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The Picture Stories Series is perfect for students with little or no literacy skills in English or in their first language. The authors present stories about immigrant families' experiences when they first arrived in the United States, which students are certain to understand. Literacy skills as well as more complex tasks in listening, speaking, reading, and writing are learned, practiced, and reinforced using these different picture stories as the focus for each unit.More Picture Stories: Language and Problem-Posing Activities for Beginners, by Fred Ligon, Elizabeth Tannenbaum, and Carol Richardson Rogers, is for beginning to low-intermediate students. (Written in association with The Experiment in International Living.)See also Picture Stories: Language and Literacy Activities for Beginners.
|Publication date:||27th November 1991|
|Author:||Fred Ligon, Elizabeth Tannenbaum, Carol Richardson Rodgers|
|Publisher:||Pearson Education (US)|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|