The English alphabet may be very different from your native language's alphabet. A, B, C, D, E, er... what comes next? Do you find it difficult to remember the letters of the English alphabet in the right order? To make it easy, Authors Elaine Kirn-Rubin & Arthur E. Rubin's wrote an easy 80-page, comprehensive source of 26 Game and activity ideas, A to Z. "Everything to Know (Now) about Teaching & Learning Alphabetic Writing Systems. This book Offers 26 effective sets of lessons, activities, and games requiring little or no preparation. To achieve this, it:
- Explains why and how to teach the forms, names, and order of the letters in the English alphabet
- Starts with basics; progresses to techniques that work with most learning styles
- Adds variety, motivation, energy, cooperation, and competition to language classrooms, tutoring situations, learning groups, and individual study
- Includes reproducible classroom-ready materials and website referrals
With this book you'll be able to:
- understand oral spelling—and spell aloud
- write down letters and words from dictation, oral reading, or speech
- look up items in dictionaries or other alphabetized sources quickly
- alphabetize for personal, educational, real-life, and work purposes
- differentiate between letters and sounds in reading, phonics, and pronunciation
- improve language ability without stress--through enjoyable and motivating activities, games, and puzzles
- use knowledge of how systems work to streamline language learning.
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Authors: Elaine Kirn-Rubin & Arthur E. Rubin
Suitable for: K-8, Secondary, Young Adult, Adult; Pre-Literate to New Readers; Basic to Beginning Language Learners