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Coraline by Neil Gaiman
When a young girl ventures through a hidden door, she finds another life with shocking similarities to her own. Coraline has moved to a new house with her parents and she is fascinated by the fact that their 'house' is in fact only half a house! Divided into flats years before, there is a brick wall behind a door where once there was a corridor. One day it is a corridor again and the intrepid Coraline wanders down it. And so a nightmare-ish mystery begins that takes Coraline into the arms of counterfeit parents and a life that isn't quite right. Can Coraline get out? Can she find her real parents? Will life ever be the same again?
Wallace S Year Book Of Trotting And Pacing In by John Hankins Wallace
Language Toolkit For New Zealand 1 by Andrea Hayes
Language Toolkit for New Zealand Book 1 is a workbook to support the development of language and literacy skills through various communication modes. Students will develop the skills they need to read, view, listen and speak, and to write and create their own texts in a variety of contexts and for a variety of audiences and purposes. The units in Language Toolkit for New Zealand Book 1 are organised around different text types, including multimodal texts that provide a context for the development of language skills. Grammatical rules are clearly and simply explained. • Comprehension, grammar, spelling, punctuation and vocabulary exercises build language and literacy skills. • Spelling lists and dictionary exercises encourage vocabulary development and confidence. • Revision exercises allow students to review their progress and strengthen their understanding and confidence from one unit to the next.
Language Toolkit 1 by Andrea Hayes
Language Toolkit 1 is a workbook for junior secondary students to support the development of language and literacy skills through various communication modes. Students will develop the skills they need to read, view, listen and speak, and to write and create their own texts in a variety of contexts and for a variety of audiences and purposes. With a strong focus on visual grammar and multimodal texts, the workbook's units are organised around different text types that provide a context for the development of language skills. • Grammatical rules are clearly and simply explained • Comprehension, grammar, spelling, punctuation and vocabulary exercises build language and literacy skills • Spelling tests and dictionary exercises encourage vocabulary development confidence • Revision exercises allow students to review their progress and strengthen their understanding and confidence from one unit to the next.
Year Book Trotting And Pacing by United States Trotting Association
Annual Year Book United States Trotting Association by United States Trotting Association
Anglophone Literature In Second Language Teacher Education by Justin Quinn
Anglophone Literature in Second Language Teacher Education proposes new ways that literature, and more generally culture, can be used to educate future teachers of English as a second language. Arguing that the way literature is used in language teacher education can be transformed, the book foregrounds transnational approaches and shows how these can be applied in literature and cultural instruction to encourage intercultural awareness in future language educators. It draws on theoretical discussions from literary and cultural studies as well as applied linguistics and is an example how these cross-discipline conversations can take place, and thus help make Second-language teacher education (SLTE) programs more responsive to the challenges faced by future English-language teachers. Written in the idiom of literary scholarship, the book uses ideas of intercultural studies that have gained widespread support at research level, yet have not affected literature–cultural curricula in SLTE. As the first interdisciplinary study to suggest how SLTE programs can respond with curricula, this book will be of great interest for academics, scholars and post graduate students in the fields of applied linguistics, L2 and foreign language education, teacher education and post-graduate TESOL. It has universal appeal, addressing teaching faculty in any third-level institution that prepares language teachers and includes literary studies in their curriculum, as well as administrators in such organizations.
Read It Forward by Linda Kay
With this practical guide, it's easy to implement the proven fun—and learning—of a read-it-forward program in your middle school library. Teens recommend books to other teens, offering a surefire way to promote books and reading. • An easy-to-follow process for creating an RIF program in any middle school • Testimonials from those who have initiated and run RIF projects • Specific examples of what works and what doesn't • Resource lists from which librarians can draw in creating their own programs • Offers librarians step-by-step guidance in running a read-it-forward project in which students are encouraged to read books then pass them on to others • Shows how RIF encourages interest in reading for middle school students during a period when they often stop reading for recreation • Discusses how RIF can provide a focus for library programming throughout the school year, connecting it to academics • Demonstrates ways to get students excited about reading by connecting it to the curriculum they are studying