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Teaching Tales

by David Anderson

An amusing look back at a teaching career spanning thirty years in the elementary schools of Ontario.

Romeo and Juliet Scene by Scene: A Teaching Resource

by Amy Farrell

Romeo and Juliet Scene by Scene is a teacher’s companion guide to Shakespeare’s play and is intended for use in lesson planning, and in the classroom. It provides 67 teacher pointers which flag the key elements in the play. There are a further 135 questions to provoke student engagement and personal response. It is conveniently broken down into act and scene, providing teachers with points to consider and questions for each scene. Romeo and Juliet Scene by Scene is designed to encourage students to thoroughly know and understand the text, and so engage with the play in a meaningful way. Romeo and Juliet Scene by Scene is also a handy revision aid for students.

The Spanish Crash Course: Guide To Learning Basic Spanish In Record Time

by Jodie Brewer

Want to learn Spanish but think it’s too much work?

Take it from a once clueless â??gringa’, it is not!

For a limited time only get this wonderful guide for just $2.99. Regularly priced

at $5.99. Read on your PC, Mac, smart phone, tablet or Kindle device.

You’re about to discover how easy is to learn Spanish…

Spanish has always been dubbed the language of passion; the seductive roll of the â??r’, the intrigue and inferring way the lingo rolls off the tongue of a native speaker and the way the image of you salsaing away the night are all images that go with the culture. For these and many other reasons people are often intrigue with the culture and wanting to learn the language. Most often than not we tend to be intimidated but the details we find we need to learn and so before we have even given it a shot we decide it cannot be done.

Well, take it from someone who once showed up in a Spanish country with no more Spanish knowledge than â??hola!’ and â??adios!’ which lead to quite an adventure leading up to full fluency a few years later. In hindsight I can honestly say, the most frustrating part was wanting and needing to know the language and trying to communicate without that knowledge. Once I started learning it was like a fluid toppling of a stack of dominoes. What I thought would have been quite a challenge turned out to simply being something that needed the willingness and a little practice.

This is why I wrote this guide, to show you from a first-hand perspective that it’s really not that bad. Spanish classes and teach yourself books can be a bit daunting but I found that if I first learnt verbs, then how to conjugate them in simple present, past and future I was already half way through. Next comes learning basic vocabulary after which you simply needed to know the rules of constructing a sentence which is pretty much constant in any language and in a matter of days- a couple weeks tops- you could be speaking conversational Spanish and your vacation or backpacking plans will be so much easier for it.

There is always the question of whether or not you will understand the accents and so I included a few songs lyrics at the end in both Spanish and English so you can learn even more sentence construct and to hear the accent you just youtube the song. All in all this is a fun and simply way to learn the language, taking it bit by bit. don’t be afraid and don’t second guess yourself. Dive right in will youthful temerity and learn the language of passion. ¡Vamanos! Let’s go!

Here Is A Preview Of What’s Inside…

  • Basic Spanish Greetings
  • Basic Spanish Phrases
  • Conversational Questions
  • All About Verbs
  • Past, Present, Future Tense
  • Fixed Spanish Phrases
  • Construction of Spanish Sentences
  • Bonus Mini-Dictionary
  • Plus much, much more!

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Out of the Classroom: A Quick-Start Guide to Homeschooling

by Nadine French

If you are thinking about homeschooling, but don’t know where to start, this quick-start guide will get you pointed in the right direction.

This is a short, 5,000 word guide that includes how to register for homeschooling in your state, de-schooling, curriculum recommendation, and common mistakes to avoid when you get started off homeschooling.

I use my personal experience as a homeschooler to help bring you my knowledge and help you have a positive homeschool experience.

The Seven E’s of Reading for Pleasure (Alphabet Sevens)

by Sue Cowley

In this short book, Sue Cowley gathers together a huge variety of techniques that will all boost reading for pleasure in your school or setting. She explains a range of approaches that teachers and practitioners can use with their children, to help them become highly motivated readers. Sue examines the best ways to support emerging readers and to build reading expertise. She gives ideas for engaging students with different kinds of texts, and for creating an environment that will inspire a love of reading. Sue also examines ways to harness the power of emotions and experiences to get all of your children reading for pleasure.

This mini guide is written in Sue’s much-loved honest and straight talking style. No theory, no jargon, just down to earth approaches that really work. Whatever age of children you teach, your students will benefit from the strategies and techniques that she reveals here. Read Sue’s concise book now and get all of your students to build a lifelong love of reading.

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