eBook Books for a Small Planet: A Multicultural-Intercultural Bibliography for Young English Language Learners download
by Dorothy S. Brown
Author: Dorothy S. Brown
Publisher: Teachers of English to (December 1, 1994)
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Books for a Small Planet book. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read
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Home Dorothy S. Brown Books for a Small Planet: A ultural. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside.
Home Dorothy S. ISBN 10: 0939791536, ISBN 13: 9780939791538. Bookseller Inventory GRP29727915. Ask Seller a Question. Bibliographic Details Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing Co. Publication Date: 1994.
Cite this publication. What cultural aspects are included in English teacher’s books for young learners? What instructions are provided for teaching cultural content to young learners? The project involves an analysis of selected teachers’ books currently used in teaching English to YL in Polish primary schools.
1994) Books for a Small Planet: A ultural Bibliography From Young Young English Learners. Materials should be chosen that are at or below the reading ability of the student.
What this book is about: A small town in Virginia is having some trouble with suspicious deaths and bloody fingers.
It’s a great place to learn many new words, especially adjectives (words that describe). 10. Sincerely, Carter by Whitney Gracia Williams. The English in this book: Harry Potter is written for young adults, so the writing is very simple but still full of life. It’s also a British book, so if you’re learning British English, you can find some UK-specific writing here. 12. The Girl with All the Gifts by M. R. Carey. What this book is about: A small town in Virginia is having some trouble with suspicious deaths and bloody fingers. Who is causing all this trouble?
I Went Walking By Sue Williams Illustrated by Julie Vivas PaperbackAges years A young child goes for a walk and discovers a colorful parade of animals along the way. "What a charmer.
I Went Walking By Sue Williams Illustrated by Julie Vivas PaperbackAges years A young child goes for a walk and discovers a colorful parade of animals along the way. An excellent story hour choice. Julie Vivas' lively watercolor illustrations complement the simple, predictable story. I saw a black cat looking at me.
While most of the books on this list are appropriate for preschoolers and younger, we like this one for preschool and u. This is a great book for introducing farm animals and the sounds they make.
9. Whose Baby Am I? This book has beautiful, warm illustrations of baby animals. Turn the page to see the baby together with its parent. 5. Peek-a-Moo! This lift-the-flap book is another great one for introducing farm animals and the sounds they make. Toddlers and younger in particular will appreciate the large bright images and flaps. 4. From Head to Toe Eric Carle has a lot of great animal books.
English learners are getting younger. Across the world, from Chile to Mongolia, from China to Portugal, English is being introduced in primary schools, with greater compulsion, and at steadily lowering ages. A global survey of English for young learners, undertaken by the British Council in 1999, showed that the majority of countries in which English was taught in primary schools had introduced the innovation in the 1990s.