific criteria Incorporate fun and engaging strategies like singing and reenacting Access the book’s searchable online database to find the right book Integrate picture-book learning to facilitate development of English Language Proficiency

A Piece Of The Puzzle

Author: Kevin Kush, M.A.
Publisher: Boys Town Press
ISBN: 1934490466
Size: 50.53 MB
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Motivational speaker Kevin Kush outlines eight traits that can turn any group or organization into a cohesive, high-performing team. Learn how selfless behavior, respect, resiliency, adaptability, feedback, energy, accountability, and a “we before me” attitude can lead to greater productivity and success. Ideal motivation for anyone who is a member or leader of a project team, work group, or task force.

Ell Shadowing As A Catalyst For Change

Author: Ivannia Soto
Publisher: Corwin Press
ISBN: 1452283532
Size: 78.81 MB
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Experience a day in the life of an ELL What if you could barely understand what your teacher was saying? ELL shadowing helps teachers experience the classroom from the student’s point of view. The author describes how to implement this easily accessible form of professional development, outlines specific strategies for adapting instruction to engage ELLs, and provides supporting videos on a companion website. Benefits include: Increased teacher sensitivity to ELLs’ school experiences A heightened sense of urgency to help ELLs learn academic language and content Improved classroom instruction that spreads throughout schools and districts More engaged students who are more likely to stay in school and reach their potential

Learning Science In Informal Environments

Author: National Research Council
Publisher: National Academies Press
ISBN: 0309141133
Size: 16.83 MB
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Informal science is a burgeoning field that operates across a broad range of venues and envisages learning outcomes for individuals, schools, families, and society. The evidence base that describes informal science, its promise, and effects is informed by a range of disciplines and perspectives, including field-based research, visitor studies, and psychological and anthropological studies of learning. Learning Science in Informal Environments draws together disparate literatures, synthesizes the state of knowledge, and articulates a common framework for the next generation of research on learning science in informal environments across a life span. Contributors include recognized experts in a range of disciplines--research and evaluation, exhibit designers, program developers, and educators. They also have experience in a range of settings--museums, after-school programs, science and technology centers, media enterprises, aquariums, zoos, state parks, and botanical gardens. Learning Science in Informal Environments is an invaluable guide for program and exhibit designers, evaluators, staff of science-rich informal learning institutions and community-based organizations, scientists interested in educational outreach, federal science agency education staff, and K-12 science educators.

Cry The Peacock

Author: Anita Desai
Publisher: Orient Paperbacks
ISBN: 9788122200850
Size: 35.56 MB
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This book is the story of a young girl obsessed by a childhood prophecy of disaster. The author builds up an atmosphere of tension and oppression, in the middle of an Indian summer.

Pragmatic Markers In Oral Narrative

Author: Montserrat González
Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing
ISBN: 9781588115195
Size: 70.58 MB
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This book presents the multifunctional nature of pragmatic discourse markers in English and Catalan oral narratives from the point of view of text linguistics and contrastive analysis. It is argued that English and Catalan markers are distributed and operate differently at four different levels in the varied discourse structures of the text, i.e. at the ideational, the rhetorical, the sequential, and the inferential levels. The results confirm the distinctions in functional-systemic levels, and indicate that the nature of the two languages has a direct influence on the presence and nature of markers in the texts. The study is built up on a corpus of English and Catalan elicited narratives of native speakers, adopting the sociolinguistic "Labovian" framework adapted to the situation of educated adults.The study results in a better understanding of the contribution of pragmatic markers to the organization and the interpretation of oral texts, bringing insights from relevance and cognitive approaches to text structure, and moving from descriptive to theoretical levels of analysis and discussion.

Lado English Series

Author: Robert Lado
Publisher: Prentice Hall
ISBN: 9780135223840
Size: 74.40 MB
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The six carefully graded levles of this popular series take adult and young adult ESL Students from a zero-level knowledge of English to basic facility in the four language skills.

His One And Only Bride

Author: Tara Randel
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 1488084890
Size: 66.37 MB
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He never thought he’d see her again! After being reported missing, presumed dead, globe-hopping photojournalist Mitch Simmons never thought he’d see his estranged wife, Zoe, again. Yet here he is back in their coastal Florida town, where Zoe is mayor. Turns out she isn’t the only one he left behind. Discovering he has a baby son awakens thrilling new emotions in Mitch. And there are his still-powerful feelings for the high school sweetheart he vowed to love and honor forever. Thankfully, they’ll have the chance to find the love that was always there…