Word by Word - Beginning Workbook
Steven J. Molinsky,
Prix de détail: 30,95 $
Nombre de pages: 176
Format: Livre relié
The Word by Word Picture Dictionary is the centrepiece of the complete Word by Word Vocabulary Development Program, which offers a wide selection of print and media support materials for instruction at all levels.
The Canadian edition features a map of Canada showing provinces, territories, and major cities; Canadian symbols; Canadian currency; metric weights and measures; and Canadian spelling. Ancillary materials include workbooks at two different levels (Beginning and Intermediate) and a teacher's resource book.
The Beginning and Intermediate Workbooks offer stimulating and motivating reinforcement through reading, writing, and listening comprehension practice. The Word by Word workbooks are designed to work equally well in single- and multilevel classes. All students can work on the same Picture Dictionary lesson while using workbooks geared to their individual levels.
Steven J. Molinsky is Professor of Education at Boston University, where he is a senior faculty member in the Graduate Program in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages. He holds M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in Linguistics from Harvard University. His primary interest is the development of innovative approaches to language teaching. He has taught methodology courses at Boston University for more than 30 years and has worked with teachers in-training throughout the world.Bill Bliss
Bill Bliss is President of the Language and Communication Workshop, which provides training and consulting services in language learning, literacy, immigrant education, and citizenship. Since 1974, he has worked as a teacher, trainer, refugee camp program manager, consultant to government agencies and school systems, and advocate for immigrant and refugee education. He holds an M.Ed. degree from Harvard University. His interests include social justice education, immigration policy, and the impact of social media and emerging technologies on education.