The "My Pals are Here Maths" program from Singapore Math is a unique math curriculum designed to build math fluency and help students hone problem-solving and critical thinking skills. This "Pupils Book 6B Bundle" is an explanatory textbook and e-resourcebook that's designed to be used with the "MPH Maths 6B Workbook" (not included and sold-separately). Colorful and engaging, this textbook features step-by-step explanations in each chapter along with narrated thoughts from characters who are integrated throughout. In the included e-resource, animated chapter openers help engage students and reinforce what they've learned beyond the classroom .
This is the full eBook edition of Saxophone Basics Pupil's book (with audio) in fixed-layout format and offers a fresh design, clear technical drawings, fun illustrations, new activities, pull-out fingering chart and of course all of the great tunes featured in the original Saxophone Basics. Starting at absolute beginner level and progressing to about Grade 2, it contains:
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A fresh, new edition of this popular Viola tutor, which can be used with the Violin, Cello and Double Bass books for group lessons or mixed ensemble performances. Progressively graded in 20 learning steps, with concise theory explanations, duets, teacher's parts and a mixture of classical, traditional and popular pieces.This title offers an identical selection of repertoire to the other books in the Abracadabra Strings series, so they can be used in any combination for group or whole class lessons and mixed ensemble performances. Used alone, they remain ideal for individual tuition.With tunes you know and want to play, carefully graded in 20 learning steps, this new edition of the popular tutor also includes duets, trios and teacher's parts. Clear fingering and bowing diagrams and concise theory explanations help to teach the fundamentals of the instrument, and each new technical aspect is reinforced by several pieces using that particular technique.
Preston Lodge High School in East Lothian worked with pupils to establish what they wanted from a book group and let pupils decided the name (The PL Page Turners). To recruit new members, they used registration slides, social media and newsletters. The group decided to read the Scottish Teenage Book Prize shortlist and used the resources available to encourage discussion of the books. They also watched the author videos and contacted the authors with their questions on the books.
Many schools moved their book clubs online during lockdown throughout 2020 and 2021. For example, Arbroath High School in Angus moved their meeting online and met monthly to discuss what they were reading. They introduced audiobooks that were available for free and easy to access for members. Even though most pupils are back in school, is there an element of digital engagement you would like to keep as part of the book club? Speak to pupils and find out what their preference is for accessing books in different formats.
Paisley Grammar School in Renfrewshire found lockdown restrictions meant they couldn't run their book club as usual. So the librarian delivered books and spoke regularly to pupils outside of the library about the book they were reading. Pupils were given opportunities to use arts and crafts, draw pictures and even write their own stories to share their thoughts and feelings on the book. These could be shared around the school and helped raise awareness of the book group to other pupils.
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A German language course for adult beginners, both independent learners and those following adult education courses. It has been updated to reflect developments in the language and culture of German-speaking nations, and also the political changes in Germany. Audio files to accompany the book are available to download from www.routledge.com/cw/sutton .
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(a) "Textbook" means any book or book substitute, including electronic books as well as other printed materials delivered electronically, which a pupil uses as a text or text substitute in a particular class or program in the school regularly attended and a copy of which is expected to be available for the individual use of each pupil in this class or program. Textbook includes an online book with an annual subscription cost. Textbook includes a teacher's edition, teacher's guide, or other materials that accompany a textbook that a pupil uses when the teacher's edition, teacher's guide, or other teacher materials are packaged physically or electronically with textbooks for student use.
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Mr Mubanga decided to take the discussion further. He asked the class to think about the purpose of book covers and then to look at the cover of a storybook he had brought in. Can they tell from the cover what the story is about? What did they like or not like about the cover? Could it be improved and if so, how? After a lively discussion and reading the story to the pupils, he asked them to work in groups of four to make a new cover design for this book and gave them loose sheets of paper to work on. When they had finished, one pupil from each group explained to the class why they had chosen their design. Mr Mubanga displayed the covers on the classroom wall. 041b061a72