Free reference Kindle books for 05 Dec 13

One Monkey Up, One Monkey Down! (A Rhyming Beginner Sight Word Book)

by Preston Gerber

This cute little book allows your child to learn to read using sight words! On each page you’ll find simple sight words (in fun rhyming fashion) along with a captivating picture so your child will learn to associate words with different actions.

The words are based on the Dolch sight word list, and include: up, down, little, funny, this, these, those, ride, fly and others.

The fun pictures are sure to capture the attention of your little ones, and have them reading this book in no time!



Super Teacher’s Inside Look at How Kids Learn: Brain Based Learning and Teaching (Super Teacher Series)

by Jason Stanley

A Complete Teaching and Management System

Just imagine how it would feel if you could cut your busy time in half and double the effectiveness of your teaching time.

This series will give you all the tools you need so your students become wholly engaged, learn fully and deeply, and have great behavior because they want to be in your class.

This book is the foundation of the full brain based learning and teaching system for stellar teaching success.

Teaching is hard isn’t it? First you spend hours preparing for class. With your hard work complete and ready to teach, you realize you have to also be a, disciplinarian, motivator, and counselor!

Of course you didn’t start teaching to become a disciplinarian, you did it to help kids learn and make the world a better place – right?

You have probably looked at lots of teaching techniques and classroom management methods such as learning modalities, multiple intelligences and flipped classroom only to find that they just added many extra hours onto your already busy schedule with little or no real results except you being even more exhausted.

So what are your options?

Of course you can just keep on “battling on” doing what you do now. You can research and do trial and error to find a better way. Or you can learn from the dedicated efforts of a complete school faculty and staff team that has already been there.

Sound good? Let me give you a little of what you will learn…

You will learn how to:

o Optimize your student’s ability to learn

o Involve your students with engaged active learning

o Master your student’s information retention for maximum achievement on tests

o Avoid time traps that suck time away from teaching

o Avoid guilt over popular theories that have no business in your class

o Avoid poorly formed theories that don’t work in real classrooms with real students

The author, Jason Stanley is a recovering school administrator that was faced with a rebuilding dismally failing school. Out of desperation the best teaching methods, classroom techniques, ideas, and education theories were sifted and distilled to build a successful teaching model for personal development and classroom success. There were no rock star teachers or over the top techies; just a dedicated team that needed something that would work for everyone in every classroom from physics to literature from 1st grade to 12th grade. We found a better way and now want to give it to you.

Take a look inside

So, before buying this book, click the image of the cover at the top of this page to look inside to see what we did to create a record of astounding success.

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How To Learn And Memorize Latin Vocabulary … Using A Memory Palace Specifically Designed For Classical Latin (Magnetic Memory Series)

by Anthony Metivier

How to Learn and Memorize Latin Vocabulary … Using a Memory Palace Specifically Designed for Classical Latin (and adaptable to many other languages too)

If you’d like to improve your ability to learn Latin vocabulary by as much as 100%, 200%, even 300% (or more) … using simple memory techniques that you can learn in 15-20 minutes (or less), then this may be the most important book that you will ever read.

Believe it or not, it really doesn’t matter if you think you have a good memory or not.

The information in this book will teach you:

* Why memory is like a bicycle everyone can ride (with some minor personal adjustments).

* The real reason why no one should ever be squeamish about memorization or learning a language.

* Why and how some of the most famous memory skills are applicable to learning any language, especially Latin.

* How you can easily create a “letter location” memory system based on the Latin alphabet.

* Unique techniques that will have you literally “tuning in” on the Latin language.

* How to separate Latin words in the most effective manner for memorization.

* Two secret ways you can use relaxation to aid the memorization process. These two methods alone are worth the price of this book because they will literally eliminate your stress and apprehension as you learn Latin.

* And much, much more …

These techniques have been used by real language learners, most of whom previously considered themselves owners of a “bad memory,” to make real strides in learning Latin vocabulary.

Don’t worry! None of these techniques involve brain surgery!

Frankly, if you can memorize a short email address or the name of a movie, then you can use this system to memorize a language as rich and diverse as Latin.

Plus, everything you’ll learn in this book applies to every other language that shares the same alphabet with English. And with a little imagination, the ideas are easily transferable to other alphabet systems too.

But there’s really no time to lose.

Every day that you are not using this simple vocabulary memorization system, you are literally stealing from yourself the joy of being able to read, speak and recall an abundance of Latin vocabulary as you easily expand the natural abilities of your mind.



The Dance of the Caterpillars Bilingual Korean English

by Adele Marie Crouch

While watching her Chinese immigrant son-in-law learn the English language, it became apparent to the author that prepositions are one of the most difficult concepts to comprehend. Therefore, The Dance of The Caterpillars was written as a fun way to teach prepositions. This exciting children’s book contains twenty-two prepositions, one two-word multiple, and two three-word multiples. It is destined to become a valuable learning tool for children as well as English as a second language students. This book includes English, traditional Korean characters, and Korean transliteration. There is also a vocabulary list at the back of the book for your continued study.



