Lesley Ito

Fifty Ways to Teach Young Learners Lesley Ito Teaching English as a second or foreign language is full of challenges: How do you hold students’ interest? How do you ensure that they get enough practice to really learn? Teaching young learners—children—presents unique challenges. Teachers are often looking for age- and level-appropriate activities. This book presents…

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Shelley Hale Lee

  At School Shelley Hale Lee Meet the Park family. Their two daughters are starting school in the US. Their teacher is very nice, but she wants to give Min Jee an English name. And Min Jee doesn’t want an English name… Her mom is taking a Zoom class to help her English. But nobody…

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Maggie Sokolik

Writing for Social Justice Maggie Sokolik   Writing can make a difference in your world. Whether it’s personal writing that helps you clarify issues in your own life, letters and petitions to draw attention to local and national issues, or essays about the big issues, learning to write clearly, logically, and effectively can help you…

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Dorothy E. Zemach

Dorothy E. Zemach

After Twenty Years (adapted) Twenty years ago, 18-year old Bob and 20-year old Jimmy said good-bye to each other at Big Joe Brady’s restaurant and went off to seek their fortunes. But they promised to meet again in exactly twenty years at the same place. Tonight is that moment. Bob is already there, waiting… but…

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Adam L. Penenberg

Virtually True Adam L. Penenberg True Ailey is a journalist in a strange land, exiled by his network to a damp Southeast Asian republic gouged out a war-ravaged peninsula weeping monsoon tears. When his friend is murdered, True sets out to find the killers, and in the process untangles a vast conspiracy that threatens to…

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