My First Book of Russian Words

Author: Katy R. Kudela

Publisher: Capstone

ISBN: 1429663367

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 32

View: 4626


"Simple text paired with themed photos invite the reader to learn to speak Russian"--Provided by publisher.

Reading Comprehension

Strategies for Independent Learners

Author: Camille L. Z. Blachowicz,Donna Ogle

Publisher: Guilford Press

ISBN: 159385756X

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 304

View: 7932


This practical resource and widely used text presents a wealth of research-based approaches to comprehension instruction. The authors offer specific classroom practices that help K-9 students compare and evaluate print and online sources, develop vocabulary, build study and test-taking skills, and become motivated readers.

Our Global Village - Russia (eBook)

Author: Susan J. Williams

Publisher: Lorenz Educational Press

ISBN: 0787783803

Category: History

Page: 32

View: 4360


Bring the world a little closer with these multicultural books. An excellent way for students to appreciate and learn cultural diversity in an exciting hands-on format. Each book explores the history, language, holidays, festivals, customs, legends, foods, creative arts, lifestyles, and games of the title country. A creative alternative to student research reports and a time-saver for teachers since the activities and resource material are contained in one book.

Collaborating for Real Literacy: Librarian, Teacher, Literacy Coach, and Principal, 2nd Edition

Author: Sharon M. Pitcher,Bonnie Mackey

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 161069242X

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 191

View: 8606


Advances in literacy require collaboration between all of a school's stakeholders. This book harnesses the latest research and takes into consideration CCSS to show how to make that collaboration a reality. • Emphasizes adolescent literacy and literacy coaching, currently the two most significant topics in literacy instruction • Summarizes current literacy research, including research and practices for adolescent literacy • Provides detailed examples and applications of theoretical principles of reading instruction • Presents practical information on infusing technology throughout literacy instruction • Encourages utilizing conversations in the classroom and describes methods for implementation

Adopting a Toddler

What Size Shoes Does She Wear?

Author: Denise Harris Hoppenhauer

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 0595750508

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 240

View: 2405


Finally, a childcare book written with the unique needs of adopted toddlers in mind. Written by an adoptive parent, Adopting A Toddler: What Size Shoes Does She Wear? is an indispensable guide to the wonderful world of toddler adoption. Filled with essential parenting information, Adopting a Toddler answers many questions that parents ask, including questions about changing a name, choosing a crib versus a bed, beginning potty training, and what size shoes to buy. Adopting a Toddler is easy to read and covers every aspect of adopting a one to four year-old; with sections on the toddler wardrobe, the nursery, child safety, mealtime, bath time, selecting a pediatrician, medical considerations, international adoption travel, pre and post adoption resources, and more. Adopting a Toddler provides the most up-to-date solutions for preparing for your new arrival. "If you're a first time parent, believe me-this is the practical 'how to, how much, when, where and why' guide to preparing for and welcoming your toddler home. Highly recommended!"-Roberta Rosenberg, "Adopting a Toddler fulfills an unclaimed niche within the realm of older child adoption literature. Ms. Hoppenhauer combines research with her personal experiences as an adoptive parent. Parents will refer to it multiple times."-Susan M. Ward Editor, Older Child Adoption Online Magazine, "Written with a mom's humor, this book contains the most practical advice on adopting a toddler I have ever read."-John Maclean, Author, Russian Adoption Handbook, Chinese Adoption Handbook Denise Harris Hoppenhauer is an adoptive parent and advocate. She is the Program Coordinator for an International Adoption Agency and the 2003 recipient of the Dave Thomas Advocate of the Year Award from the South Carolina Council On Adoptable Children. The Author is donating 10% of her proceeds to Shoes for Orphan Souls.