G-7.4: Biographies- Intermediate level
G-7.4: Biographies- Intermediate level
G-7.4: Biographies- Intermediate level
G-7.4: Biographies- Intermediate level
G-7.4: Biographies- Intermediate level
G-7.4: Biographies- Intermediate level

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G-7.4: Biographies- Intermediate level

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Author: Elaine Kirn-Rubin 

Suitable for: Students, Instructors and Tutors.  Secondary Students, Young Adults, Adults, independent learners, and Home School students. For English improvement, ESL, EFL, Literacy, WIOA, Career and College, and Corrections Institutions. New Readers; Beginning through Intermediate Language Learners.

What They Are: This 129 page book consist of large selection of engaging, effective Ideas for Biography-based materials creation, activities, and games. Intermediate Levels, there are two biographical readings per odd-numbered page, illustrated to the right and/or at the bottom. Low Intermediate selections 31-42 appear in alphabetical order by the last (family) surnames or popularized labeling of their 12 subjects. The 18 High Intermediate Bios have been “doubled” or “tripled.” Presenting info about 2 or 3 famous people or characters each, they are arranged according to
their “Subject Categories,” such as Aviators, Chefs, Civil Rights Leaders, Dancers, Detectives, and so on..

Why You Need Them: In all 30 of these brief sections, they are asked or encouraged to contribute their own reactions, opinions, and/or knowledge; to look for causes and additional truths; to explain, ask, comment, find more answers; to do whatever “research” interests or motivates them.

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What They Do:Of course, not only leveled, progressive reading selections but also associated exercises and “tests” are designed to facilitate educational development, especially critical reading and thinking skills that can culminate in enthusiasm about lifelong learning. Ideas for activities and games that follow on pages 125-148 will also help improve oral skills