Author: Elaine Kirn
Suitable for: Secondary Students, Young Adults, Adults. independent learners, and Home School students. Instructors and Tutors. For English improvement, ESL, EFL, Literacy, WIOA, Career and College, and Corrections Institutions.
What It Is:
A "SYMBOL" stands for Numerals and letters, these are the most common kinds of symbols.Numbers stand for sizes and amounts. Letters of the alphabet represent sounds of the language.Symbols stand for (represent)
things and ideas.
A "SIGN" stands for pictures and words. A sign should be easy to read, but it should also have meaning and purpose.
Why You need it: To provide practice about
1.Differences between symbols and signs
2.Do symbols always look the same?
3.How are symbols important to reading?
4. Where do symbols come from?
5.How do some symbols become international? Why aren’t all symbols universal?
6.How do pictures differ from symbols?
7. Are all symbols in writing?
8. what is the purpose of signs?
9. What else do signs do?
10.Does signs change with times?
11.How can we get the point of notices and signs?