With this amazingly popular Leap Frog you can study how to join each of the letters of the alphabet in their own fun-filled classroom devoted to the study of their unique sound. A nice song is a summation of "class" of each letter and entices even the most reluctant of the kids (and parents) to sing to the sound of each letter. Dialogue should be playing for the program and gives children a chance to practice their skills novootkrytye recognizing letters and their sounds. Language: ONLY ENGLISH
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Englishness and National Culture
In this study, Antony Easthope argues that the typical discourses of Englishness are structured by a deep-rooted philosophic tradition: empiricism. He sustains his polemic through appeal to a wide array of instances from high and popular culture, ranging from philosophical and literary works through the daily press and aspects of the English sense of humour. This text asserts a profound continuity running through from the 17th to the late 20th century.
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This study of Anglo-American legal discourse is the first comprehensive discourse analysis of American legal language in its prototypical setting, the trial by jury. With ethnographic data gathered in a civil jury trial, the book compares the discourse processing of the legal participants and the lay jurors in the trial.This study, examining an entire trial, finds that it is constraints at the level of a Foucauldian discursive formation that prevent lay understanding.
50 Studies Every Internist Should Know presents key studies that have shaped the practice of internal medicine. Selected using a rigorous methodology, the studies cover topics including: preventative medicine, endocrinology, hematology and oncology, musculoskeletal diseases, nephrology, gastroenterology, infectious diseases, cardiology, pulmonology, geriatrics and palliative care, and mental health. For each study, a concise summary is presented with an emphasis on the results and limitations of the study, and its implications for practice.
Computer Classroom at Home: Maths 5 - 6 This title introduces children to Maths concepts, including data and graphs, fractions, angles and problem solving. It includes a full instruction manual. This Australian program will help children practise and improve key learning skills that will assist their understanding of Maths taught in the primary classroom. Features interactive lessons with colourful characters who introduce topics and act as study partners when children need assistance.* Developed from the Primary School Curriculum* Monitors child's progress* Ability to print lesson content
Speak English or What?: Codeswitching and Interpreter Use in New York City Courts
This book presents a study of interpreter-mediated interaction in New York City small claims courts, drawing on audio-recorded arbitration hearings and ethnographic fieldwork. Focusing on the language use of speakers of Haitian Creole, Polish, Russian, or Spanish, the study explores how these litigants make use of their limited proficiency in English, in addition to communicating with the help of professional court interpreters.