A level 2 Oxford Bookworms Library graded reader. This version includes an audio book: listen to the story as you read. Written for Learners of English by Peter Dainty. All he wanted to do was to marry the woman he loved. But his country said 'No!' He was Edward VIII, King of Great Britain, King of India, King of Australia, and King of thirty-nine other countries. And he loved the wrong woman. She was beautiful and she loved him - but she was already married to another man. It was a love story that shook the world. The King had to choose: to be King, or to have love . . . and leave his country, never to return.
The aim of this text is to help students and teachers create a rich environment for reading, and to develop a principled and secure understanding of the processes and practices involved so that they can bring and keep reading under control. The book places the teaching of reading in a theoretical, political and historical framework, and presents coverage of all key issues. Readers should be able to recognize, evaluate and make considered use of the various beliefs, approaches, routines, resources and assessment procedures that are found in schools. Children's books are discussed and current reading schemes are assessed. Individual teachers are couraged to develop their own practice on firm foundations.
Oxygen takes the reader on an enthralling journey, as gripping as a thriller, as it unravels the unexpected ways in which oxygen spurred the evolution of life and death. The book explains far more than the size of ancient insects: it shows how oxygen underpins the origin of biological complexity, the birth of photosynthesis, the sudden evolution of animals, the need for two sexes, the accelerated ageing of cloned animals like Dolly the sheep, and the surprisingly long lives of bats and birds. Drawing on this grand evolutionary canvas, Oxygen offers fresh perspectives on our own lives and deaths, explaining modern killer diseases, why we age, and what we can do about it.
Release on 2017-09-18 | by Han Yu,Kathryn M. Northcut
Practices, Theories, and Pedagogies
Author: Han Yu,Kathryn M. Northcut
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
This book addresses the roles and challenges of people who communicate science, who work with scientists, and who teach STEM majors how to write. In terms of practice and theory, chapters address themes encountered by scientists and communicators, including ethical challenges, visual displays, and communication with publics, as well as changed and changing contexts and genres. The pedagogy section covers topics important to instructors’ everyday teaching as well as longer-term curricular development. Chapters address delivery of rhetorically informed instruction, communication from experts to the publics, writing assessment, online teaching, and communication-intensive pedagogies and curricula.
This text is a must-read for preservice teachers, in-service teachers, graduate students of literacy and related fields, and alternative teaching candidates seeking reading endorsement or certification."--BOOK JACKET.