The new Spelling for Literacy series will consist of six books designed to reflect fully the demands of the latest National Curriculum: the books cover all the statutory requirements, which specify sounds and spelling patterns, as well as the non-statutory guidance including all the curriculum's example words...together with many others! Preserving the popular format of the original series, each book will contain forty sets of words with each set arranged across three pages: a display page, for pinning to the wall or showing on screen, a practice page, to include using the words in context, and a 'Learn, Write, Check' page to reinforce the learning process. Teachers will know confidently that, by using these books, they will cover every word and every spelling pattern required for the 2014 curriculum.
Release on 2015-06 | by Collins Easy Learning,Sarah Lindsay,Rachel Grant
Author: Collins Easy Learning,Sarah Lindsay,Rachel Grant
Category: English language
Level: KS2 Subject: English An engaging Spelling activity book to really help boost your child's progress at every stage of their learning! Including helpful questions and answers, this English book provides reassurance whilst supporting your child's learning at home. Combining useful English practice with engaging, colourful illustrations, this Spelling practice book helps to boost your child's confidence and develop good learning habits for life. Each fun activity is designed to give your child a real sense of achievement. Included in this book: * questions that allow children to practise the important skills learned at school * colourful activities that make learning fun and motivate children to learn at home * helpful tips and answers so that you can support your child's learning
New Cambridge Advanced English is the revised and updated edition of the popular Cambridge Advanced English. The course has been completely redesigned in full colour and its stimulating reading and listening extracts have been supplemented with new reading and listening activities. The Student’s Book also contains exam-style exercises for the Cambridge CAE exam, and the Teacher’s Book contains clearly highlighted guidance to support these, as well as detailed lesson notes, answer key and transcripts of recorded material. When used in conjunction with CAE Practice Tests, New Cambridge Advanced English makes the ideal preparation for the CAE exam, and is especially suitable for mixed classes of exam candidates and non-candidates.
Customers who place a standing order for the Tests in Print series or the Mental Measurements Yearbook series will receive a 10% discount on every volume. To place your standing order, please call 1-800-848-6224 (in the U.S.) or 919-966-7449 (outside the U.S.). Designed to complement the Mental Measurements Yearbooks, Tests in Print fills a pressing need for a comprehensive bibliography of all commercially available English language tests in print. Although these volumes are useful in and of themselves, their maximum usefulness requires the availability and use of the Mental Measurements Yearbooks. Although information on available tests and specific test bibliographies is valuable, the greatest service which Tests in Print can perform is to encourage test users to choose tests more wisely by consulting the MMY test reviews, test reviews from journals, and the professional literature on the construction, use, and validity of the tests being considered. Tests in Print II contains invaluable reference work for all test users lists: 2,467 tests published as separates which were in print as of early 1974 16,574 references through 1971 on specific tests a cumulative name index for each test with references a reprinting of the 1974 APA-AERA-NCME Standards for Educational and Psychological Tests a directly of 493 test publishers with complete listings of their tests a title index which includes both in-print and out-of-print tests an analytical author index a scanning index for quickly locating tests designed for a particular population.
In The Age of Elizabeth in the Age of Johnson, Jack Lynch explores eighteenth-century British conceptions of the Renaissance, and the historical, intellectual, and cultural uses to which the past was put during the period. Scholars, editors, historians, religious thinkers, linguists, and literary critics of the period all defined themselves in relation to 'the last age' or 'the age of Elizabeth'. This interdisciplinary study will be of interest to cultural as well as literary historians of the eighteenth century.
Release on 2006-06-30 | by Dawn P. Flanagan,Samuel O. Ortiz,Vincent C. Alfonso,Jennifer T. Mascolo
A Guide to Learning Disability Identification
Author: Dawn P. Flanagan,Samuel O. Ortiz,Vincent C. Alfonso,Jennifer T. Mascolo
Pubpsher: John Wiley & Sons Incorporated
The Second Edition of this critically acclaimed reference features the most up-to-date versions of assessment instruments to measure individual achievement and learning disabilities. The authors' pragmatic approach offers practitioners an innovative, systematic assessment framework that applies Cattell-Horn-Carroll (CHC) cognitive theory and blends cognitive testing and Response-to-Intervention (RTI) methods into one seamless process for diagnosing learning disabilities. Replete with case studies, checklists, and worksheets, this reference assists practitioners in choosing appropriate tests, organizing comprehensive assessments, and interpreting results using a cross-battery approach. This reference concludes with fifteen appendices providing practitioners with a host of useful information and tools, including reproducible worksheets, conversion tables, and learning disability resources. Grounded in CHC theory and a cross-battery approach to assessment, this is an essential resource for school psychologists and other practitioners who need to assess learning disabilities.