The progression is specially written for non-native speakers, meaning each sound is taught in a way that's easy to understand.The writing activities are very well structured and help you teach students essential sub-skills, such as ...
Author: Naomi Simmons
Publisher: OXFORD University Press
Category: Language arts (Elementary)
Exceptionally strong skills training with a particular focus on speaking - that's what you get with Family and Friends.How?The clear methodology, with objectives for every lesson, and carefully staged activities support your students learning.So does the controlled 'Skills Time' program, which enables your students to continually improve their listening, speaking and literacy skills.Phonics is straightforward and fun! The progression is specially written for non-native speakers, meaning each sound is taught in a way that's easy to understand.The writing activities are very well structured and help you teach students essential sub-skills, such as punctuation, so they feel ready to do their own personalized writing in the Workbook and worksheets from the Teacher's Resource CD.The picture dictionary and wordlists at the back of the book offer students additional support for reading and writing activities.The wide variety of linked print and digital resources helps you to meet the needs of students with different learning styles and makes your lessons more engaging. The teacher's resource CD is packed full of photocopiable resources such as values worksheets, extra writing pages and cut and makeactivities.Do you need help preparing for tests?There are print-ready and editable tests with audio on the Teacher's Resource CD along with practice papers for Cambridge Young Learners English Tests which you can print and use, or customize to practice a particular language point or to suit mixed ability classes.But Family and Friends is not only about academic success - it develops the whole child too. The values syllabus helps children develop social and emotional skills which guarantee success in the classroom and at home.
Level 4 stories practice long vowel sounds such as 'ee' as in 'feet' and letter pairs such as 'ck'. Each book includes tips for reading together and talking about the story, puzzles and fun activities.
Author: Mr Roderick Hunt
Publisher: OUP Oxford
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Read With Biff, Chip and Kipper Phonics have been specially written to enable children to practise their letters and sounds as they do at school. Level 4 stories practice long vowel sounds such as 'ee' as in 'feet' and letter pairs such as 'ck'. Each book includes tips for reading together and talking about the story, puzzles and fun activities.
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Author: Jean Conteh
Publisher: Learning Matters
This book is a complete guide to understanding, learning from and teaching bilingual and EAL children in schools. It begins by asking 'who are EAL learners' and challenges some of the misconceptions about this group. It goes on to examine language in depth, providing focused theory to help teachers and trainees better understand the wider context of children's needs. This theory is supported by a wealth of information on practical teaching strategies and resources. It also covers planning across the curriculum for EAL, assessing EAL and bilingual learners and classroom organisation. New to this second edition is a chapter on using home languages and cultures in learning as well many new case studies from practising teachers offering insight and knowledge on teaching this particular group.
Author: Assistant Professor Dept of Linguistics Jeffrey PunskePublish On: 2020-08-06
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Author: Assistant Professor Dept of Linguistics Jeffrey Punske
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
This book is the first to explore the varied ways in which invented languages can be used to teach languages and linguistics in university courses. There has long been interest in invented languages, also known as constructed languages or conlangs, both in the political arena (as with Esperanto) and in the world of literature and science fiction and fantasy media - Tolkien's Quenya and Sindarin, Dothraki in Game of Thrones, and Klingon in the Star Trek franchise, among many others. Linguists have recently served as language creators or consultants for film and television, with notable examples including Jessica Coon's work on the film Arrival Christine Schreyer's Kryptonian for Man of Steel, David Adger's contributions to the series Beowulf, and David J. Peterson's numerous languages for Game of Thrones and other franchises. The chapters in this volume show how the use of invented languages as a teaching tool can reach a student population who might not otherwise be interested in studying linguistics, as well as helping those students to develop the fundamental core skills of linguistic analysis. Invented languages encourage problem-based and active learning; they shed light on the nature of linguistic diversity and implicational universals; and they provide insights into the complex interplay of linguistic patterns and social, environmental, and historical processes. The volume brings together renowned scholars and junior researchers who have used language invention and constructed languages to achieve a range of pedagogical objectives. It will be of interest to graduate students and teachers of linguistics and those in related areas such as anthropology and psychology.
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Author: Ritzuko Nakata
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Category: Foreign Language Study
Success from the very beginning. Millions of children around the world have learned to speak English through the trusted methodology of Let's Go. Maximise children's talking time in class through dialogues, pair work and communicative games. This combined with the rhythm and melody of the acclaimed songs makes the language memorable.
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Taking a phonological approach, the book is set out in the form of lesson plans that can be used instantly, requiring no preparation. This book is the result of five years research trials in reading clinics directed by the author.
Author: Tom Nicholson
One in four school students struggle to read. The Phonics Handbook has been written to give assistance to teachers in helping students with reading difficulties. Taking a phonological approach, the book is set out in the form of lesson plans designed to be used instantly, requiring no preparation. The book is based on the wisdom gained from working with hundreds of students who have attended the author’s after-school reading clinic. This is reflected in the practical approach to helping students of all ages including those with English as a second language and those with a range of difficulties including, special needs, motivational and attention problems. Phonics Handbook includes lesson plans for every phonics skill from the basic alphabet sounds through to blends, digraphs, syllable breaking and decoding Latin and Greek words. Each lesson is followed by a worksheet for students. Using this format, the book incorporates diagnostic assessment to measure what students need at the outset of teaching, as well as measuring whether the tutoring has been effective. Additional teaching strategies are given to reinforce spelling and assist reading comprehension. Strategies for ‘hard to teach’ students and information on reporting to parents are included, incorporating research on the best tutoring methods.
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"Can Drake play a trick to escape from Snake?" -- Back cover.
Author: Julia Donaldson
Can Drake play a trick to escape from Snake in The Snake and the Drake? Level 4 Songbirds Phonics books focus on different spelling patterns for the long vowel sounds ee as in tree, ie as in tie, oa as in boat and ai as in train. The focus phonics in this book are ai as in train. Oxford Reading Tree Songbirds Phonics are highly decodable, beautifully illustrated stories written by best-selling author Julia Donaldson. The series contains a variety of storylines, rhyme, rhythm and genre ensuring there is something for every child to enjoy. The rich, patterned language in the stories is decodable making them perfect for children to practise their phonics. Songbirds Phonics can be used as a complete phonics programme, or the individual books can be used for phonics practice alongside any other phonics programme. Each book contains inside cover notes to support parents/carers with their children's phonics practice and comprehension.