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Discover Spanish Phrases: Spanish Phrasebook with 700 Realistic Phrases 2017 Edition: Spanish Phrases and Vocabulary Builder to Learn Spanish Words for Everyday Use

by World Language Institute Spain

This easy-to-use Spanish phrasebook offers realistic and effective communications. Knowing the right phrases and words to use can make all the difference, and here you have a perfect companion for business travelers, tourists, students and home learners for realistic phrases used in Spain and Latin America.

In the first part of this phrasebook you’ll learn basic language structure, the second part this book will show you 700 conveniently organized Spanish phrases and terms for most situations related to travel, study, business and services.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Part 1 Learning Spanish language structure and grammar

Part 2 Easy Spanish phrases for most situations

Telling Time, Date and the Basics
Greetings, Introductions and How to Address People
Common Everyday Spanish Phrases
Travel and Hotel Phrases
Restaurants & Eating Out Phrases
Entertainment and Recreation
Spanish Foods
Shopping and Renting Phrases
Arts
Asking Directions
Transportation Phrases
Airport and Flights
Driving and Parking
Car Problems – Phrases and Terms
Taxi & Hiring a Car
Crime and Help Phrases
General Repairs
Medical Issues & Emergencies
Banking
Legal Terms & Words
Insurance – Phrases & Terms
Real Estate – Phrases & Terms
Business & Negotiations – Phrases & Terms
Legal Phrases & Terms
Housecleaning
Guests and Invitations
Going to Church
Christmas
Housecleaning
Sports – Phrases & Terms
University and Education
Computer and Social Media
Trivial Conversation Phrases

This phrasebook will help you in many ways. What are you waiting for? Get this book now, you’ll be so happy you did!



Dyspraxia: A Parent’s Guide to Understanding Dyspraxia in Children and How to Help a Dyspraxic Child

by Cassandra Simmons

If you think your child may be struggling with dyspraxia and you want to learn how to help, then this book is for you!

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

Is your child unusually clumsy? Does he have difficulty holding his spoon or fork properly when eating? Does his room look like a tornado just swept through? Is he having trouble with the basics of movement and coordination? Dyspraxia is a medical condition that affects many, often times without the parents even being aware of what the condition is. Nevertheless, if your child is diagnosed early enough and gets some extra help from you along the way, there is a good chance that he can manage the dyspraxia and live a perfectly normal and happy life. As a parent, you’re going to need all the information you can get to better understand your child’s condition so that you can learn how to help. Furthermore, having a full understanding of dyspraxia will also make it easier for siblings and other family members to adjust and accommodate your child’s needs. This book is going to provide you with lots of important information about dyspraxia, its causes, symptoms, and effects. And most importantly, you’ll gain plenty of information on how you can help support your child in the process of managing his dyspraxia while living a quality life.

Here Is A Preview Of What You’ll Learn…

  • Understanding Dyspraxia
  • Identifying the Tell-Tale Signs
  • How Dyspraxia is Diagnosed
  • How a Parent Can Help At Home
  • Coping Advice for Parents
  • Much, much more!

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Strengthening The Victims of Bullying The Online Course: Helping Kids Become More Resilient The Bully Proof Classroom Online Academy www.bpconlineacademy.com

by James Burns

Bullying is one of the most important issues facing our families, schools, communities and society today, yet most teachers-in-training and experienced educators have not taken a class or a course about this issue. This course will help educators or anyone interested better understand the issue of bullying and develop strategies for addressing bullying in their schools. The module is based on the premise that an educator’s primary professional duty is to help students learn, and frightened students who feel that they are in an unsafe classroom environment cannot reach their potential as learners. So, in order to learn effectively victims of bullying must be strengthened in order develop resiliency as learners, and contributing students as members of the class at large.



Rumors, Gossip, Complaining and The School Climate: A One Hour Self Study Online Course

by James Burns

Complaining about students in the faculty room does nothing to support the educational environment. Once you find other teachers who enjoy complaining about students, it becomes much easier to get into a routine of complaining to each other. This then makes it easier for other teachers to join right in. What usually goes along with this is a great deal of talk about how the student’s lack of achievement or bullying and behavioral problems in the classroom are caused by outside circumstances such as family or the child’s intergenerational tendencies (e.g. “I had his father as a student and I am not surprised. He is just like him”). The problem is that you take the focus off of yourself and the things you can do to be part of the solution. Plus, if you’re badmouthing your students, and other teachers are feeding right into it, you will walk back into your classroom with a greater dislike and additional reasons for having a negative attitude toward those students.



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Things That Go (a READ & FIND book Book 2)

by Pamela Traynor

TEACHER DEVELOPED, STUDENT APPROVED!
Things That Go is an interactive and engaging book for developing readers. It combines reading readiness skills with easy identification of things that go. Children will enjoy looking at the colorful pictures as they listen to the rhyming clues. Tapping a picture gives immediate feedback.

With vivid images and easy to read print, young learners will have fun as they develop their understanding of basic sight words, simple sentences and rhyme which are the building blocks of early literacy.

Animals is the first volume in the Read & Find Series. Volume 2 explores Things That Go.



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