Back To School Magic: Practical, Detailed And Illuminating GuideTools and tips you need to organize your back-to-school ESL classroom and help your students succeed, with solutions so planned and prepared that other teachers might think they’re magic.
This is a textbook for pre-service elementary school teachers and for current teachers who are taking professional development courses. By emphasizing the precision of mathematics, the exposition achieves a logical and coherent account of school mathematics at the appropriate level for the readership. Wu provides a comprehensive treatment of all the standard topics about numbers in the school mathematics curriculum: whole numbers, fractions, and rational numbers.
Digital Technology, Schools and Teachers' Workplace Learning: Policy, Practice and Identity
This book advances an alternative reading of the social, political and cultural issues surrounding schools and technology and develops a comprehensive overview of the interplay between policy, practice and identity in school workplaces. It explores how digital technologies have become an integral element of the politics and socially negotiated practices of school workplaces as school campuses are now awash with digital hardware and growing amounts of school work is carried out on a 'virtual' basis.
The TOEFL Junior Standard test is an objective and reliable measure of your English communication skills. While the ETS university-level TOEFL test continues to set the standard for the measurement of English-language proficiency worldwide, the TOEFL Junior Standard test measures the degree to which students in middle school and lower levels of high school have attained proficiency in the academic and social English-language skills representative of English-medium instructional environments. Usually these students are ages 11-15.
This book discusses the empirical studies on how biological age influences foreign language learning in school. It provides a succinct overview of a complex field for both experts and researchers interested in the teaching and learning of foreign languages.
Move It! is a four-level American English course with a complete print and digital learning package. Multiple options for dynamic, personalized classes motivate today's 21st century teenagers, whatever their learning styles. The first course for teenagers, fully implementing 21st Century Learning & Teaching, prepares students to succeed in the contemporary world.
The photocopiable activities provide a variety of material to use during the school year, for use in class or for additional practice at home, and include: • Grammar • Vocabulary • Reading and Listening skills • Writing • Speaking