This book study/workbook contains activities for each chapter and can serve as a (1) book study for faculties of educators seeking to form a book study group, (2) a study from the eyes of a student and what the challenges feel like on a daily basis as one completes the activities, and (3) a guide for professional development sessions focused on dyslexia and what the challenges are.
According to surveys, 91% of teachers purchase basic school supplies for their classroom with their own money. Classroom success often cost teachers more financially, physically and also emotionally.
Teachers’ will need support from the community to establish and cultivate an environment of success for students in their classroom.
Teachers’ cannot do it alone.
This book is loaded with 1000 questions with rhyming answers in 31 different categories. Great for children between the ages of 4 and 10 years old. Example: What has springs, a tangerine or a trampoline? or What has tails a chimp or a blimp? or What has a roller skate or a license plate? This book is sure to capture the imagination and attention a child's developing needs.
Between them, Mike Sayer and Ros Wright have written numerous Teacher’s Books, so who better to demystify the process? In this module the role of the Teacher’s Book writer is examined, along with a detailed breakdown of all the essential elements that need to be included in an excellent Teacher’s Book.