Solutions has been thoroughly modernized with 80% new content to draw in students, embed the grammar and vocabulary presented, and engage them in the tasks. Its guided approach builds up every student’s confidence, through step-by-step objectives, lots of practice, meaningful personalization activities, and exam preparation tasks.
The Teacher’s book includes notes for every unit, and provides numerous ways to extend the material. Unit overviews give a map of all the resources available, and include ideas for songs and useful web links.
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Mr Bean goes to a restaurant for his birthday dinner. But, of course, things don’t go smoothly. He doesn’t like the food. But what can he do? He tries to hide it in the strangest places!
This book focuses on constructivist theory and collaborative interdisciplinary studies, showing how constructivist theory complements interdisciplinary studies. Constructivist theory stresses how learners construct new ideas and concepts, while the interdisciplinary method requires that learners approach complex problems from multiple perspectives.
Teaching English to Young Learners is a rapidly growing field around the world, and English education is increasingly found at the primary levels. However, starting earlier is not necessarily the solution for producing better English speakers.
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Teaching at Home explains the author’s approach, focused on adapting to the demands of Billy’s atypical mind and respecting his vivid imaginative world while attracting and retaining his attention.
Children with pervasive developmental disorders often do not learn from conventional methods, which can result in social isolation, behavior problems, limitations in communication, and slow academic growth. Greater integration into home and school activities, improved behavior and academic success can be achieved using alternative-augmentative communication (AAC), and this book explains exactly how to make it happen.