Sounds Great 1: Single-Letter Sounds (Children's Phonics for Reading) (Book + Flash Cards + Audio)
Sounds Great is a five-level phonics series especially developed for young EFL/ESL learners. Sounds Great initiates the path to English fluency with a systematic presentation of the alphabet, vowel combinations, and consonant blends. The full-color illustrations and vast assortment of activities in each unit of Sounds Great allow the learners to develop their reading and writing skills. The fun chants following each unit will engage the learners' interests while facilitating vocabulary acquisition.
Nowy kurs przygotowujący do egzaminu gimnazjalnego został opracowany przez zespуł autorуw mających doświadczenie w nauczaniu w polskim gimnazjum. Wyjątkowe połączenie podręcznika i repetytorium pozwala na efektywne wykorzystanie publikacji jako podręcznika w trzeciej klasie gimnazjum oraz jako repetytorium do samodzielnej powtуrki przed egzaminem.
Make English lessons exciting and fun with Treetops. Delightful characters and stories stimulate students' imaginations, motivating them to learn. Three engaging contexts, the seasons, the town, and medieval legends, offer you the opportunity for fun cross-curricular activities. And, you can enliven your lessons with the wide range of resources including puppets, posters, and classroom routines for all of the songs.
Pepys: Fire of London (Dramatized) In Pudding Lane, on 2 September, after a day of slaving over a hot oven, Thomas Farrinor, baker to King Charles II, went to bed unaware that his oven was still alight. The smouldering embers ignited some nearby firewood and by 1 o'clock in the morning his house was ablaze. A strong wind on that September morning ensured that sparks flew everywhere . . . Samuel Pepys' diary of the following days, dramatised by Hattie Naylor, reveals the unfolding drama.
Course No. 3300 Taught by Robert Garland Colgate University M.A., McMaster University Ph.D., University College London "Greece, the captive, made their savage victor captive." So wrote the Roman poet Horace in the 1st century B.C., when Rome's matchless armies had consolidated control over the entire Mediterranean world. Greece lay vanquished along with scores of other formerly independent lands. Yet Horace saw that something was special about Greece
To help your child develop good behaviour and moral values at an early age - 15 audio storybooks with stories from around the world develop values and entertain your child at the same time. Carefully written, the storybooks improve your child's reading skills and comprehension. - 15 audio CDs with recordings of all the stories help your child with accurate pronunciation while teaching important values.