Her Kind (Homeworker Helper)

by M.D. Jones

This essay was submitted by Flushing High School student Julianne Streukens. “Her Kind” is an analytical dissertation on the famous poem “Her Kind” by Anne Sexton. This essay was written for an advanced placement (AP) Literature course. The essay focuses on the linguistics presented in Sexton’s poem and how the connotations invoke various emotions and reactions. This essay offers a brief overview of the novel, and may prove insightful to avid readers and students alike. This essay is approximately 2 pages in length.

*All essays published through Homeworker Helper LLC have been published as they were submitted for classes. Grammatical errors may be present to reflect the proper grade of the submitted dissertation. The viewpoints presented in each essay do not necessarily reflect those of Homeworker Helper LLC. It is our hope that such essays will assist fellow students, in brainstorming for literary and English composition courses. Enjoy!

*Note: The essays submitted to Homeworker Helper LLC were written for the sole purpose of providing students with critical thinking, and give such students ideas of what to write about. However, these essays are subject to the ownership of each author and Homeworker Helper LLC. Please do not plagiarize. It is illegal and will not work for these essays (as they have already been used in classes and submitted to the general databases). Homeworker Helper aims to promote creative and critical thinking only. We hope that you enjoy this dissertation, and maintain a code of honesty and integrity. Remember this essay is a published work, and should be re-used only through proper citation, thank you.



Go to Class Naked: The Practical Guide to Online Learning

by Aimee Engebretson

Go to Class naked is a practical guide to online learning that contains tried-and-true strategies and tips for students taking online classes.

Distance education is a growing field and is only becoming more popular as technology evolves. It is non-conventional form of education for people of all ages and backgrounds that frees students of traditional barriers like location, time, and distance.

Go to Class Naked covers a wide variety of relevant topics about distance education including the types, paces, need-to-know vocabulary, typical assignments, technical requirements, commonly asked questions, platforms, and more.

You will learn the simple key to being a successful student online, and how the skills you attain through Go to Class Naked will stay with you throughout your educational career and beyond.

Whether you are a brand-new distance education learner, considering taking an online class,or an accomplished student; Go to Class Naked has the best strategies and tips you need to know to succeed in distance education.



Japanese-English Bilingual Picture Book Series Let’s Learn Japanese with Nini’s Picture Book; One Day in November 2013 Guess Who I Am (apanese English … Lets Learn Japanese with Ninis Picture Book)

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(This is a Japanese-English edition of the series “Let’s Learn Mandarin Chinese with Nini’s Picture Book”)

One day, when I was playing with my daughters, I suddenly realised that our daughters have very little opportunity to learn Chinese. But I wanted to provide them with more opportunity to talk Chinese.

Hi, I’m Michihiro Takahashi, the author of this book. Currently, I live in Japan with my family; my wife, two daughters, and two cats. I’m Japanese, but my wife is Chinese. Both my wife and I always wanted to bring up our children to be trilingual in English, Chinese, and Japanese. And we have tried to teach our children these languages with many different ways. However, for some reason, it has always been a little challenge for us to home-teach Chinese to them; exposure to Chinese was very limited as we normally speak English at home. That’s because my wife and I met each other when we lived abroad, and since then, English has been our common language.

Now the question is… how we can give our daughters more exposure to Chinese language. After thinking for a while, I though I could buy some Chinese-Japanese and/or -English bilingual or trilingual picture books and I could read them with my daughters together. So, I went off to look for such books in bookstores and in the Internet. However, to my surprise, I couldn’t find such books anywhere. Then, I told my wife about it, and we found the answer: “Let’s make some by ourselves!” So we decided to make some Chinese-Japanese bilingual picture books by ourselves.

Now wait a minute! You might have started to wonder why you are reading about a Chinese-Japanese picture book. Don’t worry. This IS a Japanese-English picture book. Just that originally, I made this book as a Chinese-Japanese picture book for my own daughters, but when I published it on amazon.co.jp, I received many comments and they told me that they would like to have it in Japanese-English as well. So, I decided to make a Japanese-English edition.

This book might be useful for you if youâ?¦

-are thinking about starting to learn Japanese or have recently started to learn Japanese.

-are thinking about teaching Japanese to your children.

-want to read short, easy-to-understand, and enjoyable stories in Japanese.

-want to learn Japanese by listening and looking at my pretty artistic drawings.

In some pages, there are also lists of vocabulary and brief grammar explanations as well, so you don’t need to know much of Japanese grammar either. I will introduce the Japanese grammar little by little in later stories of this series. So you’ll learn Japanese grammar gradually.

I also read and recorded each story and posted the files on my language school’s website (or I will if I haven’t done so.) They are in MP3 format. You can visit my school’s website at:



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