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Programming for the Second Cycle of Primary Education By María Belén Abraldes Castro
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English Annual Planning for Primary Education By Mª Asunción Aller Alamancos
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Programación de inglés para primaria. Primer curso del primer ciclo. Incluye actividades e imágenes.
Classroom Programme, 3rd Level of Primary Education By Ana Fernández Conde
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ENGLISH CURRICULAR PLANNING for the 5thof Primary Education By María Isabel Rey Seijo
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1. INTRODUCTION 2. CONTEXTUALIZATION 3. TABLE 4. OBJECTIVES 5. KEY COMPETENCES 6. CONTENTS 7. DIDACTIC UNIT GUIDELINES 8. METHODOLOGY. 9. DIVERSITY 10. EVALUATION 11. CONCLUSION 12. BIBLIOGRAPHY.
Teaching programme 5th year Primary Education By Ana Belén Fernández Torres
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Practical Primary Writing Activities By Dave Windholz
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This book offers primary classroom teachers(Kindergarten through 4th Grade) practical ideas and resources to create an effective writing classroom environment.
Practical Primary Writing Activities By Dave Windholz
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This book offers primary classroom teachers(Kindergarten through 4th Grade) practical ideas and resources to create an effective writing classroom environment.
Investigative Mathematics for Primary Two By Kai Ling Lim, Quinnie KC Ng
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This book is created by Ms Lim Kai Ling (MA. Mathematics Education) and Ms Quinnie KC Ng (BSc in Mathematics) who are teachers each with at least 10 years of teaching experience at primary level.... More > Therefore, this book is very useful for teachers, tutors and parents and to be used in schools or at home where Mathematics teaching aids or manipulatives are readily available. Bring your Maths lessons to life with these activities or games, and make learning interesting, interactive and enjoyable for students. Every activity or game comes with a 'Pre-requisite Knowledge' and the 'Specific Instructional Objective (SIO)'. Hence, practitioners are able to identify the mathematical concept underlying each activity.< Less
Investigative Mathematics for Primary One By Kai Ling Lim, Quinnie K.C. Ng
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This book is created by Ms Lim Kai Ling (MA. Mathematics Education) and Ms Quinnie KC Ng (BSc in Mathematics) who are teachers each with at least 10 years of teaching experience at primary level.... More > Therefore, this book is very useful for teachers, tutors and parents and to be used in schools or at home where Mathematics teaching aids or manipulatives are readily available. Bring your Maths lessons to life with these activities or games, and make learning interesting, interactive and enjoyable for students. Every activity or game comes with a 'Pre-requisite Knowledge' and the 'Specific Instructional Objective (SIO)'. Hence, practitioners are able to identify the mathematical concept underlying each activity.< Less
Primary Language Lessons By Emma Serl
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Primary Language Lessons is a a beginning guide to grammar and usage for the early elementary student. Within these pages you will find stories, poems, and pictures of fine art. Each lesson... More > introduces principles of grammar and word use through question and answer, composition, memorization, oral presentation, and dictation. Serl recommended that Primary Language Lessons be used for the second half of grade 2 and grade 3, or ages 6 through 8. One of Primary Language Lessons’ outstanding characteristics is the use of high quality literature and art to teach language and grammar. Serl’s use of this method parallels the work of British educational reformer Charlotte Mason (1842-1923) who advocated the use of high-quality literature as a pathway to learning. Miss Mason taught that children relish well-written, well-told books and model them in their speech and writing. By following this example, our children’s teachers are great authors and artists rather than dry textbooks. What could be better?< Less